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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.’’
According to The West Australian, Carey will be attending the 2009 Melbourne International Film Festival which begins July 24- the opening night of the festival.
Other guests include French filmmaker Claire Denis with her new film 35 Shots of Rum, fresh-faced star Carey Mulligan from the coming-of-age drama An Education, and Michael Nyman, the minimalist composer known for his many collaborations with Peter Greenaway.
As you can see we have a brand new layout – featuring pictures of Carey with her co-star Dominic Cooper! It was designed by myself and Kaetlyn, and we wanted to try something different to the 10238475 fan sites already out there. I have gone through and re-organised every single page and section of the site, trying to make it more user-friendly, so I hope you like what I’ve done. I’ll be back to complete the gallery and video’s section later.
For now though, here is a small, albeit not brilliant quality, clip I stumbled upon: our very first look of Carey in ‘The Greatest!”
Latino Review is reporting that Carey has been cast as Winnie, Gekko’s daughter in Wall Street 2, now known as just Money Never Sleeps directed by Oliver Stone.
Winnie Gecko plays a major part in the story as she is the fiancee of Jacob (Shia LaBeouf’s character). Winnie hasn’t spoken to her father Gordon in 11 years while he was away in prison. Winnie and Gordon’s relationship is estranged since she blames her father for the suicide of her brother Rudy.
Taking place 21 years after the events in WALL STREET and set in the world of hedge fund managers around election time, Gordon Gecko agrees to help Jacob get his revenge against a hedge fund manager as long as Jacob helps restore and mend Gordon’s relationship with Winnie. Winnie works for a senator in Washington, DC.
Far From the Madding Crowd Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene Status: Complete; Out 1 May 2015 (UK)
A flirtatious young woman unexpectedly inherits a large farm and becomes romantically involved with three men.
Rumoured / In Development
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