Raised in a very feminine surroundings, he's protected from 'those s***ty things dads accidentally do'.
January Jones has opened up about raising her son as a single mother, revealing that she feels bringing him up surrounded by women is having a positive effect on his life because he's protected from the incidental sexist comments that he may be subject to if he had a father.
January Jones talks about raising her son as a single mother
It might be a presumptious comment to make, but 'The Last Man on Earth' star thinks not having anyone to tell him that crying is for girls is going to make 5-year-old Xander Dane Jones a good man in the future. She explained about his female-heavy family in an interview with Red magazine, the cover on which she was featuring.
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January Jones is a woman of many talents, including, as her Instagram followers may know, an art form-esq bathing ritual and the perfect bathtub selfie. In her new column for The Violet Files, Jones holds court from her tub as Violet Grey's very own intrepid bath critic. Much like a research scientist or a restaurant reviewer, she'll examine new products each month and delivers her verdicts on the good, the bad, and the beautiful. - United States - Tuesday 25th October 2016
January Jones is a woman of many talents, including, as her Instagram followers may know, an art form-esq bathing ritual and the perfect bathtub selfie. In her new column for The Violet Files, Jones holds court from her tub as Violet Grey's very own intrepid bath critic. Much like a research scientist or a restaurant reviewer, she'll examine new products each month and delivers her verdicts on the good, the bad, and the beautiful. - United States - Sunday 1st December 2013
The main cast of upcoming thriller 'Good Kill' - Ethan Hawke, January Jones and Zoe Kravitz - arrive at the movie's screening at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in New York, alongside director and writer Andrew Niccol.
War is changing. The days of pilots getting involved in a conflict are gone, and now they have all but been replaced by drones which they pilot remotely. Major Thomas Egan (Ethan Hawke) is a trained pilot who joined the army in order to fly. He is aiming his drone at a known terrorist hideout, when he is given the confirmation to fire. As the missile is fired, a child who is playing gets into the way of the missile - too late for the shot to be aborted. Egan knows what he has done, and despite completing the mission, he believes he has failed. From that point on, he will be haunted by the thought of the "good kill".
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Will Forte's new comedy is shaping up real nice.
Mad Men actress January Jones has joined Will Forte's single-camer comedy series Last Man On Earth, at Fox. Jones will appear opposite star and creator Forte, as well as Mel Rodriguez, Kristen Schaal an Cleopatrea Coleman in the straight-to-series project.
January Jones will play a beautiful, intellient and athletic 'girl next door' type on 'The Last Man on Earth'
Last Man on Earth chronicles the life of an average guy (Forte) who discovers what life is like when nobody is telling you what you can, and cannot do. Oh, and he also happens to be humanity's last hope.
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As Venice Film Festival closes, Toronto takes the spotlight, complete with starry red carpets. Cameras catch Zac Efron filming in L.A. and the Criminal set in East London. There's also a glimpse of Lava and trailers for Night at the Museum 3 and Horrible Bosses 2...
The Venice Film Festival came to a close this week with a flurry of star-studded premieres and the glitzy awards ceremony. Al Pacino was on hand with his film Manglehorn, Owen Wilson premiered his new comedy She's Funny That Way, Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon walked the red carpet for 99 Homes, and Ethan Hawke and January Jones turned up for the screening of Good Kill.
The seventh and final season of 'Mad Men' premiered last night (2nd April) in Los Angeles and was attended by the whole cast - past and present.
The season 7 premiere of Mad Men was attended by the whole cast as they celebrated the final series of the long running drama.
Jon Hamm at the season 7 premiere of Mad Men.
The period drama which focusses on a New York advertising agency and executive Don Draper (Jon Hamm) has aired since 2007 but the network behind the hit show, AMC, announced last year the seventh series would be the last.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have reportedly called time on their relationship. No really.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have split, just weeks after the actor's brothers Chris Hemsworth and Luke Hemsworth staged an intervention with their young sibling, raising concerns about his engagement to the pop singer. Now, according to multiple sources who spoke with Us Weekly, the pair have ended their relationship and will no longer be tying the knot.
"They are definitely over," one insider close to the ex-lovebirds reveals this week. The pair met on the set of romantic drama The Last Song in 2009 and got engaged last summer when Hemsworth pulled out a 3.5-carat diamond ring for his wife to be. The split comes after months of tension between the pair, which culminated with Liam being spotted leaving the Chateau Marmont with Mad Men actress January Jones following a pre-Oscar party on February 23, 2013. Prior to that, the Hunger Games actor had regrouped with his family in Australia while rumors of a split swirled in Los Angeles.
Despite the reports, Miley, 20, shared a picture of herself on Twitter wearing what appears to be a wedding dress. The picture was taken the same day that she shot her new video - according to The Sun - therefore it could be for a wedding scene and not her actual dress.
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We don't really see what all the fuss is about...
Oh January Jones, how you hath incurred the wrath of the shallow media world today. January and her Mad Men co-stars arrived at the Paley Centre for Media’s screening of the new Mad men show on Tuesday wearing a denim jacket, leather trousers and a white, sheer, lacy blouse.
Look away now if you are fashion-sensitive: january Jones dares to meddle with material combinations
What were you thinking, January Jones!? Yes, it’s 2013. Yes, we are a more open-minded breed of people than those portrayed in the retro drama series in which you star. No, there aren’t ACTUALLY any rules about these things. But oh, how you have angered the media with your “confused” look, your carefree mixing of materials, your devil-may-care approach to making sure that you fit in with your co-stars. Frankly, we’re struggling to see the problem with January Jones’ outfit. In fact, we’d happily scour the high street shelves for hours in a vain attempt to copy the look.
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Among the many, many films that made their big (or not so much) debut at the Sundance film festival during the past week or so, one that stands out is Sweetwater – a Western with a twist, starring January Jones.
The actress, who is of course best known for her role as a desperate housewife on Mad Men, is making a big turn in her career with this film. In Sweetwater, she plays a former prostitute who is now out to avenge the death of her husband, by hunting down his killers one by one. Jones herself has spoken about the challenges of the role and the nude scenes in particular: "I'd just stopped nursing and I think modesty just kind of flies out the window sometimes when you're a mom, and I was like, whatever," she said of a particular scene, in which her character is bathing in a river, with her back turned to the camera. When a couple of men try to attack the seemingly vulnerable woman, she turns around and shoots them down.
"Also, that scene in particular when I read the script was so ... amusing to me, I couldn't not do it. I've never seen a scene like that in a movie when you think a woman is just swimming in a river and you realize she's using her sexuality to lure these men in and then turns around and blows them away. And that's pretty awesome.” Jones adds about the scene in question.
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