January 20th, 2010 · Site
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The Screen Actors Guild has tapped more stars to hand out prizes at the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick are among those recently announced to take the presenting duties during the event.
Beside the singer/actor and the “Up in the Air” beauty, the awards show will also see Sigourney Weaver, Kyra Sedgwick, Ray Romano, Jeremy Renner, Carey Mulligan, Anthony Mackie, Felicity Huffman and Brian Geraghty announcing the winners that night. However, it has not been known the categories that they will read.
Previously, the awards show’s organizers have announced some celebrities who will show up on the stage, mentioning the names such as Alec Baldwin, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. Additionally, Anna Paquin, Meryl Streep, Jane Lynch, Michelle Monaghan, Chris O’Donnell and Stanley Tucci will make appearances at the ceremony.
The 2010 Screen Actors Guild Awards will honor movies and TV in all 15 categories. The show will additionally present Betty White with Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement award. A gala for the event will be held on January 23 in Los Angeles and broadcast live by TNT and CBS starting at 8 P.M. ET/PT.
One of the most bittersweet moments of last night’s Golden Globes occurred during the deployment of the Best Actress – Drama prize. Requisite shots of each nominee accompanied Mickey Rourke’s reading of their names: Emily Blunt, grinning in rather extreme close-up; Sandra Bullock, the favorite, perched and ready to rise; Helen Mirren, the distinguished elder; Gabourey Sidibe, the gleeful neophyte… and just prior to Sidibe, Carey Mulligan, the one-time favorite for this prize and perhaps every other in 2009, meekly clapping, dwarfed in the back of the room, all but invisible with the tiny entourage from her breakthrough An Education. The viewer knew just as well as Mulligan did: She didn’t have a chance. But why?
After all, it was almost a year ago when An Education’s Sundance premiere sparked instant Oscar chatter for Mulligan, not to mention a lightning-quick, seven-figure distribution deal with awards-savvy distributors Sony Pictures Classics. The 24-year-old ingenue’s performance as Jenny Miller — faltering at the fork in the road leading to either bohemian early-’60s living or a conservative Oxford education — yielded just the right class, brass and vulnerability to dazzle critics and Oscar voters. Assuming Sony Classics could strategically cultivate Mulligan’s It-Girl status in the months to come, the general public would fall in line behind them. Apart from Mo’Nique’s own towering performance in Precious, she was the closest thing to an Oscar lock Sundance had.
January 18th, 2010 · Site
Carey Mulligan Online celebrates it’s first year anniversary today and the staff at CMO would like to thank all of the loyal visitors who have stuck with us over the past year and of course to Carey who is our inspiration! Here’s to another fantastic year online
The first photos have started to appear and Carey looks gorgeous! Photos can be seen here in the galleries – we apologise in advance for any gallery problems that may arise during the day!
EDIT: Unfortunately, Carey didn’t win Best Actress whose award went to Sandra Bullock but we still know how special Carey is and how much she deserved to win! I am sure there will be plenty of awards to come
While we wait for the Golden Globes to begin (which promises new Carey pictures!) a few gallery updates have been done: firstly, high quality pictures from Carey’s appearance at the National Board Of Review Of Motion Pictures Awards Gala have been added; and secondly, Carey graced us with another event, namely the Golden Globes Party Hosted by T Magazine and Dom Pérignon where she is pictured alongside B. J. Novak (of “The Office”).
Life.com have also updated with a small photoshoot session with all the Oscar hopefuls for this year, including Carey! The entire slideshow of hopefuls can be seen here, while the image has been uploaded into our galleries here.
By turns as elegant as Audrey Hepburn and as pixie-smile adorable as Audrey Tautou, Mulligan has stolen critics’ and audiences’ hearts as Jenny Miller, a British schoolgirl stifled by England’s early-’60s air of conformity. The character sees a way out in a handsome older suitor (Peter Sarsgaard), and the actress, playing 16 brilliantly though she was 23 at the time, makes the consequences of the leap wrenchingly bittersweet.
Also, Carey has dished to People.com about her desire to have long hair once more! Famous for her pixie cut, which has accompanied her to every one of her press tours since ‘An Education’, Carey comments that she continues to keep her cute crop because she dreads the “horrible stage” of her hair looking like she’s homless! The article can be read here, excerpt available below.
“I really want long hair,” Carey Mulligan confessed to PEOPLE on Tuesday at the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Awards gala in New York, where she nabbed the Best Actress prize for her role in An Education, “But I don’t have time to grow it out.”
Explaining her freshly-shorn, exceedingly close crop, the Brit actress, who was dressed in a sleek black cocktail shift by Prada and dangly Fred Leighton earrings, said, “It was getting all shaggy. It was all growing out. It gets to that horrible stage where you look homeless.”
Unfortunately Carey did not win Best Actress at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards last night Instead the honour went to joint winners Meryl Streep & Sandra Bullock – congratulations ladies! However, Carey still looked simple yet elegant in a beautiful retro-looking black dress Expect lots of pictures asap!
Pictures of Carey at the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Awards Gala (January 12) where she won Best Actress for An Education have been added to the gallery! Congratulations!
Thanks to Brianne for sending in caps of Carey from her appearance on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” last night. The video will be added to the video archive, which will be launching soon!
Glamour Magazine has announce it’s Faces to Watch in 2010, and it features Ms. Mulligan! Here’s what they have to say:
Star Quality: We’re developing a serious girl crush on Carey. She’s got the A-list boyfriend (ahh, Shia), understated style, a Golden Globe nomination and a career that promises to hit A-List status with the release of Wall Street 2.