Former First Lady Hillary Clinton is getting the biopic treatment with the film Rodham, which will follow the politician during her college days — and while dating Bill, of course. The film already has a script and a director, but it's still in early production, and obviously, the biggest question is who will play Hillary. Now, British actress Carey Mulligan is reportedly the front-runner for the role, but there are a few other actresses in the game as well, so let's speculate about who should play her. Click through to vote on whether or not you can see each actress as Hillary Clinton.
Summer is just getting started, and already Leonardo DiCaprio has packed plenty of traveling, parties, and premieres into the past few weeks. He kicked things off with the NYC premiere of The Great Gatsby and later traveled to Cannes to party at nightclubs, take a boat trip with rumored new girlfriend Toni Garrn, and hang out with pal Cameron Diaz in Monaco. Once he wrapped up things on the French Riviera, Leo headed to Venice to celebrate the Venice Biennale, a major art exhibition that kicked off last week. Now, Leo has popped up in Paris, where he stopped to watch the French Open last Sunday and for a second time today with his friend Lukas Haas. Click through to see the Champagne-sipping, shirtless-lounging party pics from Leo's wild few weeks!
Ever wonder why some bangs look great on one person but not so great on another? The answer may have a lot to do with your face shape. We break down which bang styles look best on which face shapes so you can avoid a future fringe faux pas. On Maria: Mackage vest, Aritzia shirt.
English actress Carey Mulligan has perfected a retro beauty look throughout her career. She made her acting debut as Kitty in Pride & Prejudice back in 2005, and she became a household name when she was nominated for an Oscar for her role in An Education in 2009. Most recently, she's been making headlines as Daisy Buchanan in this year's The Great Gatsby. From her start on the red carpet to now, one thing has stayed the same: her glowing complexion and her penchant for the pixie. We're celebrating her 28th birthday today with a look back at some of her most memorable beauty moments.
Today is Carey Mulligan's 28th birthday! Though we first fell in love with her in the 2005 adaptation of Pride & Prejudice, it's her ravishing red carpet style that has us on constant Carey watch. Donning everything from simple silhouettes adorned with subtle jewels to high-shine confections twinkling with enchantment, we are consciously under this British beauty's style spell, and we have no plan of ever coming out. While promoting her latest film, The Great Gatsby, Carey Mulligan has been on a chic streak, showcasing dashing designs from Lanvin, Prada, and Victoria Beckham, just to name a few. Today the actress turns 28 — what better way to celebrate than with a style tribute to the leading lady's effortless elegance? Just click through for a look at her most dazzling looks to date.
The Great Gatsby's Cannes Film Festival premiere drew out glamour of the A-list variety. Carey Mulligan, Nicole Kidman, and Julianne Moore all stunned in Dior, while Isla Fisher dazzled in a fiery Oscar de la Renta and Freida Pinto wowed in pink Gucci. But the fashion fun doesn't stop there. The film's NYC premiere and special pre-Met Ball screening also proved glamorous evenings, with the style crowd in full attendance. See every single outfit from the Cannes premiere, plus the rest of the red carpet looks from all of The Great Gatsby's red carpet events right here.
— Additional reporting by Melody Nazarian and Hannah Weil
It's been a star-studded week in France with celebrities flocking to the Cannes Film Festival since it kicked off last Wednesday. Between red carpets, photocalls, parties, and yachting, there have been plenty of memorable snaps — including lots of adorable couples at Cannes. Sometimes just the pictures can't capture the moment, though, so we've rounded up our favorite GIFs from the festival! How funny are Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan primping on the red carpet? For more great GIFs from Cannes, including Matt Damon's sly phone check and Carey Mulligan's crack-up, just read more
Nina Ricci-clad Carey Mulligan wielded an umbrella to premiere The Great Gatsby in rainy Sydney today. She had the help of costars Tobey Maguire and Joel Edgerton and director Baz Luhrmann to debut the film Down Under while Joel Madden, who is currently a judge on the Oz version of The Voice, was also in attendance. Last night wasn't the first time the Gatsby crew donned umbrellas as accessories since their Cannes premiere last week got rained on as well.
Mr. Gatsby himself, Leonardo DiCaprio, didn't make it to the latest press stop since he's still in Cannes unwinding. After wrapping his work duties, he let loose flirting in a Cannes nightclub over the weekend and later hit the water to take part in the yacht scene. Isla Fisher also missed out on the premiere in her native Australia since she debuted her other project Now You See Me in NYC last night.
A Marchesa-clad Jessica Biel joined her husband, Justin Timberlake, at his Inside Llewyn Davis premiere in Cannes this evening. The pair showed PDA as Justin wrapped his arms around his wife while walking the carpet. The film's leading lady, Carey Mulligan, who wore a stunning Vionnet number for the big event, accompanied Justin and Jessica. Tonight's red carpet was a couple's affair as L'Wren Scott-clad Nicole Kidman was accompanied by doting husband, Keith Urban, and Kirsten Dunst, who wore a Michael van der Ham gown, stepped out in support of boyfriend Garrett Hedlund, who stars alongside Justin and Carey in the film.
Jessica popped up in Cannes after making a fashionable stop in Monaco. She took a front row seat at Dior's runway show along with Marion Cotillard yesterday. Her husband has kept equally busy since he attended the photocall and press conference for his Inside Llewyn Davis alongside Carey and his crew this morning and also showed support for Spinning Gold on the festival's opening day last week.
Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, Garrett Hedlund, and Oscar Isaac joined forces today at the Cannes Film Festival to promote their new Coen brothers film, Inside Llewyn Davis. The movie, which follows Oscar's character as a fictionalized, struggling folk singer in the 1960s, was one of the most anticipated of the day.
After a photocall by the beach, the cast and directors gave a press conference, where they talked about the familial bond they shared on the set and the vital role that music plays in the telling of the story. Here are some highlights:
Justin on his connection to the movie's music: "As far as singing in the movie, obviously on the surface, it’s a different style from the music I make in real life. But listen, man, I grew up in Tennessee. Home of the blues, birthplace of rock and roll. . . . My grandfather [had] an old Gibson guitar — he taught me how to fingerpick. So it felt warm and fuzzy to me to be in this movie."
Carey on singing on screen: “I’m very nervous about singing in front of people. We had a week before we started shooting where we worked — what did we do? We all met up, and T-Bone produced the music and decided . . . what everyone’s voice was going to sound like.”
Oscar on the importance of music in creating character: "For everybody, the songs were what really showed you their inner life and their taste, their point of view. I saw it almost as much as a rehearsal for the personhood as the music.”
Justin on making it as a musician: “There is sort of the Malcolm Gladwell 10,000 hours theory about how you can’t consider yourself an expert at anything until you’ve kind of had 10,000 hours at it. I agree with practice. There's many people that spend that much time and somehow never get heard. You meet so many talented people along the way who for some reason or another don’t get heard."