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Just a small update from me today, I have added some pretty images we were missing from the An Education LA Press Conference Carey attended last year, enjoy!

I’ve just added 03 scans of Carey from Glamour UK (July 2010) to the gallery – enjoy!

I’ve added 12 more outtakes from Session 029 to the gallery, better late than never! Enjoy :)

Another treat for Carey fans today! I managed to get hold of a BluRay copy of Brothers, and have added Carey’s brief appearance to the gallery – enjoy!

The trailer for Never Let Me Go has finally been released! Thanks to Amanda and Ashleigh for the heads up. High-definition screen captures have already been added to the gallery – enjoy.

This is an interesting discovery! It seems as though Carey has popped up unexpectedly in Blood on Benefits, a short film by Andrew-Lee Potts! She is only in it for a few seconds and has one line (she appears at the 7-minute mark), but it is most definitely her – her hair is long in this, so I’m guessing about 2006/07? The video is below and I shall cap it once I get home from work – if anyone has any further information about this, or has a clearer video please let us know!

In LoveFilm’s annual poll, our girl Carey came in at #4 on an incredibly talented list – congratulations! She jumped a massive 13 places from her spot at #17 last year. Here’s what they have to say about her:

4. Carey Mulligan

Age: 25
2009 ranking: 17

Mulligan is hot right now: her work as the precocious schoolgirl Jenny in An Education garnered a nomination for Best Actress and a BAFTA win. Oliver Stone rushed her into his Wall Street sequel (not necessarily a good thing) and there were small but telling spots in Public Enemies and Brothers. Her work on British TV (Mrs Pritchard, Bleak House, Northanger Abbey) shows she has what it takes to last. Then there’s Never Let Me Go, with Keira Knightley and Charlotte Rampling, and tantalizing rumours that she could be Lisbeth Salander in the projected English language remake of Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (even if our Swedish sister-site voted for Natalie Portman instead).

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New Layout!

June 7th, 2010

At last, we have a gorgeous new spring/summer layout here at Carey Mulligan Online – a big thankyou to the very talented Laura for designing and coding it for us! I have been editing the pages and making sure that everything works properly, but if you come across any errors please let me know!

In Carey-world, news is relatively slow, aside from the recent rumours about her joining Sam Mendes’ new project On Chesil Beach. This, along with the much-hyped Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and My Fair Lady have all yet to be confirmed, though we shall keep our fingers crossed that Carey lands at least one 😉

I hope you enjoy the new look!

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