We have finally uploaded screencaptures of Carey on Jimmy Kimmel Live from April 1st. You can watch the video of her appearance below. (A thank you goes to Kelly for helping us with the video!)
Unfortunately Carey didn’t win the award for Best Actress last night but she has a very promising career ahead of her so I’m sure there will be another nomination for her in the future!
Many pictures of Carey at the Academy Awards have been added last night and today and we were able to replace many of them with HQ versions. Pictures of Carey attending the Governors Ball and the Vanity Fair Oscar Party have been uploaded as well.
Here is an interview with Carey at the Awards and she is very lovely in it. Her part starts at 2:53.
Huge congratulations to Carey for winning the Best Actress award at the BAFTAs tonight! I’m still looking for a video of Carey’s adorable, touching and heartfelt speech, but for now here are two interviews – one from before the show, and one just after the has received her award
First off: Congratulations Carey for her Oscar nomination! As previously mentioned, Carey was at Newsweek’s 13th Oscar Roundtable. You can read the transcript of it here and watch the videos of the discussions here.
All the actors in attendance were part of a photo shoot and pictures have been added to the gallery.
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.