As promised, I have just uploaded 801 Blu-Ray quality screen captures of Carey from Never Let Me Go. This is a really beautiful film and Carey is wonderful in it, alongside Andrew Garfield and Keira Knightley. This means that we now have captures of all of Carey’s film projects! There are only two TV projects missing, but I’m hoping to add them asap. Stay tuned!
The long list of nominees for the British Academy Film Awards have been announced and Carey is one of the fifteen chosen for Best Actress, sharing the list with Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams, Nicole Kidman and Noomi Rapace amongst others!
The longlists are made up of the 15 contenders in each category, chosen by BAFTA members in the first round of voting, which closed January 5. In the second round, voters will select the five nominees, to be unveiled January 18. The BAFTAs will be awarded on February 13
I have finally added some lovely scans of Carey from the 2008 edition of Screen International thanks to a very kind donation, click on the thumbnails to see the full size versions in our gallery:
Happy New Year everyone! To start off 2011, I have just added over 500 HD screen captures of Carey in her role as Winnie Gekko from Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Stay tuned for even more updates, including BluRay-quality captures of Carey in Never Let Me Go!
I just wanted to share with you a couple of inspiring quotes from Carey’s current Elle UK interview – I think it’s lovely to see our favourite girl embracing natural looking bodies!
Carey Mulligan has a thin figure to begin with so it is hard to imagine, but she recently had to lose weight for her role in An Education, an Oscar nominated film.? It is certainly an experience that Carey does is not wishing to repeat in the future.
Weetabix for breakfast, soup for lunch and salad for dinner. ‘No, I will not have that glass of wine! Put that pizza away!’ It was not fun. I look back and it’s really, really not worth depriving yourself,” says the star.
Weetabix is a whole bran biscuit that is commonly served like cereal over milk.? It can be served hot or cold and with or without other adaptations such as fruit or sugar, although it is doubtful Carey was adding sugar.
Even though Carey went on this diet for the sake of her movie character, she would not recommend anyone doing it.? She wasn’t even pleased with the results once she saw the movie for herself.
I was very thin at the beginning of ‘An Education’ and I remember the scene where I’m dancing and you can see my spine. Yuck,” Mulligan reveals. “I would never want to be so thin that someone would think it was a good idea to be thin, and make themselves miserable.”
With a new year quickly approaching, we’re doing more than stocking up on Champagne and re-remembering the lyrics to “Auld Lang Syne.” We’re also stopping to reflect on the year that was: and what a year 2010 was for fashion, music, and film. Ke$ha convinced us to throw away our toothbrushes; Justin Bieber melted 12-year-old hearts worldwide; and James Franco managed to juggle about nine careers at once. They (and 15 others) deserve to be recognized for their efforts! And so, without further ado, we are proud to present: Interview’s Faces of 2010.
The Newly-Minted Icon: Carey Mulligan
We fell in love with Carey Mulligan last year, after her star-making role in An Education. So it was with great pleasure that we watched her flourish in 2010: starring in The Greatest, with Susan Sarandon and Pierce Brosnan; the heart-wrenching Never Let Me Go; and Oliver Stone’s Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, with Michael Douglas and Shia LaBoeuf. Mulligan’s reputation as Hollywood’s best young actress was cemented in November, when she beat out an impressive slate of peers (Scarlett Johansson, Natalie Portman, Amanda Seyfried-the list goes on) to be cast as Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby. Mulligan will take on another iconic role soon, as well: she’s playing Eliza Doolittle a remake My Fair Lady written by Emma Thompson.
Quotable in 2010: “I do remember when Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes came to see The Seagull. I didn’t know that they were there until afterwards, but it was one of those nights where I just couldn’t get myself into the play, where I get offstage and get into a taxi to go home and am like, ‘That was horrible.’ But afterwards, I was taking off my costume, and someone said, ‘Oh my god-Kate Winslet was here!’ I just burst into tears,” Mulligan confessed in April.