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!
Leonardo DiCaprio starrer films ‘The Great Gatsby’ and ‘Django Unchained’ are both set to hit US theatres on December 25 next year. Directed and written by Baz Luhrmann, ‘The Great Gatsby’ is currently filming in Australia. Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan is a part of the film, which also stars Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Isla Fisher and Joel Edgerton.
‘The Great Gatsby’, based on F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel, stars DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby, Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan and Maguire as Nick Carraway. DiCaprio is not the only actor who has two of his movies releasing just in time for Christmas. His ‘Gatsby’ co-star Maguire will also appear twice in cinemas in December next year.
I’ve added some absolutely adorable photos of Carey attending the press night and after party of the play “My City” at the Almeida Theatre in London on September 15th. She looks like she had a great time!
The 15th annual Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood Film Awards, presented by Starz Entertainment, will honor Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan with its 2011 Hollywood Supporting Actress Award.
Mulligan is being recognized for her performance as an emotionally disturbed young woman who moves in with her sex-addicted brother in Shame, as well as for her portrayal of a young mother in need of protection in Drive. Additionally, Bérénice Bejo (The Artist), Jean Dujardin (The Artist), Elle Fanning (Super 8), Amber Heard (The Rum Diary), Andrea Riseborough (W.E), Shailene Woodley (The Descendants), and Anton Yelchin (Like Crazy) will be the recipients of this year’s Hollywood Spotlight Award, which recognizes young up-and-comers for breakthrough performances.
All of the aforementioned honorees will collect their statuettes at the Hollywood Awards Gala Ceremony, which will take place at the Beverly Hilton on Oct. 24, 2011.
I have just replaced the DVD-quality screen captures of Carey as the giggly, bubbly Kitty Bennet from her film debut Pride & Prejudice with gorgeous Blu-Ray quality images. I really wish she’d had more screen time in this, as she is quite adorable! Enjoy!
Hello everyone! After much, much, much delay, I have finally started working on the Video Archive for Carey Mulligan Online! For now I am starting with the basic things such as clips and trailers, but am asking you, the fans, what sort of thing you would like to see. If there is a certain interview, fan video or bit of Carey media you love and would like to share, please let me know and I’ll get it added to the site asap!
For now, here’s one of the first additions – the trailer for Pride & Prejudice, Carey’s first feature film. Try and watch this without desperately wanting to watch the film after, I dare you!
Having rocketed to fame in the romantic drama ‘An Education’, Carey Mulligan is about to star in the violent new thriller ‘Drive’. It was a role she couldn’t refuse.
‘Ah, Carey, you are much fatter than before.” So Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn greeted one of the world’s most coveted actresses on what was only their second meeting.
“I was all right,” says Carey Mulligan, the slender 26-year-old, Oscar-nominated star of An Education, laughing as she recalls the moment. “But I knew from that moment on that Nicolas was going to be brutally honest.”
Brutal is a word that sits easily with Refn. Violence throbs through all his films – from the Copenhagen-based Pusher crime trilogy with which he made his name, to his 2008 biopic of Charles Bronson – and it bubbles to the surface again in his most recent offering.
Drive is a fizzing, hyper-real adaptation of a 2005 pulp novel by American crime writer James Sallis. In it, Mulligan plays Irene, a vulnerable young mother. Her neighbour (Ryan Gosling) is the film’s enigmatic hero. Known simpler as Driver, he is a movie stunt-driver by day, a criminal getaway-driver by night, and a slightly screwy loner 24/7. The pair soon strike up a curiously understated friendship.
“They both have very lonely existences,” says Mulligan, “and they just find each other peaceful. There is something unreal about their relationship.”
As Carey has been busy filming The Great Gatsby and unable to promote Drive as much as we’d like (sigh!), I have been rummaging about in the gallery and have made a few little updates here and there. I have replaced the majority of the Drive and Shame stills with HQ versions (and added a few new stills), adding some stunning HQ pics from the Never Let Me Go press conference (one of my favourite looks of hers, ever!) and also added captures of herblink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo from Andrew Lee Pott’s short film Blood on Benefits, which we’ve guessed is from around 2006/2007 – enjoy!
A little fun post whilst we eagerly await any news and pictures about Ms. Mulligan – BBC America’s Anglophenia are running their ever-popular Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament, and Carey has made it through to Round 2! Now she is up against An Education co-star Emma Thompson, and needs your votes to make it through to the next round. Vote for her here or click the image below to be taken to the voting page.
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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