Christina Hendricks


Ex Machina

Dredd penman Alex Garland directs from his own script in this Sci-Fi drama starring Oscar Isaac and Domhall Gleeson. A story of seduction and deceit involving a young programmer, a scientific icon and his creation, a breathtaking female artificial intelligence. 108 min. Rated R.

The Longest Ride

From the ink of Nicholas Sparks, the romantic drama unfolds between two complete different time periods. An unlikely couple save an old man’s life and unlock lost love as they traverse back in time. 139 min. Rated PG-13.

Lost River

Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut comes a story of a single mother trying to protect her son from a dark underworld. Christina Hendricks stars alongside Ben Mendelsohn and Eva Mendes. 95 min. Rated R.



Christina Hendricks to join ‘Dark Places’

by Lindsey Hopton on August 23, 2013

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Sure to drive everyone wild, Christina Hendricks plans to join Dark Places, a film-adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s best-seller. Hendricks’ part in the upcoming thriller is a far-cry from the chic office manager she plays on Mad Men, but will no doubt gather attention. Hendricks plays Krissi, a working stripper, struggling with a dark secret that could be trouble for Libby Day (Charlize Theron) and her brother behind bars, Ben (Corey Stoll).

In a haze of rural America and Satanic cults, Dark Places could be a hub for multiple nominations, but possibly another for already emmy-nominated Hendricks for her re-occuring role in Mad Men. Before Dark Places hits theaters, Hendricks can be seen in How to Catch a Monster, written and directed by Ryan Gosling, and In God’s Pocket, directed by Mad Men co-star, John Slattery.