Welcome to Carey Mulligan Online, your fansite resource since 2009 dedicated to the beautiful Oscar-nominated actress Carey Mulligan, whom you may recognise from her many critically-acclaimed roles including Jenny in An Education, Sissy in Shame, Irene in Drive or Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann's retelling of The Great Gatsby. We aim to bring you all of the latest news and images relating to Carey's career, adding to our extensive career pages and a gallery housing over 23,000 untagged images. Thanks for visiting, and we hope you enjoy your stay!
Variety are reporting that Carey is no longer attached to the untitled Spike Jonze/Charlie Kaufman project due to scheduling conflicts.
Rooney Mara is in final negotiations to join Spike Jonze’s upcoming project now that Carey Mulligan has fallen out due to scheduling conflicts.
Untitled project stars Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams and Samantha Morton. Jonze penned the script and is set to direct the pic about a man who falls in love with the voice of a computer. Details of Mara’s role are unclear.
We had a bit of a problem with the old Video Archive, so I have just finished creating a new one which looks slightly nicer than the original did! I have re-added all the old videos, and have started added some new clips. First up is Shame – due to the content/language, there are only two short clips, but one of them is the full 5-minute rendition of Carey singing New York, New York. More on the way, so stay tuned!
I have just added 499 HD/Blu-Ray quality screen captures of Carey from her 2011 drama Shame, which she starred as the emotionally-damaged Sissy, alongside the fantastic Michael Fassbender. Remember to pre-order your copy of the film, UK visitors can order here (with a release date of May 14) and US visitors can order here (with a release date of April 17). Enjoy!
Please note that many of these captures contain graphic imagery and nudity and are therefore NOT SAFE FOR WORK.
Happy Easter everyone! A little gallery update this afternoon – I have been replacing a lot of the previous LQ images with HQ versions instead, and you can now find some gorgeous high-quality shots from three of Carey’s latest public appearances – the Shame press conference (Oct 28), the NY Times Arts & Leisure Weekend (Jan 08) and the London Film Critics’ Circle Awards (Jan 19), which also has over 40 new additions. Enjoy!
Johnny Depp and Rob Marshall are working to make a new version of The Thin Man, the Dashiell Hammett novel about drunk detective socialite Nick Charles, his charming young wife Nora and the unusual family mystery in which they become embroiled.
The question is: who plays Nora? Deadline says there is a shortlist that will begin to meet with Warner Bros. next week. Names on the list include Eva Green, Amy Adams, Emma Stone, Carey Mulligan, Rachel Weisz, Kristen Wiig, Emily Blunt and Isla Fisher. That is, just about every smart actress with free time in her schedule and an interest in starring opposite one of the few semi-legit movie stars in the business. And without knowing more about what Marshall, Depp and WB are specifically looking for, it seems pointless to try to play the guessing game based on a list that long.
The original The Thin Man, released in 1934, spawned a series of comic detective films and, later, even a TV show, and that precedent is fueling fire that the material might become a hit once again.
Okay, so it looks as though most film/media blogs are calling this the first official poster, but it looks as though it’s just a fan made one. What a pity! It’s a gorgeous shot, and really sets the tone of the film – so enjoy it anyway!
Film Productions > The Great Gatsby (2012) > Posters
Sorry things have been a bit quiet around here lately – Carey has been very busy going straight from wrapping The Great Gatsby to filming Inside Llewyn Davis, and as previously mentioned, we don’t post any on-set candids or paparazzi pics in respect of Carey’s privacy. However, I have been rummaging about for a few bits to keep the site updated, and came across 2 photoshoots that I hadn’t added to the gallery – one from 2010, which was for Carey’s Elle UK cover, and one from 2011, which looks like it came from the same shoot as The Hollywood Reporter set. Enjoy!
Photoshoots & Portraits > from 2010 > Session 032
Photoshoots & Portraits > from 2011 > Session 005
Carey Mulligan, George Clooney, Damian Lewis and Hugh Bonneville were among the famous faces who attended a star-studded White House dinner during a visit by the British Prime Minister.
The actors – along with American Vogue editor Anna Wintour, The Wire‘s Idris Elba, Downton Abbey’s Elizabeth McGovern and movie mogul Harvey Weinstein – were at the glitzy event held by US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle in honour of David Cameron and wife Samantha.
English folk-rock band Mumford & Sons – a favourite of Mrs Cameron – and US R&B star John Legend provided entertainment, while produce from the White House’s own kitchen gardens was used in the winter harvest-themed meal.
Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson, Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis and golf star Rory McIlroy were also on the guest list, along with politicians George Osborne and William Hague.
The US President praised the Camerons for their “strength” as parents as he toasted them at the dinner, held in a marquee on the South Lawn.
Skylight Carey Mulligan as Kyra Hollis Status: Running 6th June - 23rd August
A teacher in London is reunited with her ex, and the pair soon discovers they now disagree on everything from politics to sex.
Far From the Madding Crowd Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene Status: In post-production
A flirtatious young woman unexpectedly inherits a large farm and becomes romantically involved with three men.
Rumoured / In Development
• Hold on to Me
• The Fury
• I Walk with the Dead
• My Fair Lady
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