‘Maggie Moore(s)’ Trailer: Jon Hamm Tries To Solve A Weird Double Murder In John Slattery’s Crime Film

If you’re a Mad Men fan, chances are you love the pairing of Jon Hamm and John Slattery. The duo took that partnership over to last year’s vastly underrated comedy, Confess, Fletch, and now they’re reunited again in the new crime film, Maggie Moore(s).

Slattery produces and directs Maggie Moore(s), which finds Hamm as a small-town police chief investigating the murders of two women with the same name just days apart. To solve the case, he’ll have to wade through the typical assortment of potential suspects; including contract killers, nosy neighbors, and cheating husbands.

The cast is pretty solid for this one, too, with Tina Fey, Nick Mohammed, Micah Stock, and Mary Holland co-starring. Veteran screenwriter Paul Bernbaum wrote the script.

Maggie Moore(s) will have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, then open in theaters and VOD on June 16th.

When two women with the same name are murdered days apart, small-town police chief Jordan Sanders (Hamm) finds himself wading through an unlikely collection of cheating husbands, lonely hearts, nosy neighbors and contract killers in an effort to put the pieces of the case, and his life, together. The film is inspired by actual events.


Travis Hopson
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