I’ve added HQ scans that were missing from the gallery – Carey covering October’s edition of Vogue, April’s Interview and May’s Flair. Enjoy!
Thanks to Emma in the comments for alerting us to a gorgeous photo of Carey auditioning for the role of Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby. You can read the accompanying article right here.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited 135 filmmakers and executives — including such recent Oscar nominees and winners as Vera Farmiga, Anna Kendrick, Mo’Nique, Carey Mulligan, Jeremy Renner, Gabourey Sidibe and Christoph Waltz — to join its ranks
New members will be welcomed into the Academy at an invitation-only reception at the Academy’s Fairbanks Center for Motion Picture Study in Beverly Hills in September. The 2010 invitees follow:
Tobin Bell — “Saw,” “The Firm”
Vera Farmiga — “Up in the Air,” “The Departed”
Miguel Ferrer — “Traffic,” “RoboCop”
James Gandolfini — “In the Loop,” “Get Shorty”
Anna Kendrick — “Up in the Air,” “Twilight”
Mo’Nique — “Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire,” “Phat Girlz”
Carey Mulligan — “An Education,” “Public Enemies”
Jeremy Renner — “The Hurt Locker,” “28 Weeks Later”
Ryan Reynolds — “The Proposal,” “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”
LaTanya Richardson Jackson — “Mother and Child,” “Losing Isaiah”
Peter Riegert — “Traffic,” “Crossing Delancey”
Sam Robards — “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” “American Beauty”
Saoirse Ronan — “The Lovely Bones,” “Atonement”
Zoe Saldana — “Avatar,” “Star Trek”
Adam Sandler — “Funny People,” “Punch-Drunk Love”
Peter Sarsgaard — “An Education,” “Boys Don’t Cry”
Gabourey Sidibe — “Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire”
Shaun Toub — “Iron Man,” “The Kite Runner”
Christoph Waltz — “Inglourious Basterds”
George Wyner — “A Serious Man,” “American Pie 2″
I’ve added 12 more outtakes from Session 029 to the gallery, better late than never! Enjoy
In February, Conde Nast announced iPad versions of five of its titles were being prepped, but Vogue and W weren’t among the initial group. Interview, however, is taking the plunge. Back in February, a video demo of their iPad app circulated, showing the photography and text of the magazine intermixed with video and audio content.
On April 3 in conjunction with the iPad launch, Interview will debut its April 2010 “iPad Issue” with a digital version designed specifically for the gadget. The application, which promises 330 screens of images and text (think the Jersey Shore editorial with Bar Refaeli by Terry Richardson and features on Ke$ha, Kellen Lutz, Justin Beiber), plus 20 minutes of video and audio content (including a Bruce Weber video), will be available on the iTunes iPad store for a special edition price of 99 cents. It precedes the print version by over a week — the April issue won’t hit newsstands until the week of April 12.
Carey has been nominated for Best Female Breakout Star at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards! You can vote by going here.
The 2010 MTV Movie Awards will are LIVE Sunday June 6th at 9pm/8pm central time on MTV.
Carey is scheduled to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live for Thursday, April 1st between 12:05-1:05 a.m., ET.
Thanks to our Twitter followers for the heads up!
Emma Thompson was on a red carpet yesterday talking about the remake of My Fair Lady that she’s written, and she said, “I think Carey is set to play it.”
Well, that’s nice. [Laughs]
Well, that’s hugely flattering. That would be great. I really don’t know, at this point, what’s happening with that. That’s lovely that Emma said that, that’s really nice, but honestly, I don’t know.
What about Effie?
I actually don’t know what’s happening with that. I read that script about two years ago, and that’s another sort of difficult, independent British film. It’s hard to get made. I don’t know if that film’s going, but yeah, I was attached to that.
There’s been chatter that you might star in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo for David Fincher.
I would LOVE to do that. I’m not even gonna lie! I would love…not that I was lying before, but yeah, I would love to do that. That would be insane. I’m obsessed with those books, as everyone else is, but no, I haven’t had a phone call. That would be awesome, I would love to play that part, but that hasn’t come to me.
(You can read the rest of the interview here.)