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It seems every few days there’s a new name rumored to portray Hillary Clinton in the biopic “Rodham,” including Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, and Amanda Seyfried. Now a new name has emerged as the front-runner to play the former First lady and it’s none other than Miss Daisy Buchanan.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Carey Mulligan is now the producers’ top choice and will soon… Continue reading Carey Mulligan as Hillary Clinton? Actress Is Now Front-Runner to Play Former First Lady

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12/21/2012 at 06:00 PM ET

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We all know Tabatha Coffey, Bravo’s sharp-tongued Aussie style pro, from her stint on Shear Genius and her latest hit, Tabatha Takes Over. And now, she’s bringing her talents online, joining us at PEOPLE StyleWatch once weekly to dish on some of the best – and worst – celebrity looks

Power Summit took place at USC with Rosario Dawson and her non profit, Voto Latino. The Voto Latino Power Summit brought together 300 young Latino leaders from around the country to educate, engage and empower them with the tools to create positive change in their communities.… Continue reading Carey Mulligan Getting Married This Weekend!

Seeing Double: Carey Mulligan Tries the Same Dress Twice

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Recycling is chic, but is recycling a red carpet dress a fashion faux pas? Carey Mulligan may be pondering that question today after she wore Roland Mouret’s “Carstone” berry red jersey dress twice in a span of two weeks.

The Shame star first stepped out in the girly frock on Jan. 6 during a party in Los Angeles, pairing the… Continue reading Seeing Double: Carey Mulligan Tries the Same Dress Twice

October 20, 2011

Carey Mulligan is set to appear opposite Oscar Isaac in the next film from Joel and Ethan Coen, Variety reports.

The project, Inside Llewyn Davis, is based on the life of musician Dave van Ronk, part of the folk music scene that hit Greenwich Village in the 1960’s. The script is said to be based in part on van Ronk’s memoir