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On November 30, Carey Mulligan attended the 60th London Evening Standard Theatre Awards, where her play Skylight won the award for Best Revival. Congratulations to the cast and crew! HQ images from the event, and also from the Hennessy Gold Cup Race Day which took place the day before, are now up in the gallery. Thanks to Lindsey for her donations!

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On Tuesday (November 4), Carey attended Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year, where she received the Bazaar Inspiration award. HQ images from the event have been added to the gallery, thanks to our dear friend Lindsey.

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On Sunday night, Carey’s 2013 film The Great Gatsby was awarded two awards at the 86th Academy Awards, for Best Achievement in Costume Design (Catherine Martin) and Best Achievement in Production Design (Catherine Martin and Beverley Dunn).

The Great Gatsby triumphed over fellow nominees American Hustle, The Grandmaster, The Invisible Woman and Best Picture winner 12 Years a Slave for Best Costume Design, turning Martin into the most successful Australian in Oscars history.

Martin spoke to ABC before the ceremony and praised the nominations for The Great Gatsby team: “Along with the AACTA awards, it marks a great shift, I think, for our industry in recognising that we can make any story in [Australia].” Catherine Martin now has four Oscars after previously winning for her work on Moulin Rouge!, also directed by her husband Baz Luhrmann.

Baz Luhrmann’s blockbuster The Great Gatsby has led the nominations for the 3rd annual AACTA Awards with 14 nods, closely followed by Kim Mordaunt’s independent film The Rocket

The two are vastly different Australian features. The Great Gatsby is a razzle-dazzle adaptation of an American classic novel, while The Rocket, which earned 12 nominations, is a low-budget, foreign-language feature, filmed entirely in Laos with a lead actor plucked from the streets.

The two features are also up for Best Film alongside Dead Europe, Mystery Road, Satellite Boy and The Turning.

You can read the full list of nominations here. The 3rd annual AACTA Awards ceremony will be held on January 30, 2014

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The Coen brothers’ Cannes Grand Prix-winning Inside Llewyn Davis picked up another award ahead of the coming Oscars season with victory in the best feature category at the Gotham independent film awards.

The Coens’ poignant and elliptical vision of New York’s 1960s folk scene, which stars Carey Mulligan, Oscar Isaac and John Goodman, was a fitting winner for a festival that began life as a celebration of indie film-making in America’s north east. The Coens will be hoping the film helps add to their collection of four Oscars next March.

The Gotham awards are not generally seen as an accurate bellwether for Oscars success, though two of last year’s winners (Moonrise Kingdom and Beasts of the Southern Wild) were nominated for prizes by the Academy.

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Carey has appeared in Empire’s 100 Sexiest Movie Stars poll, coming in at #27. Here’s what they have to say about her:

#27 CAREY MULLIGAN
We may have spotted her in TV’s Bleak House or Trial & Retribution, or even as Kitty in Joe Wright’s Pride & Prejudice. But we can pinpoint the moment we all fell for Carey Mulligan thanks to two words: Sally Sparrow. Her appearance in the time-twisting Doctor Who episode Blink cemented her appeal, and she’s built from there with beautiful work in Public Enemies, Drive and The Great Gatsby.

SEXIEST ROLE
An Education saw her Oscar nominated as defiant schoolgirl Jenny Mellor in a role that seemed made for her. But there’s also her troubled chanteuse in Shame

STROKE OF CHARM
Joining Stephen Colbert’s book club. It’s Gif-tastic.

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The Great Gatsby has received 3 nominations at the Teen Choice Awards, including a nomination for Carey as Choice Movie Actress! The winners will be announced during the ceremony to be held on August 11th, and the ceremony will be broadcast live on Fox, at 8-10pm.

Choice Movie: Drama
Argo
Les Miserables
The Great Gatsby
The Impossible
The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Choice Movie Actor: Drama
Ben Affleck, “Argo
Bradley Cooper, “The Words
Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Great Gatsby
Hugh Jackman, “Les Miserables
Logan Lerman, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Choice Movie Actress: Drama
Halle Berry, “The Call
Anne Hathaway, “Les Miserables
Carey Mulligan, “The Great Gatsby
Emma Watson, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Naomi Watts, “The Impossible

Carey Mulligan, Kevin Spacey and Philip Seymour Hoffman are among the Hollywood stars who have been nominated for Drama Desk Awards in recognition of their New York stage performances.

Mulligan’s turn in Through a Glass Darkly has landed her in the Outstanding Actress category, which also includes fellow Brit Joely Richardson (Side Effects).

In the running for Outstanding Actor, Spacey (Richard III) and Seymour Hoffman (Death of a Salesman) face competition from the likes of James Corden (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Hugh Dancy (Venus in Fur).

Pop star Ricky Martin has nabbed a nod for Outstanding Actor In A Musical for Evita, which is also up for the Outstanding Musical Revival crown.

The 57th annual Drama Desk Awards look set to be a big night for Broadway production Follies and the off-Broadway show Death Takes a Holiday – both landed 10 nominations each.

The trophies will be presented during a ceremony at The Town Hall in New York City on 3 June (12).

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