Short, but exciting news, by way of director Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo). The man’s new film, Never Let Me Go, written by Alex Garland (28 Days Later…, Sunshine) and starring Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield, has a release date: October 1st, 2010. Romanek announced as much on his Twitter account: NEVER LET ME GO is finally done and has a release date. It will appear in select
I have some goodies for you today! I have added three rare photos of Carey performing on stage as Hermia in the 2004 production of ‘Forty Winks‘. I have also added some more stills from ‘Pride & Prejudice‘ that we were missing and I have added loads more on set photos of Carey filming ‘Never Let Me Go‘ courtesy of Sarika & Laura at Keira Knightley Fan! Thank you! Performing
Carey recently did a New York Times “T Magazine” Screen Test and you can view it right here. She talks about “killer lines and a near death experience.” I’ll get caps up soon. The Playlist recently attended a screening of Carey’s film ‘Never Let Me Go‘ and had this to say about Carey’s performance: IMDB lists the story line as this : “An alternate history story of a woman who,
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
Thanks to the very lovely Mel, who made this layout for us – I have managed to inject come beauty back into Carey Mulligan Online. Please bear with me while I fix up the rest of the site. Later:? PopSugar has released some photos of Carey and co-star Keira Knightley on the set of Never Let Me Go? – I have added these pictures to our gallery, click on the
According to Variety.com Carey is set to star in the sci-fi thriller “Never Let Me Go” for Fox Searchlight. Story revolves around a trio who grew up in a boarding school with no contact or knowledge of the outside world until they discover they are clones grown for the sole purpose of organ donation. Filming is set to begin in April in London and Norfolk, England.