Happy New Year everyone! To start off 2011, I have just added over 500 HD screen captures of Carey in her role as Winnie Gekko from Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Stay tuned for even more updates, including BluRay-quality captures of Carey in Never Let Me Go!
I’ve just added some more HQ stills from Bleak House and Never Let Me Go to the gallery, as well as replacing some of the smaller pics with bigger versions, and HD caps from the second Never Let Me Go trailer. I’ve also found scans from Carey’s upcoming ELLE ’11 cover – hopefully more outtakes from that gorgeous shoot will surface soon!
Pictures of Carey from day two at the Dubai International Film Festival have surfaced, including a pretty new portrait session! Carey presented Colin Firth with his Variety “International Star of the Year” award.
Carey attended day one of the Dubai International Film Festival for the Opening Night Gala of The King’s Speech and we’ve uploaded photos for your viewing pleasure! More will be added once they come in.
Carey is currently attending the Moet British Independent Film Awards 2010 in London! She looks amazing in a bright red Prabal Gurung dress, with a Cartier ring and Roger Vivier shoes and bag. She has been nominated for Best Actress for her work in Never Let Me Go ~ good luck to her! Carey won the Best Actress award for Never Let Me Go! Congratulations to her! The first few
Huge thanks to Elmira for donating all these magazine scans – finally got a few months’ worth of scans up in the gallery! I am also planning on expanding the general content of the site – to start with I set up a fun Hairography page that charts Carey’s ever-changing hair – but what would the visitors like to see on the site? Please leave a comment to let us
Thanks to Olga for sending in the newest pictures which have just been added to Session 26.
I’ve added three additional photos to Session 019 as well as a new/old photoshoot which I’m going to assume was taken on November 9th as Carey is wearing the same outfit and hairstyle as Session 023 and Session 025, just with a different background and lighting Thanks to Roberta for those!
Appearing in a small British indie film that makes a splash at the Sundance Film Festival would be considered a success for any actress. But for 25-year-old Carey Mulligan, her starring role in 2009’s An Education marked the beginning of an 18-month blur of red carpets and revelry. “It sort of feels like none of it really ever happened,” says the actress, whose Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for that
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!