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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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The London Film Critics’ Circle Awards were held tonight, and Carey attended with Shame co-star Michael Fassbender, looking gorgeous in a red Roland Mouret dress and some colour-clashing blue YSL shoes. Unfortunately, Carey did not win the award she was nominated for, but Michael did take home the British Actor of the Year award for Shame and A Dangerous Method, so congratulations to him! Pictures from the red carpet have been added to the gallery – enjoy!

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Public Appearances > 2012 > Jan 19 | London Film Critics’ Circle Awards

Controversial movie Shame and redemption drama Tyrannosaur are set for glory at the Evening Standard British Film Awards after picking up four nominations each.

Steve McQueen’s story about a sex addict is up for Best Film, Best Actor for Michael Fassbender, Best Actress for Carey Mulligan, and the Technical Achievement award.

It’s a double delight for Fassbender, who receives a second Best Actor nod for his role in Jane Eyre, alongside fellow nominees Kenneth Branagh (My Week With Marilyn), Gary Oldman (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Peter Mullan (Tyrannosaur), Brendan Gleeson (The Guard), and Tom Hiddleston (Archipelago).

In the Best Actress category, Mulligan will compete with Vanessa Redgrave for her role in Coriolanus, Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin), Rachel Weisz (The Deep Blue Sea), Samantha Morton (The Messenger), and Olivia Colman (Tyrannosaur).

The 2012 Evening Standard British Film Awards will be presented at a ceremony in London on 6 February.

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The lovely Carey Mulligan has been nominated for a BAFTA! She is nominated for Supporting Actress for her role of Irene in Drive, though some sources are saying it’s for her role in Shame.

Supporting Actress

Carey Mulligan – Drive
Jessica Chastain – The Help
Judi Dench – My Week With Marilyn
Melissa McCarthy – Bridesmaids
Octavia Spencer – The Help

Shame has been nominated for Outstanding British Film and Leading Actor (Michael Fassbender), whilst Drive has been nominated for Best Film and Director (Nicholas Winding Refn). Congraulations and best of luck to everyone involved with both films! The results will be announced on February 12 at the Royal Opera House in London.

Last night, Carey attended the National Board of Review Awards Gala, looking lovely in a pale pink dress. She decided to keep a low-profile and skipped the red carpet, but I have found a handful of pictures of her posing with Shame co-star Michael Fassbender and Never Let Me Go/Pride & Prejudice co-star Keira Knightley. Enjoy!

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Public Appearances > 2012 > Jan 10 | National Board of Review Awards Gala

The BAFTA Long List has just been released, and the lovely Ms. Mulligan has been listed twice! She is a potential nominee for both Leading Actress for her performance in Shame, and Supporting Actress for her role in Drive. The final list of nominees will be announced on January 17, with the awards ceremony itself being held on February 12.

Leading Actress
Bérénice Bejo (Peppy Miller) – The Artist
Carey Mulligan (Sissy) – Shame
Charlize Theron (Mavis Gary) – Young Adult
Emma Stone (Skeeter Phelan) – The Help
Helen Mirren (Rachel Singer) – The Debt
Jodie Foster (Penelope Longstreet) – Carnage
Kate Winslet (Nancy Cowan) – Carnage
Kristen Wiig (Annie) – Bridesmaids
Meryl Streep (Margaret Thatcher) – The Iron Lady
Mia Wasikowska (Jane Eyre) – Jane Eyre
Michelle Williams (Marilyn Monroe) – My Week with Marilyn
Olivia Colman (Hannah) – Tyrannosaur
Rooney Mara (Lisbeth Salander) – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Tilda Swinton (Eva) – We Need to Talk About Kevin
Viola Davis (Aibileen Clark) – The Help

Supporting Actress
Alexandra Roach (Young Margaret Thatcher) – The Iron Lady
Bryce Dallas Howard (Hilly Holbrook) – The Help
Carey Mulligan (Irene) – Drive
Emily Watson (Rosie Narracott) – War Horse
Evan Rachel Wood (Molly Steams) – The Ides of March
Jessica Chastain (Celia Foote) – The Help
Orange British Academy Film Awards in 2012 – Longlist Page 5
Judi Dench (Dame Sybil Thorndike) – My Week with Marilyn
Kathy Bates (Gertrude Stein) – Midnight in Paris
Kathy Burke (Connie Sachs) – Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Marion Cotillard (Adriana) – Midnight in Paris
Melissa McCarthy (Megan) – Bridesmaids
Octavia Spencer (Minny Jackson) – The Help
Olivia Colman (Carol Thatcher) – The Iron Lady
Shailene Woodley (Alexandra King) – The Descendants
Zoe Wanamaker (Paula Strasberg) – My Week with Marilyn

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The nominations for the 32nd London Critics’ Circle Film Awards have been announced, and Carey has been nominated for British Actress of the Year for her works in Drive and Shame.

BRITISH ACTRESS OF THE YEAR

Olivia Colman – The Iron Lady (Fox/Pathé), Tyrannosaur (StudioCanal)
Carey Mulligan – Drive (Icon), Shame (Momentum)
Vanessa Redgrave – Anonymous (Sony), Coriolanus (Lionsgate)
Tilda Swinton – We Need to Talk About Kevin (Artificial Eye)
Rachel Weisz – The Deep Blue Sea (Artificial Eye)

The winners will be revealed in a ceremony to be held on January 19 at BFI Southbank.

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