Great news guys! Carey is getting ready to promote “Mudbound” – she’s indeed featured on the cover of So It Goes Magazine (Issue 9). Garrett Hedlund, Carey’s co-star in the film, interviewed her. We don’t know about you, but we are really excited about this photoshoot. Be sure to get your own copy of the magazine and pre-order it here. You can already enjoy a sneak peek at Carey’s cover in our gallery!
Carey Mulligan has been set to star in Collateral, the four part BBC miniseries that puts her back in business with David Hare. Hare wrote Collateral, with SJ Clarkson is directing and The Forge producing, with production starting in April. The mini is described as a modern day state of the nation project which takes place over four days. Mulligan previously worked with Hare when she starred in his play Skylight. She originated the role on the West End and got a Tony nomination when it moved to Broadway. Mulligan next stars in Mudbound, the Dee Rees-directed film which was the biggest deal of last Sundance, with Netflix paying $12.5 million. Mulligan also stars opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in Wildlife, which marks the directorial debut of Paul Dano. Mulligan is represented by WME and Julian Belfrage and Associates.
I have finally updated our gallery with over 1,800 DVD screen captures of Carey as Ada Clare in the 2005 fifteen-part BBC television drama serial adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel Bleak House. The TV Mini-Series, which denounces the injustices of the 19th Century English legal system, drew much critical and popular praise and was nominated for 2 Golden Globes back in 2007. Be sure to check out the captures in our gallery.
As the devastating war in Syria enters its seventh year, War Child, the charity for children affected by conflict, has enlisted impassioned support from a host of famous faces who are raising awareness by standing with the charity to say ‘Enough is Enough’.
The haunting video to support War Child’s new campaign sees a star-studded cast of musicians, actors and comedians reading aloud the story of 17-year-old Syrian girl, Fatima, as she describes the horror of being forced to escape Syria.
Fatima and her family were forced to flee their home when conflict broke out in Syria, and she now lives as a refugee in Jordan. Fatima describes the trauma that her family has been forced to endure, losing their homes, livelihoods, and Fatima’s brother, who was killed in the conflict.
The video features appearances from War Child Global Ambassador, Carey Mulligan, BAFTA-winning actor, Jude Law, BRIT award-winning musicians, Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Sons and Sam Smith, mega-star Nicole Scherzinger, singer-songwriter James Bay and comedian Michael McIntyre.
Each of the supporters who features in the video makes an emotional plea demanding an end to the conflict, stating emphatically that ‘Enough is Enough.’
The video release coincides with the launch of a new report from War Child: ‘Six Years on – A War on Syria’s Children’. The reports outlines that since the conflict in Syria began on 15th March 2011, over 400,000 people have been killed including up to 55,000 children.
Oscar nominee and War Child Ambassador Carey Mulligan joined Jane Garvey on a big white sofa that we borrowed from BBC Radio 1 to talk activism and what we can do to #beboldforchange.
The third day of 2017 Sundance Film Festival was quite busy for Carey who continued the promotion of “Mudbound”. She also attended the 3rd Annual Horizon Award Presentation in Park City and was photographed for Deadline Hollywood Portraits with the cast of her movie. High-quality pictures can now be found in our gallery: