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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!

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Film Productions > The Great Gatsby (2012) > Posters

New Photoshoot

March 19th, 2012

I’ve just found another new photoshoot from 2011 This is a lovely set, Carey looks so happy in every picture. Enjoy!

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Photoshoots & Portraits > from 2011 > Session 006

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!

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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.

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I’ve added several more photos from Carey’s photoshoot for Through a Glass Darkly to the gallery. Enjoy the new additions!

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Other Projects > Theatre Productions > Through A Glass Darkly (2011) > Promotional Photoshoot

The London Film Critics’ Circle Awards were held tonight, and Carey attended with Shame co-star Michael Fassbender, looking gorgeous in a red Roland Mouret dress and some colour-clashing blue YSL shoes. Unfortunately, Carey did not win the award she was nominated for, but Michael did take home the British Actor of the Year award for Shame and A Dangerous Method, so congratulations to him! Pictures from the red carpet have been added to the gallery – enjoy!

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Public Appearances > 2012 > Jan 19 | London Film Critics’ Circle Awards

Controversial movie Shame and redemption drama Tyrannosaur are set for glory at the Evening Standard British Film Awards after picking up four nominations each.

Steve McQueen’s story about a sex addict is up for Best Film, Best Actor for Michael Fassbender, Best Actress for Carey Mulligan, and the Technical Achievement award.

It’s a double delight for Fassbender, who receives a second Best Actor nod for his role in Jane Eyre, alongside fellow nominees Kenneth Branagh (My Week With Marilyn), Gary Oldman (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Peter Mullan (Tyrannosaur), Brendan Gleeson (The Guard), and Tom Hiddleston (Archipelago).

In the Best Actress category, Mulligan will compete with Vanessa Redgrave for her role in Coriolanus, Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin), Rachel Weisz (The Deep Blue Sea), Samantha Morton (The Messenger), and Olivia Colman (Tyrannosaur).

The 2012 Evening Standard British Film Awards will be presented at a ceremony in London on 6 February.

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The lovely Carey Mulligan has been nominated for a BAFTA! She is nominated for Supporting Actress for her role of Irene in Drive, though some sources are saying it’s for her role in Shame.

Supporting Actress

Carey Mulligan – Drive
Jessica Chastain – The Help
Judi Dench – My Week With Marilyn
Melissa McCarthy – Bridesmaids
Octavia Spencer – The Help

Shame has been nominated for Outstanding British Film and Leading Actor (Michael Fassbender), whilst Drive has been nominated for Best Film and Director (Nicholas Winding Refn). Congraulations and best of luck to everyone involved with both films! The results will be announced on February 12 at the Royal Opera House in London.

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