Carey has been nominated as Featured Actress in a Play for her stage work in The Seagull by the 54th Annual Drama Desk Awards.
Featured Actress in a Play
Rebecca Hall, “The Cherry Orchard”
Zoe Kazan, “The Seagull”
Angela Lansbury, “Blithe Spirit”
Andrea Martin, “Exit the King”
Carey Mulligan, “The Seagull”
Condola Rashad, “Ruined”
Congratulations on the nomination Carey! You obviously deserve all the recognition with the brilliant work that you do and good luck! We’ll keep you all posted on the outcome of the awards.
Mark Romanek? is currently on location in the UK town of Clevedon, North Somerset, filming his melancholy sci-fi mystery? Never Let Me Go? with? Keira Knightley,? Carey Mulligan,? Andrew Garfield? and just about every other great British actor currently in their 20s. In case you do not yet know, it was adapted by? Alex Garland? – who previously scripted? 28 Days Later? and a draft of the proposed? Halo? film – from a novel by? Kazuo Ishiguro. (…)?
Mulligan has the lead role of Kathy H., and Knightley has the supporting part of Ruth.
I have added lots of new pictures from behind the scenes to our gallery. Thanks to Sweet Keira for some of these!
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A little-known 24-year-old British actress has emerged as the “It” girl of this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Carey Mulligan is being compared to Audrey Hepburn for her vastly different performances in two films directed by women that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
Directed by Lone Scherfig, the Danish filmmaker known for her 2000 comedy Italian for Beginners, and with a script by the London writer Nick Hornby, the film has been receiving rave reviews since it was screened on Sunday night. “There’s no movie in this festival that’s quite as ravishing, as witty, as well-acted or as satisfying overall as An Education,” writes Andrew O’Hehir on salon.com. He goes on to describe Mulligan’s turn as the precocious 16-year-old Jenny as “a performance of Audrey Hepburn-esque starmaking intensity”.
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I have been going through various sources I’ve saved over the weeks, and today I added 4 pretty new photos to the gallery – click on each thumbnail to see the image in full:
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With a huge thanks to Heather, I have now added some screencaps from Carey’s appearance in Doctor Who:
It was a fabulous episode, and I’d recommend it to anyone who hasn’t yet seen it – fans and non-fans, it’s definitely worth a watch!
Thanks to the very lovely Mel, who made this layout for us – I have managed to inject come beauty back into Carey Mulligan Online. Please bear with me while I fix up the rest of the site.
Later:? PopSugar has released some photos of Carey and co-star Keira Knightley on the set of Never Let Me Go? – I have added these pictures to our gallery, click on the previews below to see them all.
It seems that upgrading wordpress to the newest version means loosing your pretty theme! I’m very sorry that the site now look so plain. To make up for it, I did make a new gallery layout today.?
I’m going to leave the site in this temporary state while I try and come up with a new layout, I’m aiming to inject some fun and colour into the site, because at the moment – it’s pretty boring.
While you wait for that, I’ll be trying to get the gallery up to date, so don’t disappear, and keep checking back here for fab picture updates!
My apologies for the recent lack of updates. To make up for it however, I have added some nice photo shoot images from a set Carey did in 2007 to our gallery. Click on the thumbnails below to see more:
I have been working more ‘behind the scenes’ of the site recently, but don’t worry – some real updates will be coming your way very soon!
Hi, Siobhan here! As you can see we have a brand new layout! Made by my super talented friend Tran. I hope you like it! As you’ll probably discover, most of the pages are currently down – but that’s just because I’m currently revamping them, so keep checking back – they’ll be back very soon.
According to Variety.com Carey is set to star in the sci-fi thriller “Never Let Me Go” for Fox Searchlight.
Story revolves around a trio who grew up in a boarding school with no contact or knowledge of the outside world until they discover they are clones grown for the sole purpose of organ donation.
Filming is set to begin in April in London and Norfolk, England.