November 19th, 2009 · Site
Just wanted to let everyone know that with the amount of on set photos from “Wall Street 2” we probably won’t be updating the main site as much with those related updates as there are so many! Instead, keep checking the latest uploads for more photos as the album will most likely be updated daily!
Hi there! Amanda has very kindly allowed me to join the staff here at Carey Mulligan Online – I’ve been a huge fan since I saw the lovely Miss Mulligan in ‘Pride & Prejudice’ and the Doctor Who episode “Blink” so I’m very excited I can contribute to this lovely site.
For my first update, I bring you DVD extras from ‘Pride & Prejudice’! Captures from the film are being made as I write this entry, so expect those asap!
Thanks to my good friend Chloe we now have the Empire Magazine scan from November 2009! Thanks Chloe
Carey attended the MOCA NEW 30th Anniversary Gala last night looking very chic and gorgeous. 11 photos have been added and I’ll be adding more as they come along!
EDIT: 13 more photos have been added
EDIT 2: 18 more photos have been added, thank you Celyn!
I’ve added another photo from session 12 to the gallery
I’ve added 6 more new photos of Carey shooting her spread for Vanity Fair magazine to the gallery. I also have a whole bunch (and I mean a whole bunch!) of “Wall Street 2” on set photos so expect those to be uploaded soon and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter!
Thanks to my good friend Mariana for sending in a scan of Carey in Evening Standard magazine from October 30! It’s a nice, albeit short, interview but Carey explains why her hair is so short
Also, if any of you have Twitter, feel free to follow Carey Mulligan Online @CareyMOnline!
I’ve added a few more on set photos from “Wall Street 2” and this time Carey is with her director, Oliver Stone, and co-star Michael Douglas looking absolutely gorgeous in a black ball gown!
One of the opportunities to come out of “An Education” is Mulligan’s role in Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps,” in which she stars as Winnie Gekko, opposite Michael Douglas as her father, Gordon Gekko. Though that film is currently in production and her breakout role in “An Education” has Hollywood insiders buzzing, Mulligan says it’s been difficult to convince friends and family that things are going well in Los Angeles. “I used to be on BBC One a lot in these costume dramas, so occasionally my parents’ friends would see me. Nothing I’ve done [recently] has come out, so, of course, they’re like, ‘Well, clearly she’s struggling,’ ” Mulligan says with a laugh.
You can read the rest of the interview right here.