If Million Dollar Arm is any indication, Jon Hamm doesn't need to be too worried about sustaining a post-Mad Men career. The film, based on the true story of a struggling sports agent who helped turned two Indian teens into Major League Baseball players, makes a compelling argument for the actor's leading-man abilities. We sat down with Jon in LA recently to talk about moving on from Don Draper and his ultimate "wish" for the character as Mad Men rolls out its final season. He also shared a childhood memory that helps explain why Million Dollar Arm, which hits theaters May 16, was such a fitting film for him to take on.
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