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!
A gorgeous new trailer for Shame has just been released, and whilst watching it you can hear Carey sing ‘New York, New York’ as her character Sissy does in the film. At the moment it is only available to view via the Apple Trailers site, so click the image below to get taken to the video. I will add it to the archive as soon as I can download it. The trailer has now been added to the Video Archive – Enjoy!
Carey Mulligan found herself propelled onto the world stage after she was nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal of the sharp, witty and painfully young Jenny Mellor in 2009s “An Education.” Though doors began to open for the actress, she was disappointed to discover that most of them led to rooms of similar shapes and sizes. “A lot of people just wanted me to sort of do what I had already done,” she recalls. “Films that reminded me of that part weren’t films that I was interested in.”
If there is such a thing as a safe and secure course in the development of an ingénue’s career anymore, then Mulligan has chosen not to follow that trajectory. The actress took one leading, and several supporting roles (the most high-profile of which was in Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps”) after “An Education” and then stopped working for a year.
When she returned it was in pursuit of projects that would move her beyond the limited scope of the classical leading lady and/or give her the opportunity to work with filmmakers that she found compelling. She began with director Nicolas Winding Refn’s urban fable/meditation on violence, “Drive.”
Carey Mulligan is on the cover of the November 18 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, as they kick off Oscar season with their annual roundtable series. In the first, Carey is joined by Charlize Theron, Michelle Williams, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Glenn Close as they discuss their regrets, the mean things people say to them and why Davis hates it when a black actress’ performance is called “dignified.”
I have added the magazine cover to the gallery, and will try and get hold of scans as soon as I can. Check out a cute snippet from the interview below:
Brits call it “the half”: that 30-minute stretch before curtain when actors prep for a show. This ritual is the subject of Simon Annand’s photography anthology (“The Half”) documenting the makeup, cigarettes, and shabby glamor of British backstage life. The photo features Carey Mulligan as she preps for a 2007 performance of “The Seagull” at the Royal Court. (The photo’s wonderful schism between décor and costume is typical of “The Half.”)
As promised, I have added screen captures of Carey from two of her most recent interviews – The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and The Graham Norton Show (as well as some more stills). She is adorable as ever in both – I love her facial expressions and constant giggles!
All UK fans, tune into The Graham Norton ShowTONIGHT on BBC1 at 10.35pm to catch our girl Carey on the show to promote Shame! She will be interviewed alongside Public Enemies co-star Johnny Depp (and talks about her nerves at kissing him for the film!) and comedians Ricky Gervais and Ed Byrne, so it looks to be a great show! I will get videos and captures online as soon as I can, but for now enjoy this adorable still from the show:
Last night, Carey attended the 15th Annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala, where she was awarded with the Hollywood Supporting Actress Award for her role in Shame. She looks so happy and beautiful in a Bottega Veneta dress and clutch with Ferragamo shoes – flawless! I have added the first batch of pictures to the gallery – enjoy!
After a busy fall in theaters, Carey Mulligan looks to keep herself occupied in 2012, landing the female lead in Coen Brothers next pic “Inside Llewyn Davis” and entering negotiations for a lead role in an untitled project for Spike Jonze.
On “Inside Llewyn Davis,” Mulligan will star opposite Oscar Isaac in the Scott Rudin-produced pic that the Coens are writing, directing and producing with Scott Rudin. Story follows a musician who tries to make it in the New York music scene in the 1960s.
StudioCanal is set to co-finance without a domestic distribution partner. Robert Graf will exec produce, while StudioCanal will handle international sales and distribute the film in France.
It’s not known wether Mulligan will be called upon to sing — but she’s certainly shown vocal chops with several strong performances in “Shame.”
For the Spike Jonze project, about world leaders uniting to discuss cataclysmic events, Mulligan would join Joaquin Phoenix with Charlie Kaufman penning the script.
Megan Ellison is producing through her Annapurna Pictures.
Mulligan is currently shooting “The Great Gatsby” for Warner Bros.; the plan is to jump into “Inside Llewyn Davis” in February, with the Spike Jonze pic in spring.
Mulligan, repped by CAA and Julian Belfrage and Associates, has stayed busy on the indie circuit this fall, with turns in both Fox Searchlight’s “Shame” and FilmDistrict’s “Drive” (which also stars Isaac)
Far From the Madding Crowd Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene Status: Complete; Out 1 May 2015 (UK)
A flirtatious young woman unexpectedly inherits a large farm and becomes romantically involved with three men.
Rumoured / In Development
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