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'Mad Men' stars step out for girls' night reunion, more news

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 8: "Mad Men" alums Christina Hendricks, January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reunited over dinner this week and judging from the pics they all shared on social media afterwards, a good time was had by all. "Before there were even #goodgirls there were these #madwomen!" Christina, 46, captioned a shot of the three on Instagram. "Girls night," wrote January, 43, alongside a similar pic on her page. "Coulda sat there all night ladies, I missed you so. #SpritesReunite." Kiernan, 21, chimed in on her former on-screen mom's comment thread with, "I LOVE US," to which January replied, "same." The trio's award-winning show, which also starred Jon Hamm as Kiernan's TV dad, Don Draper, ended in 2015 after seven seasons. Asked if he'd want to return for a "Mad Men" reboot someday, Jon told ET last year that he's not a fan of the Hollywood trend. "I'm of the belief that when a story's told, it's probably done being told," he said at the time. "So I don't know, maybe there's another version of it out there somewhere, but I hope not."Keep reading for details on Scarlett Johansson's "Black Widow" lawsuit and more news ...

'MadWomen' Christina Hendricks, January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reunite for a 'Mad Men' girls' night

"Mad Men" alums Christina Hendricks, January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reunited over dinner this week and judging from the pics they all shared on social media afterwards, a good time was had by all. "Before there were even #goodgirls there were these #madwomen!" Christina, 46, captioned a shot of the three on Instagram. "Girls night," wrote January, 43, alongside a similar pic on her page. "Coulda sat there all night ladies, I missed you so. #SpritesReunite." Kiernan, 21, chimed in on her former on-screen mom's comment thread with, "I LOVE US," to which January replied, "same." The trio's award-winning show, which also starred Jon Hamm as Kiernan's TV dad, Don Draper, ended in 2015 after seven seasons. Asked if he'd want to return for a "Mad Men" reboot someday, Jon told ET last year that he's not a fan of the Hollywood trend. "I'm of the belief that when a story's told, it's probably done being told," he said at the time. "So I don't know, maybe there's another version of it out there somewhere, but I hope not."

Keep reading for details on Scarlett Johansson's "Black Widow" lawsuit and more news ...

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