Jon Hamm Has Hot-Man Sadness Describing Being Ignored on the Set of Marjorie Prime
In Marjorie Prime, Jon Hamm plays a hologram. More specifically, an ethereal, younger manifestation of a woman’s deceased husband. Relish in his sadness as he describes being ignored for what had to have been the first time in his life.
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