Past Perfect: Christina Hendricks on Los Angeles Times Magazine

As said some days ago, Christina Hendricks is featured in the July issue of the Los Angeles Times Magazine (out tomorrow, July 4). Today I’ve added in the gallery an higher-res of the cover and some gorgeous pictures from the photoshoot.

Plus, on you can find the interview. Enjoy!

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Christina Hendricks Attends Brooks Brothers and Social Primer Bow Tie Launch

Christina Hendricks, along with Mad Men co-star Rich Sommer attended the Brooks Brothers and Social Primer Bow Tie Launch on June 02. Christina work a white knee length dress along with some very hot brown boots. Check out the exclusive high quality images in the gallery thanks to Jon Hamm Source.

Public Appearances > Appearances from 2010 > June 2: Brooks Brothers and Social Primer Bow Tie Launch

Sam Page on Christina Hendricks: “She’s amazing to work with”

Sam Page, who plays Joan Holloway’s husband, Greg Harris, talks in a Q&A session on the official site about the toughest scene he had on Mad Men and how it is working with Christina Hendricks.

Q: Isn’t everyone jealous that you’re the guy who marries Joan?
A: Whenever I meet someone I don’t know, they always give me that evil look like, “You’re not a nice guy.” But then everyone says, “Wow, but you do get to work with Christina.” That’s pretty fun, and she’s amazing to work with.

Q: That scene in which you sexually assault Joan.
A: That was in my second episode. I didn’t know that was coming up when I was cast. And then the next episode, as they were bringing me back, I ended up running into [writer] Robin Veith out somewhere, and she told me not to be upset about “what we make you do,” and I said, “Okay, I’m just happy to be back.” So I got the table read early, and I looked at a script and was paging through it, and my jaw hit the floor. It was not what I expected to be coming.

Q: How difficult was that scene for you?
A: Christina was so generous with the off-camera preparation and she couldn’t have been more helpful and understanding. For me, it was my second day on set on a show I’m a huge fan of, so she made it incredibly easy.

Christina Hendricks on cover of LA Times Magazine

Christina Hendricks will be featured in the July issue of Los Angeles Times Magazine.

In the interview, Christina talks about her new movie, Life as we know it (out this fall), returning to the small screen on July 25th with season 4 of Mad Men and being immortalized as a Barbie doll next month.

She also talks about her passion for music, broadening the definition of beauty in the fashion world and when she became a redhead.

“Mad Men” Season 4 – New Trailer

Christina Hendricks Covers Health: Joan Holloway Would “Crush Me Like a Bug”

Christina Hendricks shares in an interview with Health magazine (out this month) how she feels about her role as unofficial spokesmodel for voluptuous beauty.

Here are the highlights:

On having a healthy body image: “I guess my mom raised me right. She was very celebratory of her body. I never heard her once say, ‘I feel fat.’ Back when I was modeling, the first time I went to Italy I was having cappuccinos every day, and I gained 15 pounds. And I felt gorgeous! I would take my clothes off in front of the mirror and be like, ‘Oh, I look like a woman.’ And I felt beautiful, and I never tried to lose it, ’cause I loved it.”

On staying motivated to be healthy: “I was a dancer until I was 19. I never had to worry about working out or what I ate. So I’ve really had to train myself to get down to the gym. But what surprised me was that my husband said [the other day], ‘I’m going down to work out,’ and I was like, ‘Oh, I wish I was going.’ And I was like, ‘Ooh! I can’t believe I just said that!’ I’d had a busy week working 16-hour days, and I didn’t get to work out, and I missed it. My friends will read this and be like, ‘No you didn’t.’ But it’s true!”

On Christina‘s fitness regimen and her food vices:

On her workout routine: “I get kind of bored on the treadmill, but I do it. And I do a little bit of weight training. I’m really into the BOSU ball. You have to balance on it, and I do weights and squats on it. I’m pretty good at it, I feel sort of like a Karate Kid . . . I read magazines, and I’ll try [the exercises]. It’s something different, and, often, you don’t need equipment. If I get any private time in my trailer, all of a sudden I’m doing sit-ups and push-ups.”

On her food vices: “I like salty, creamy foods. I could sit down with a bag of chips and French onion dip and go to town! That would be on my last-supper list. But I discovered that dry French onion soup mix in nonfat yogurt tastes just as good. It really does!”

On the constant attention: “I made the grave mistake after one awards show of reading comments online about what I wore, and I was like,’Oh my God, people are so mean!’ I still remember all those negative comments, despite all the wonderful positivity. That’s why we’re all in therapy! [We remember] the 10 bad things that happen to us instead of the 100 nice ones.”

Check out the latest issue of Health to learn more!

‘The Rules of Mad Men’ with commentary from the cast and Matthew Weiner

New video for Mad Men! Though it’s not a proper promo with new footage yet, it is a fun clip of Mad Men moments and the rules the characters live by. Creator Matthew Weiner steps in for some commentary, as do most of the stars in full costume. Weiner gives a few tidbits of what to expect in season four. Enjoy!

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