Emma Thompson was on a red carpet yesterday talking about the remake of My Fair Lady that she’s written, and she said, “I think Carey is set to play it.” Well, that’s nice. [Laughs] Are you? Well, that’s hugely flattering. That would be great. I really don’t know, at this point, what’s happening with that. That’s lovely that Emma said that, that’s really nice, but honestly, I don’t know. What
British actress Carey Mulligan is set to play Eliza Doolittle in a remake of My Fair Lady, according to the film’s writer Emma Thompson. Speaking to BBC 5 live at the premiere of her latest movie Nanny McPhee, the star said they have yet to cast the male lead of Henry Higgins. It has been reported that Hugh Grant is linked to the role. Thompson said that she would “love
Effie, a film based on the relationship between Victorian poet and artist, John Ruskin and his unfortunate wife Effie Gray will go into production next month. The film is written by Emma Thompson who will also play Lady Eastlake, and the Oscar-nominated Carey Mulligan will be in the starring role of Gray. Richard Laxton is directing and Thompson’s husband, Greg Wise, is to produce the film and play the part
Carey Mulligan feels old. The ‘An Education’ actress – who is dating actor Shia LaBeouf – admits her work and life experiences make her seem much older than her 24 years, though she is still a teenager at heart. She said: “I think I feel older. You meet a lot of people much older, one of my closest friends in an actor called Denis Lawson who is in his fifties.
David Fincher is reportedly circling the English language adaptation of the first installment in Stieg Larsson’s best-selling “Millenium” series, “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.” Already adapted into an award-winning Swedish language trilogy, the English-language version is being produced by Scott Rudin at Sony with Steve Zaillian (“Schindler’s List,” “American Gangster”) adapting. It’s development seems to making progress with the studio also reportedly having an actress on top of its
British starlet Carey Mulligan, who was nominated as best actress for An Education, yelped as a waiter trod on her long train and later had a lengthy chat with Oscar-winning best director Kathryn Bigelow. Despite being one of the stars of the show Mulligan admitted she had no job lined up for after the Oscars. “I’m using this as an open casting,” she told The Daily Telegraph. “It’s been wild,
The official website for The Greatest has been launched at TheGreatestTheMovie.com. You can view the official trailer at the site but unfortunately there is no other information on the site so far. Judging by the trailer it looks like a beautiful movie! Two posters of the movie were released so far and they have been added to the gallery along with captures of the trailer.
I’m not sure how much truth there is to it but several sources are reporting this. I simpy cannot believe Carey is not getting any offers! I’m hoping for other articles to clarify more on it. CAREY Mulligan claims she doesn’t have any work in the pipeline. The British beauty — who missed out on the Best Actress gong at the Academy Awards Sunday night — says she doesn’t know
Carey Mulligan has admitted that she will treasure this year’s awards season. The British actress has been the toast of the awards circuit as her performance in An Education proved to be her breakthrough role. Last night she was in contention for the Best Actress Oscar, losing out to Sandra Bullock, but did win the Bafta last month. She told People: “It’s been a really long time. It’s kind of
Happy Oscar day everyone! Feel free to leave your good luck messages to Carey here Don’t forget that they air at 8pm EST/5pm PST on ABC and if you can’t watch the Oscars live, you can stream it live here. If anyone knows of any other sites that will be streaming the Oscars, please comment and let me know and I’ll add the URL to this post. Good luck Carey,