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February 1st, 2010

The gallery is now sporting a brand new layout thanks so much to my good friend Laura! I hope everyone loves it as much as I do 😀

I have added a brand new photoshoot as well as quite a few additions to Session 019 to the gallery which are also new. Enjoy! :)

The first outtake of the photoshoot for the annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Edition has been released and added to our gallery. You can view a behind the scenes video of the shoot under the cut. Captures will be added soon!

Carey Mulligan’s first movie role was as Keira Knightley’s giddy sister in Pride and Prejudice. A moment later, the former Catholic-boarding-school student was the buzz of Sundance, thanks to her exquisite performance as a 1960s English high-school senior in An Education. Big-league directors haven’t wasted any time in filling up the 24-year-old’s dance card. Mark Romanek chose her as the lead in Never Let Me Go, while Oliver Stone cast her in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, as the daughter of Gordon Gekko and the fiancée of trader Shia LaBeouf—who also happens to be her real-life love.

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Last night Carey attended the 62nd Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards, looking beautiful as always! Nearly 50 images have already been added, with hopefully more on the way! I have also found a beautiful new still of Carey from “The Greatest”; check that out here.

May I also welcome the newest member of Team Carey, Annika, who I’m sure you’ll be hearing plenty from very soon :) Finally, you can now also access this site from http://carey-mulligan.org – Yay!

Pixar’s Up has been named film of the year at the Richard Attenborough Film Awards, presented annually by regional film critics across the UK.

Carey Mulligan was named best actress for An Education, getting an additional prize for being the year’s rising star.

James Cameron has won the filmmaker of the year prize for Avatar, while Moon star Sam Rockwell was named best actor.

Lord Attenborough has been declared an “all-time legend” at the awards, which have borne his name since 2008.

“I offer my warmest congratulations to this admirable set of winners and I am honoured to be included amongst them,” the 86-year-old director said.

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There is a sneak preview of the new Vanity Fair: Hollywood Edition and Carey shares the cover alongside Kristen Stewart and Abbie Cornish! You can view the preview right here. This issue will hit the stands on February 9th and subscribers will receive it on February 20th.

Thanks so much to my good friend Lisa, I’ve added an absolutely gorgeous new/old photoshoot to the gallery! This shoot is definitely one of my favorites! Enjoy 😀

Thanks to Belinda for letting me know that currently up for bid at their auction site is a screenplay for “An Education” signed by Carey Mulligan! The auction ends tonight at 5PM PST so please check out the auction store for more! You can view the product’s page here to place a bid :)

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