Carey Mulligan, Cate Blanchett, Bryan Cranston, Kristen Wiig, Samuel L. Jackson, and more, give us their best impressions of “not giving a damn” when they re-create the iconic scene between Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh from “Gone with the Wind.”
Carey Mulligan is appearing on one of W Magazine#s February 2016 covers to celebrate “The Movie Issue” and in particular her role in “Suffragette”.
Back in December, Variety posted a new series of their ‘Actors on Actors’ videos on YouTube, with one interview including the lovely Carey Mulligan and Elizabeth Banks. Watch it in full below:
Elizabeth Banks and Carey Mulligan are earning buzz for their portraits of strong women: Banks won some of the best notices of her career playing Melinda Ledbetter, the wife of Beach Boys singer Brian Wilson in “Love & Mercy”; and Mulligan portrays a working-class wife and mother who joins the fight for British women’s right to vote in “Suffragette.”
Apologies for the lack of updates around here lately – I have been incredibly busy with my job and the recent updates have very kindly been created by our dear friend Luciana from Jessica Chastain Network. I have just updated the gallery with some of Carey’s latest events from November. More on the way!
Carey talked to LA Times a few weeks ago about her new film, Suffragate, alongside screenwriter Abi Morgan and director Sarah Gavron.
“It sort of feels like this is the year,” Mulligan said, when feminism is “getting a basic understanding, as opposed to [feeling] like something you have to make a big deal about to stand behind. It’s a really basic idea. It isn’t that complicated.”
You can read the full interview at their website, and check the pretty portraits added in our gallery.
The Wrap has published new portraits with Carey, Bryan Cranston (Trumbo) and Lily Tomlin (Grandma) for their exclusive Actors-Directors-Writers awards season coverage.
Digital scans of their magazine issue has also been added in our gallery. Enjoy!