The gallery has just been updated with 1,632 Blu-Ray screen captures of Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene in Thomas Vinterberg’s adaptation of the 1874 novel “Far from the Madding Crowd” by Thomas Hardy. Starring alongside Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Sheen, Tom Sturridge and Juno Temple, the plot unfolds in Victorian England, where the independent and headstrong farm owner Bathsheba Everdene (Mulligan) attracts three very different suitors: Gabriel Oak (Schoenaerts), a sheep farmer; Frank Troy (Sturridge), a reckless Sergeant; and William Boldwood (Sheen), a prosperous and mature bachelor. The film was positively received, with particular praise given to Carey’s performance as Bathsheba; Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers, in his three out of four star review, said “Vinterberg may rush the final act, but he brings out the wild side in Mulligan, who can hold a close-up like nobody’s business. She’s a live wire in a movie that knows how to stir up a classic for the here and now.”
With so many streaming outlets now available, it seems everyone on the web wants to launch their own arm of original programming. And so it goes with lifestyle site Refinery29 who have rounded up a pretty starry ensemble for their webseries “The Walker” (which isn’t to be confused with the Paul Schrader film of the same name).
Carey Mulligan, Zoe Kazan, Gabourey Sidibe, and more feature in the show that will follow a real life celebrity bestie (apparently) Rightor Doyle, in a scripted version of what he encounters day-to-day. “’The Walker’ is an exploration of how friendships can be the most loving, confounding and rewarding relationships in your life,” he told ET. “It is my love letter to women, and to New York, and to friendship in all its many wild and wonderful forms.”
I dunno, sounds like “Look At My Fabulous Life: The Show,” but we’ll see. It debuts on Thursday and runs eight episodes long. Check out the trailer below.
The first official posters for Carey Mulligan’s latest film “Suffragette” were released online today, and you can view HQ versions up in the gallery.
A new, full-length trailer for Carey’s upcoming film “Suffragette” has just been released online today. Watch it in full below:
As it is the lovely Carey Mulligan’s 30th birthday today, I felt that I should update the site with some nice additional high-quality stills and on set images from her latest film “Far From the Madding Crowd”. There are also a lot of replacement images for the original smaller images. Enjoy!
Their faces grace the covers of national magazines, and heads turn when they walk down the street.
But this season, they threw themselves into revivals of two highly regarded plays, he as the physically afflicted title character in “The Elephant Man,” by Bernard Pomerance, and she as a schoolteacher in “Skylight,” by David Hare.
Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan, both Oscar-nominated film stars, are now both Tony Award nominees and are embracing the stage, even as they continue to manage Hollywood careers. “The Elephant Man,” which closed on Broadway in February at the end of a limited run, is transferring to London this summer; “Skylight,” which ran in London last year, is scheduled to play until June 21 in New York.
The two have never worked together, although they have had a number of cinematic near-misses: He auditioned, unsuccessfully, to portray her husband in “The Great Gatsby,” while she sought, also unsuccessfully, a role in “Silver Linings Playbook.” Ultimately, as show business would have it, they met through a shared publicist and have since become friends.
The 2015 Tony Awards have just been revealed, and Carey Mulligan has been nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Play for her role in “Skylight”, whilst her co-star Bill Nighy has been nominated for Best Lead Actor. The play itself has also been nominated for Best Revival, Best Featured Actor (Matthew Beard), Best Director (Stephen Daldry), Best Scenic Design and Best Lighting. Congratulations to the cast and crew!
Best Leading Actress in a Musical
Geneva Carr, “Hand to God”
Helen Mirren, “The Audience”
Elisabeth Moss, “The Heidi Chronicles”
Carey Mulligan, “Skylight”
Ruth Wilson, “Constellations”
The 2015 Tony Awards will air live from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday (June 7) on CBS.
I have just uploaded 191 additional high-quality images of Carey Mulligan from the world premiere of “Far From the Madding Crowd” which took place in London yesterday – didn’t Carey look lovely in her sparkly Dior Haute Couture dress? Big thanks to our lovely friend Lindsey for her donation of images – make sure to visit her site Matthias Schoenaerts Network to find out more about Carey’s latest costar.
You may also have noticed that we have a lovely new theme up here at the main site! The header was made by the talented NowhereLand9 Design and the theme base was from Sin21 Designs. I am slowly editing and revamping all of the pages, and aim to make this your only resource for Carey Mulligan online! Is there anything in particular you would like to see? Let me know either in the comments or over on Twitter!