Thanks to our lovely friend Luciana I’ve just added scans of Carey Mulligan from May’s issue of Empire. It’s lovely to see Carey in a magazine again, with a new photoshoot as well.
The cast and crew of “Suffragette” have posed for a photograph to celebrate International Women’s Day on Sunday (March 8).
Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan and Helena Bonham Carter were joined by director Sarah Gavron, producers Faye Ward and Alison Owen and screenwriter Abi Morgan.
Helen Pankhurst, the great-granddaughter of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst, also joined the cast and crew for the special occasion.
Streep plays political activist Emmeline opposite Mulligan’s Maud – a fellow activist in the feminist movement – in the project from Pathé, Film4 and the BFI Film Fund.
Speaking about the importance of International Women’s Day, Streep said: “Every daughter should know this history, every son write it on his own heart.”
Meanwhile, Gavron said: “International Women’s Day celebrates the achievements of women throughout the world and I am overjoyed that my film can be part of that celebration.
“The story of the ordinary British women who were willing to sacrifice everything in their fight for the right to vote is an inspiration to all of us in our ongoing fight for equality.”
“Suffragette” will be released in the UK on September 11.
A second trailer for “Far From the Madding Crowd” has been released today, featuring an whole host of new scenes and giving a more in-depth look at the plot. Watch it in full below:
Last weekend was the 10th Anniversary Winter Weekend held by ASMALLWORLD in Switzerland. Carey was in attendance to support War Child, and HQ images of her from the three main events over the weekend have now been added to the gallery. I’ve also added some HQ stills from Carey’s appearance on The Graham Norton Show from January of this year.
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!
Public Appearances > 2014 > Nov 29 | Hennessy Gold Cup Race Day
Public Appearances > 2014 > Nov 30 | 60th London Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Last night, Carey appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show to promote her new role as an ambassador for War Child. She gave a lovely interview, as always, and screen captures from the show have now been added to the gallery.
Screen Captures > 2014 > Nov 15 | The Jonathan Ross Show
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.
Public Appearances > 2014 > Nov 04 | Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year
On November 02, Carey Mulligan attended the opening of the 2014 Into Film Festival, which is the world’s biggest youth festival. She was joined by 750 young fans, with many of them dressed as their favourite film characters. The screening was one of 2,700 events taking place across Britain, which aims to explore film and its educational potential for young people.
“Film is an amazing learning tool – it enables people to understand more about history, society and much more. When I was growing up I didn’t have the opportunity to engage with film in this way. I think it’s an incredible chance for young people to discover films that they may not have considered watching before, talk about it with their classmates, and possibly be inspired to follow a career in the film industry.”
Up to 300,000 people aged 5-19 are expected to take part in the festival, which runs until November 21.
Public Appearances > 2014 > Nov 02 | Into Film Festival Opening