Creator of the show Matthew Weiner and his wife Linda Brettler pose at the premiere for the seventh season of the television series "Mad Men" in Los Angeles, California in this file photo taken April 2, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files
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As the creator of "Mad Men," AMC Networks' period TV drama and its brooding, dysfunctional ad man Don Draper, Matthew Weiner has had some experience in exploring the male psyche.Q: What did you want to explore about the "bromance" through two childhood friends in "You Are Here"?A: They think they're in a stoner comedy together, and then all of a sudden you realize Owen's character has a substance abuse problem and Zach's character is mentally ill. Q: Why choose comedy staples Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis and Amy Poehler for this much darker take on life?Q: How do you feel about "Mad Men" nominated for four Emmys next week, including best drama again?Would you explore L.A.'s history in future projects?Los Angeles to me, the best version of it is "Chinatown".
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