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Lone Scherfig with Carey Mulligan
One film together: An Education (2009).

Jenny is 16, going on 17. But unlike Liesl, the milquetoast maiden in The Sound of Music, Jenny is one of those wry, dauntingly eloquent sixth-form English girls who seem to have emerged from the womb jaded by life. It’s this projected worldliness, as much as Jenny’s gamine prettiness, that attracts the attention of David (Peter Sarsgaard), an older suitor of sketchy background and considerable charm. Mulligan, 21 at the time of An Education’s filming, gets Jenny just right: one minute she’s a seen-it-all old pro who issues a cutting appraisal of her teacher; the next she’s a moony naïf who’s surrendered her senses to romance. Scherfig, the movie’s Danish director, has come a long way from the austere Dogme 95 principles of her breakthrough film, Italian for Beginners (2000). It’s Britain just before the Beatles, and she positively nails it: the bright, costumey colors of David’s louche café world and the pale, flecked wallpaper that imprisons Jenny’s dowdy parents.

(Thanks to Hilary for the tip!)

I have added a brand new photoshoot as well as quite a few additions to Session 019 to the gallery which are also new. Enjoy! :)

The first outtake of the photoshoot for the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Edition has been released and added to our gallery. You can view a behind the scenes video of the shoot under the cut. Captures will be added soon!

Carey Mulligan’s first movie role was as Keira Knightley’s giddy sister in Pride and Prejudice. A moment later, the former Catholic-boarding-school student was the buzz of Sundance, thanks to her exquisite performance as a 1960s English high-school senior in An Education. Big-league directors haven’t wasted any time in filling up the 24-year-old’s dance card. Mark Romanek chose her as the lead in Never Let Me Go, while Oliver Stone cast her in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, as the daughter of Gordon Gekko and the fiancée of trader Shia LaBeouf—who also happens to be her real-life love.

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Last night Carey attended the 62nd Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards, looking beautiful as always! Nearly 50 images have already been added, with hopefully more on the way! I have also found a beautiful new still of Carey from “The Greatest”; check that out here.

May I also welcome the newest member of Team Carey, Annika, who I’m sure you’ll be hearing plenty from very soon :) Finally, you can now also access this site from http://carey-mulligan.org – Yay!

Thanks so much to my good friend Lisa, I’ve added an absolutely gorgeous new/old photoshoot to the gallery! This shoot is definitely one of my favorites! Enjoy 😀

I’ve been meaning to upload these for a while, so I apologise for the wait. Screen captures from Carey’s earlier works have been added, including: Bleak House from 2005; The Sittaford Mystery from 2006; and finally from ITV’s Behind-the-Scenes look at Northanger Abbey! Also, one of last year’s TIFF photoshoots have been replaced with high quality versions. Previews can be viewed below.

The first teaser trailer for “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” has been released and there’s a little bit of Carey in the preview! You can watch the trailer right here and screencaptures are below with lots of thanks to my good friend Annika! :)

The first official batch of stills from ‘Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps’ have appeared online, and one of them features Carey! Hopefully more will be added asap :) The film has also been given the release date of April 23, 2010. Here’s a synopsis of the film:

As the global economy teeters on the brink of disaster, a young Wall Street trader (played by Shia Labeouf) partners with disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas, reprising his original role) on a two-tiered mission: To alert the financial community to the coming doom, and to find out who was responsible for the death of the young trader’s mentor. Meanwhile, Gekko tries to reconnect with his cute as a button daughter Winnie (Carey Mulligan).

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