Aside from saying CONGRATULATIONS CAREY! for her Oscar nomination, I just found this fantastically cute video from the Newsweek Oscar Roundtable Outtakes and felt the need to share it with you all Enjoy!
The first outtake of the photoshoot for the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Edition has been released and added to our gallery. You can view a behind the scenes video of the shoot under the cut. Captures will be added soon!
Carey Mulligan’s first movie role was as Keira Knightley’s giddy sister in Pride and Prejudice. A moment later, the former Catholic-boarding-school student was the buzz of Sundance, thanks to her exquisite performance as a 1960s English high-school senior in An Education. Big-league directors haven’t wasted any time in filling up the 24-year-old’s dance card. Mark Romanek chose her as the lead in Never Let Me Go, while Oliver Stone cast her in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, as the daughter of Gordon Gekko and the fiancée of trader Shia LaBeouf—who also happens to be her real-life love.
Natalie Portman and Carey Mulligan in a scene from Jim Sheridan’s new drama “Brothers“. If the clip won’t embed you can view it directly at the site right here. Caps will be up later today
If you would like to watch Carey’s lovely appearance on Letterman, the video has been uploaded to youtube and you can watch it below. We find out lots of new information about Carey from this, it’s a wonderful interview!
Also, if any of you are near London this coming Tuesday, you can catch Carey’s premiere of An Education at Vue on Leicester Square!
I found a gorgeous behind the scenes video of Carey shooting for Elle Magazine UK – if anyone happens to have this magazine, please do scan it for us! (I believe it was the ‘October’ issue).
Watch a sneak peak of the video below, and the full length version at the Elle website, here.
Some lovely new An Education clips have surfaced, watch them below!
Sony have released the first trailer for “An Education“! Unfortunately, it doesn’t allow embedding but you can view the trailer here.
The movie looks fantastic! It’s slated for a small theatrical release October 9. Caps will be up when I can grab the video so sit tight!
Thanks to ONTD, here’s a lovely new video of Carey (along with her co-stars Emma Thompson and Peter Sarsgaard) talking about her new movies “An Education” and “The Greatest” at Sundance. Doesn’t she look lovely?
Video is here if you can’t view the embedded one.
Thanks so much to Sibylle for informing us of a video of Carey being interviewed by David Poland at Sundance:
If you can’t view the video directly, you may view it by clicking here. Thanks again Sibylle!