Very exciting news today! To celebrate its fifth anniversary, T magazine asked five artists to re-imagine its logo and five fashion designers to create personas for the Hollywood newcomer Carey Mulligan. The result: five spectacular versions of T magazine on Aug. 16, 2009. Visit The New York Times Store to read the full version and purchase the magazines! (scroll down for individual copies) If anyone is lucky enough to get
The Age has a new article and new accompanying photo of Carey at Melbourne yesterday! The last year has proved something of an education for Mulligan, who was best known previously for guest-starring in the terrifying Dr Who episode Blink — the one with the malevolent angel statues. Although she has worked steadily in film and television and on stage since she won the part of Kitty in the 2005
According to The West Australian, Carey will be attending the 2009 Melbourne International Film Festival which begins July 24- the opening night of the festival. Other guests include French filmmaker Claire Denis with her new film 35 Shots of Rum, fresh-faced star Carey Mulligan from the coming-of-age drama An Education, and Michael Nyman, the minimalist composer known for his many collaborations with Peter Greenaway.
Latino Review is reporting that Carey has been cast as Winnie, Gekko’s daughter in Wall Street 2, now known as just Money Never Sleeps directed by Oliver Stone. Winnie Gecko plays a major part in the story as she is the fiancee of Jacob (Shia LaBeouf’s character). Winnie hasn’t spoken to her father Gordon in 11 years while he was away in prison. Winnie and Gordon’s relationship is estranged since
According to Variety, Carey has signed on for yet another book adaption role: Brit thesps Sam Riley and Carey Mulligan are attached to star in helmer Rowan Joffe’s adaptation of Graham Greene’s classic novel “Brighton Rock.” (…) Greene’s novel, about a young gangster who marries the waitress who witnessed a murder he’s committed in order to keep her quiet, was previously adapted for a 1947 film starring Richard Attenborough and
Mark Romanek? is currently on location in the UK town of Clevedon, North Somerset, filming his melancholy sci-fi mystery? Never Let Me Go? with? Keira Knightley,? Carey Mulligan,? Andrew Garfield? and just about every other great British actor currently in their 20s. In case you do not yet know, it was adapted by? Alex Garland? – who previously scripted? 28 Days Later? and a draft of the proposed? Halo? film
A little-known 24-year-old British actress has emerged as the “It” girl of this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Carey Mulligan is being compared to Audrey Hepburn for her vastly different performances in two films directed by women that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. *** Directed by Lone Scherfig, the Danish filmmaker known for her 2000 comedy Italian for Beginners, and with a script by the London writer Nick Hornby, the