After all that kerfluffle this week, Matthew Weiner and AMC/Lionsgate resolved their iss
ues. As the Post’s Lisa de Moraes reports “Mad Men” will return for two more seasons and possibly a third. Weiner has signed a long-term contract that, as AMC’s statement notes, extends into a “possible seventh season.” Entertainment Weekly points out that the cast has not signed on for a seventh season yet, but if Weiner is on board, that seems like a likely outcome. It also appears no cast members will be cut from the line-up, but eleven of next season’s 13 episodes will end at the 45-minute mark. The additional two minutes from those episodes will be viewable on demand and on DVD via extended versions dubbed “Mad Men: The Final Cut.” We’ll get to see season five beginning a year from now, in March of 2012.
When Lindsay Lohan fell down while out on the town Wednesday in New York, she was not drunk. The actress says she’s just klutzy. Just so we’re all clear. (People)
Lady Gaga reportedly had to toss a drunken Adam Lambert out of her birthday party earlier this week. Among other things, he allegedly punched a hole in the ceiling at L.A.’s La Cita restaurant and tried to smear cake on Gaga’s face. (Us)
Snoop Dogg says that Queen Elizabeth asked him to write the song “Wet” for Prince William’s stag party. This is hard to believe on about 800 levels, but Snoop said it on television to George Lopez. Would the Dogg tell a lie? (Popeater)
Chloe Moretz gets a dark gig and a buzzy documentary from 2010 spawns its own TV series. Read all about it after the jump.
Musical episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” earns mixed reviews. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Chloe Moretz has joined the cast of Tim Burton’s “Dark Shadows” adaptation. She’ll play Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, daughter of Michelle Pfeiffer’s character. (Vulture)
Michael Buble married his fiance Luisana Lopilato Thursday in Argentina. (Contactmusic.com)