Since her star-making performance in director Lone Scherfig’s An Education last fall, Carey Mulligan’s meteoric rise has itself become a cinematic affair—a quick-cutting whirlwind of awards shows, paparazzi, short hair, and self-effacing British charm. The 24-year-old Mulligan’s portrayal of a precocious but naïve schoolgirl whose hunger for experience leads her to become romantically involved with an older man (played brilliantly by Peter Sarsgaard) earned her an Oscar nomination. But Mulligan’s
The people over at Popsugar have started a fun ‘play-off’ to help decide the nations favourite talents. Carey is currently pitted against Kate Hudson – do pop on over and vote for Carey by clicking this link here!
I couldn’t resist going out and buying Wonderland Magazine for this stunning photoshoot and interview with Carey! Please, if you do use them on your site, link back to us here at Carey Mulligan Online – it would mean a lot! Enjoy the pretty
Hello! A short update from me today, bringing you two lovely Carey photoshoots and a nice article – which goes hand in hand with Wonderland magazine Carey is due to grace the cover of next month! With her cropped hair and elfin looks, it would be easy to mistake actress Carey Mulligan for Sixties pin-up Twiggy. A series of photographs for a magazine cover shoot show the up-and-coming British star
Carey will graze the cover of Wonderland Magazine’s April/May 2010 issue (thanks to Mette for the info!). Doesn’t she look simply gorgeous on the cover? I can’t wait to see more pictures of this photo shoot!
Carey has been nominated for Best Female Breakout Star at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards! You can vote by going here. The 2010 MTV Movie Awards will are LIVE Sunday June 6th at 9pm/8pm central time on MTV.
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.