Shia LaBeouf and his co-star (and real-life girlfriend)? Carey Mulligan? hold hands as they take a romantic stroll through the SoHo neighborhood of of New York City on Wednesday morning (September 2).
Shia, 23, and? Carey, 24, are in town currently shooting producer-director? Oliver Stone’s? Wall Street? sequel,? Money Never Sleeps. (Source)
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It seems that these two cuties may be more than just friends after all!
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I have added two pictures from a 2009 appearance that we seemed to have missed in the gallery. It’s from the 2009 CDFA Awards in New York City honoring Calvin Klein. I have also added two more portraits from Berline “An Education” in the gallery. Enjoy!
Making the most of his time in? New York City,? Shia LaBeouf? was spotted out and about despite the heavy rain yesterday afternoon (August 23).
The “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” actor was joined by his rumored new girlfriend Carey Mulligan whom he treated to a romantic lunch date before hailing a cab in the West Village.
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It is more likely that Shia and Carey are just lunching together after working together on their new film, but it’s nice to see them getting along well!
Last night Carey attended the premiere for ‘The September Issue’, looking very summery and colourful! 14 Pictures have been added to our gallery from the event:
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Hello everyone, we have some exciting news today! Carey has officially been cast in Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps”!
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – English actress Carey Mulligan will play Gordon Gekko’s daughter in “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps.” Mulligan joins Michael Douglas (Gekko), Shia LaBeouf and Frank Langella in the sequel to the 1987 film. Josh Brolin is in talks for a role in the movie. Mulligan’s character is romantically linked to LaBeouf’s, a young Wall Street broker on his way up.
In other movie news, it seems Carey has been replaced in “Brighton Rock” although we have no statement as to why she was replaced.
Some stunning images have been released from Carey’s shoots for T Magazine, she looks beautiful in every single one!
Don’t forget, you can purchase the magazine in stores on the 16th August, or pre-order from this website now!
Very exciting news today!
To celebrate its fifth anniversary, T magazine asked five artists to re-imagine its logo and five fashion designers to create personas for the Hollywood newcomer Carey Mulligan. The result: five spectacular versions of T magazine on Aug. 16, 2009.
Visit The New York Times Store to read the full version and purchase the magazines! (scroll down for individual copies)
If anyone is lucky enough to get a copy, and would be able to scan it for us I would be more than grateful as I am based in the UK and cannot order the magazine myself.
Edit:? I have added some small cover previews to our gallery – such a versatile collection!
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Edit Numero 2:? As you can see we have a brand new layout! Please excuse the mess while I convert everything.
Two stunning new photo shoots have emerged of Carey, which have been added to our gallery. Doesn’t she look beautiful?
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I will be working hard throughout the coming weeks to improve the site and make it more up to date and prettier, so keep checking back for some great updates and organisation!
The Age has a new article and new accompanying photo of Carey at Melbourne yesterday!
The last year has proved something of an education for Mulligan, who was best known previously for guest-starring in the terrifying Dr Who episode Blink — the one with the malevolent angel statues. Although she has worked steadily in film and television and on stage since she won the part of Kitty in the 2005 film Pride and Prejudice straight out of high school, An Education is Mulligan’s first lead role.
‘‘No one exactly bestows advice on you,’’ says Mulligan. ‘‘You learn by watching what others do.’’
Emma Thompson, who plays Mulligan’s implacable headmistress, was on first-name terms with the entire film crew ‘‘within 20 minutes of coming on set’’, says Mulligan, and sealed the deal by buying beer and pizza for all.
Screenwriter Hornby ‘‘has become a mentor’’, she says.
‘‘He’s become a really good friend — he’s helped me with all the choices I’ve been making this year.’’
I forgot to include these in the last gallery update, but I’ve upload stills of Carey in Agatha Christie Marple: The Sittaford Mystery in the gallery. Check them out!