Adoring Carey Mulligan

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Following last week’s update, I now bring you photoshoots & portraits of Carey from 2016 to 2007. Be sure to visit our gallery often throughout the following days as I am still revamping our gallery – a great deal of pictures will be added in the days to come!



As I said a few weeks ago via Twitter, the site is now available under a brand new domain: Carey-Mulligan.com. The site can still be browsed through the old domain but I strongly suggest you use the new one from now on. To celebrate the beginning of the new year, I have decided to revamp our gallery for the better. To kick things off, I’ve replaced all public appearances photos from 2015 to 2014 with higher-quality ones. Enjoy!



As Alzheimer’s Society’s first U.K. Global Dementia Friends Ambassador, Carey guest-hosted BBC Radio 4’s Best of Today last week. She opened up about her grandmother who has been living with dementia since 2004 and raises awareness about the disease and how it affects families.


The Sundance Film Festival has unveiled the competition and lineup for its 33rd edition, which will take place at the beginning of next year, from January 19 to 29. We are delighted to see that Carey’s ‘Mudbound’, which also stars Jason Clarke and Garrett Hedlund, will be part of the festival. Along with the announcement, the first production still of Carey as Laura McAllan has been revealed – now available in our gallery.

In the post–World War II South, two families are pitted against a barbaric social hierarchy and an unrelenting landscape as they simultaneously fight the battle at home and the battle abroad. This epic pioneer story is about friendship, heritage and the unending struggle for and against the land.


I’ve just added a few high-quality pictures of Carey attending a rally for Aleppo outside Downing Street in London on October 22. She spoke to call out the British government to take decisive action and end the bloodshed in the war-ravaged country.


Carey attended a staged reading of the Dublin III regulation as part of a production called Last Chance which was hosted at the Young Vic theatre in London. Actors Juliet Stevenson and Samuel West also attended. 2 high-quality images have been added to our gallery – thank you Elle (joe-keery.com) for sending these our way.


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