On Sunday (07 June) were the 69th Annual Tony Awards, where Carey Mulligan was nominated for her role in “Skylight”. Unfortunately the main accolade went to Helen Mirren, but Carey certainly wowed on the red carpet in a gorgeous oxblood dress by Balenciaga. High-quality images are now up in the gallery.
A new, full-length trailer for Carey’s upcoming film “Suffragette” has just been released online today. Watch it in full below:
Last night was the 60th Annual Drama Desk Awards, and Carey was nominated for Outstanding Actress, for her role as schoolteacher Kyra Hollis in Broadway play “Skylight”. Unfortunately she did not win the award (congratulations to Helen Mirren who won for her work in “The Audience”), but she did look lovely in a structure navy shift dress. 38 high-quality images are now available to view in the gallery.
As it is the lovely Carey Mulligan’s 30th birthday today, I felt that I should update the site with some nice additional high-quality stills and on set images from her latest film “Far From the Madding Crowd”. There are also a lot of replacement images for the original smaller images. Enjoy!
On behalf of the site and the fans, I would like to wish Carey Mulligan a very happy 30th birthday today. I hope she has a fantastic day with her loved ones, and we all look forward to seeing her projects in the upcoming year.
Yesterday was the 81st Annual Drama League Awards Ceremony and Luncheon, and Carey Mulligan was in attendance with her “Skylight” co-stars Bill Nighy and Matthew Beard, along with director Stephen Daldry. High-quality images from the event are now up in the gallery.
On May 05 the annual Costume Benefit Gala was held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, where the theme was “China: Through The Looking Glass”. Carey made her second appearance at the event, looking lovely in a black Balenciaga dress. 19 high-quality pictures are now up in the gallery, with thanks to Luciana for her donations.
Their faces grace the covers of national magazines, and heads turn when they walk down the street.
But this season, they threw themselves into revivals of two highly regarded plays, he as the physically afflicted title character in “The Elephant Man,” by Bernard Pomerance, and she as a schoolteacher in “Skylight,” by David Hare.
Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan, both Oscar-nominated film stars, are now both Tony Award nominees and are embracing the stage, even as they continue to manage Hollywood careers. “The Elephant Man,” which closed on Broadway in February at the end of a limited run, is transferring to London this summer; “Skylight,” which ran in London last year, is scheduled to play until June 21 in New York.
The two have never worked together, although they have had a number of cinematic near-misses: He auditioned, unsuccessfully, to portray her husband in “The Great Gatsby,” while she sought, also unsuccessfully, a role in “Silver Linings Playbook.” Ultimately, as show business would have it, they met through a shared publicist and have since become friends.