British actress Carey Mulligan was anxious when she played F. Scott Fitzgerald's American heroine Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann's 2013 adaptation of "The Great Gatsby."
Quick! Who had Carey Mulligan in the pool? (The accompanying article about her in Vogue is, by the way, a good one.) Read More...
Carey Mulligan poses for photos while attending a special luncheon for her movie Far from the Madding Crowd on Tuesday (April 21) at La Grenouille Restaurant in New York City. The 29-year-old actress was joined by her co-star Matthias Schoenaerts, Ellen Burstyn, and the stars of Broadway’s Finding Neverland, Matthew Morrison and Laura Michelle Kelly. [...]
La Grenouille experienced a British invasion yesterday for a lunch celebrating the film Far From the Madding Crowd, based on Thomas Hardy's beloved 19th century novel. Carey Mulligan, currently starring in Skylight on Broadway, plays Bathsheba Everdene, a strong-willed and occasionally wrong-headed heroine, a pre-feminist, you could call her. Show More Summary
Women in Hollywood - like Carey Mulligan, Rose Byrne, and Geena Davis - are pretty done with its sexist garbage, and they're all speaking out about it this week.
Her new film “Far From the Madding Crowd” hits theaters on May 1st, and Carey Mulligan is featured on the front of the May 2015 issue of WSJ magazine. The “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” star confesses that she used to write letters to celebrities she admired- “I was such a weird, geeky kid. Show More Summary
The Suffragette actor wants more interesting film roles for women.
Carey Mulligan recently migrated to NYC from her native London for her role in the Broadway revival of Skylight, and as seen in this Vogue video, the New York state of mind is really rubbing off on her. In the short film, Carey explains...Show More Summary
In a shocking video released today by Vogue, Academy Award-nominated actress and former Englishwoman Carey Mulligan suggested that she has renounced her citizenship of the United Kingdom and become a New Yorker. Mulligan moved to the...Show More Summary
Her new movie “Far From the Madding Crowd” hits theaters on May 1st, and Carey Mulligan is featured on the front of the May 2015 issue of Vogue magazine. Though she’s won a slew of awards, the “Inside Llewyn Davis” actress tries to fly below the radar as much as possible- “I have always felt that the less people know about me, the better. Show More Summary
And Derek Zoolander hints at yet another cast member for "Zoolander 2."
Carey Mulligan looks beautiful in her red dress on the cover of Vogue‘s May 2015 issue, on newsstands April 21. Here is what the 29-year-old actress, photographed with her Far from the Madding Crowd co-star Matthias Schoenaerts, had to share with the mag: On trying to keep her life private: “I have always felt that [...]
Normally I post Graham Norton clips on Saturday, but life doesn't always go according to plan. This week, Graham had Carey Mulligan, Noomi Rapace, and a British TV person called Amanda Holden whose nipples are apparently a big deal? I'm...
LeAnn Rimes and English singer David Gray pose together while making an appearance at the BBC Breakfast Studios on Friday (April 17) in Manchester, England. The 32-year-old singer wasn’t the only one promoting with BBC, Carey Mulligan was also spotted arriving at the BBC Studios to chat about her new film Far from the Madding [...]
Carey Mulligan rocks a blue blazer while stopping by the BBC Radio 1 studios on Thursday (April 16) in London, England. The 29-year-old actress recently opened up about her Far from the Madding Crowd co-stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Sheen, and Tom Sturridge. “It was fun, it was great. They’re such good characters, so different, and [...]
Following on the heels of Claire Danes (Romeo and Juliet), Nicole Kidman (Moulin Rouge) and Carey Mulligan (The Great Gatsby), Baz Luhrmann has discovered his new leading lady, who will make her acting debut in The Get Down, Luhrmann's new Netflix Original Series set to debut in 2016.
I call this photo Hoiking In Action. Read More...
Carey Mulligan is fighting for the right to vote in this trailer for Suffragette, out in limited release on October 23rd.
The upcoming film documents the British women's voting-rights movement of the early 20th century.
Brendan Gleeson delivering a misogynist rant + Meryl Streep firmly whispering “ Never surrender. Never give up the fight” in a fake British accent + Carey Mulligan scurrying around and looking worried in early 20th century garb = we’re going to Suffragette for Jezebel Movie night! Read more...