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Elisabeth Moss Books Movie Role; Jon Hamm Helps the White House Fight Sexual Assault

Joan-episode4-325.jpgThis week, Elisabeth Moss books a new movie, while Jon Hamm helps the White House fight sexual assault. Plus, The Hollywood Reporter features Vivienne Westwood and her muse, Christina Hendricks. Read on for more:

Deadline reports that Elisabeth Moss has joined the cast of Truth, a movie starring Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett.

• The Associated Press reports that Jon Hamm is among of the list of celebrities enlisted by the White House to help fight sexual assault on college campuses.

The Hollywood Reporter‘s list of Hollywood’s top 25 red carpet designers features photos of designer Vivienne Westwood with her muse, Christina Hendricks — who lauds Westwood’s “dichotomy of tradition and being active and always moving forward.”

People names Kiernan Shipka in its best-dressed list, remarking that the 14-year-old “runs circles around many stars twice her age on the red carpet, leaning towards polished, pretty pieces with impeccable tailoring.”

Deadline reports that the North American rights to Preservation, a movie starring Aaron Staton, have been acquired by The Orchard.

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