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Carey Mulligan may have earned an Oscar nomination for “An Education,” a romantic drama about a young woman coming of age that made its debut at Sundance 2009 – but that wasn’t the star’s only movie at the festival.

The other film, “The Greatest,” a family drama co-starring Susan Sarandon and Pierce Brosnan, is now making its way into theaters, and Carey hopes her awards season star power helps the new film.

“I hope that because of all the stuff that’s happened with ‘An Education,’ maybe more people will see it,” the British beauty told AccessHollywood.com at the film’s Hollywood premiere on Thursday. “I think [writer-director] Shana [Feste] did a brilliant job.”

The emotional film – from Shana, a first-time director — features Carey as a pregnant teen whose boyfriend dies in a car crash, after which she joins his family in the grieving process. She added that her performance wasn’t an easy one to see again.

“I actually have only ever seen it once, I saw it Sundance. It’s hard to watch yourself,” she said. “But yeah, I’m excited for people to see it.”

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Emma Thompson was on a red carpet yesterday talking about the remake of My Fair Lady that she’s written, and she said, “I think Carey is set to play it.”
Well, that’s nice. [Laughs]

Are you?
Well, that’s hugely flattering. That would be great. I really don’t know, at this point, what’s happening with that. That’s lovely that Emma said that, that’s really nice, but honestly, I don’t know.

What about Effie?
I actually don’t know what’s happening with that. I read that script about two years ago, and that’s another sort of difficult, independent British film. It’s hard to get made. I don’t know if that film’s going, but yeah, I was attached to that.

There’s been chatter that you might star in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo for David Fincher.
I would LOVE to do that. I’m not even gonna lie! I would love…not that I was lying before, but yeah, I would love to do that. That would be insane. I’m obsessed with those books, as everyone else is, but no, I haven’t had a phone call. That would be awesome, I would love to play that part, but that hasn’t come to me.

(You can read the rest of the interview here.)

Last night, Carey attended the premiere of “The Greatest” in LA looking very chic and sophisticated! More photos will be added as they come in, enjoy :)

British actress Carey Mulligan is set to play Eliza Doolittle in a remake of My Fair Lady, according to the film’s writer Emma Thompson.

Speaking to BBC 5 live at the premiere of her latest movie Nanny McPhee, the star said they have yet to cast the male lead of Henry Higgins. It has been reported that Hugh Grant is linked to the role. Thompson said that she would “love him to do it”, but added nothing had been confirmed yet.

When asked whether it was true that Mulligan had been cast in the musical movie, Thompson said: “I think Carey is set to play it, yes.

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March 20th, 2010

Hello, just a quick admin note from myself. In order to save loading time for people I have switched the site’s theme to a less image-heavy one. I hope this works for everyone.

Over the coming week or two I am going to spend a lot of time working on the site, organising the pages and getting everything up to date. If there is anything in particular you would like to see here at Carey Mulligan Online, please leave your suggestion in the comments.

Four new gorgeous stills of Carey in The Greatest have been released and are in the gallery. Enjoy!

At last! Over 1,500 DVD-quality screen captures of Carey from her breakout role as Jenny in “An Education” have been added to the gallery. She looks unbelievably lovely in every shot – enjoy!

I am in the midst of capping Ms. Mulligan’s award-winning performance in An Education, but for now, here are the extras from the DVD – over 500 captures of deleted scenes and a featurette. Expect the film caps up asap – Enjoy!

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