As previously announced, Carey Mulligan is set to appear in an 8-part webseries called “The Walker”. You can watch the first episode, “What Being A Celebrity Escort Is Like” on YouTube, and screen captures have now been added to the gallery.
The term “The Walkers” first appeared in a 1970s Women’s Wear Daily article referring to “lifelong bachelors” (a.k.a. closeted gay men) who accompanied ladies to events when their husbands couldn’t. This series is a modern-day interpretation of what it means to be the ultimate plus one in a world of reality TV and celebrity friendships.
Meet Walker, a man with too many best friends — both real and fake. On one hand, he has his socialites. On the other, he’s got his close-knit group of besties. However, he’ll soon find out that friendship is a tricky business. Especially when it’s your business.
It has been announced online today that “Suffragette” will be opening in the UK three weeks earlier than originally intended. The new date has been set as 12 October; this date is the first Monday following the film’s European Premiere as the Opening Night of the BFI London Film Festival on 7 October 2015. To coinside with this news, another new poster has also been revealed and can be seen up in the gallery.
The gallery has just been updated with 1,632 Blu-Ray screen captures of Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene in Thomas Vinterberg’s adaptation of the 1874 novel “Far from the Madding Crowd” by Thomas Hardy. Starring alongside Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Sheen, Tom Sturridge and Juno Temple, the plot unfolds in Victorian England, where the independent and headstrong farm owner Bathsheba Everdene (Mulligan) attracts three very different suitors: Gabriel Oak (Schoenaerts), a sheep farmer; Frank Troy (Sturridge), a reckless Sergeant; and William Boldwood (Sheen), a prosperous and mature bachelor. The film was positively received, with particular praise given to Carey’s performance as Bathsheba; Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers, in his three out of four star review, said “Vinterberg may rush the final act, but he brings out the wild side in Mulligan, who can hold a close-up like nobody’s business. She’s a live wire in a movie that knows how to stir up a classic for the here and now.”
With so many streaming outlets now available, it seems everyone on the web wants to launch their own arm of original programming. And so it goes with lifestyle site Refinery29 who have rounded up a pretty starry ensemble for their webseries “The Walker” (which isn’t to be confused with the Paul Schrader film of the same name).
Carey Mulligan, Zoe Kazan, Gabourey Sidibe, and more feature in the show that will follow a real life celebrity bestie (apparently) Rightor Doyle, in a scripted version of what he encounters day-to-day. “’The Walker’ is an exploration of how friendships can be the most loving, confounding and rewarding relationships in your life,” he told ET. “It is my love letter to women, and to New York, and to friendship in all its many wild and wonderful forms.”
I dunno, sounds like “Look At My Fabulous Life: The Show,” but we’ll see. It debuts on Thursday and runs eight episodes long. Check out the trailer below.
The first official posters for Carey Mulligan’s latest film “Suffragette” were released online today, and you can view HQ versions up in the gallery.
Hello everyone! Thinks are fairly quiet around here at the moment as Carey has now finished working on “Skylight” so I’m busy working behind the scenes and have just added over 70 high-quality photoshoot and portrait images, replacing several of the old MQ shots and even adding a few that were missing. Huge thanks to Luciana for the donations. Enjoy!
On Sunday (07 June) were the 69th Annual Tony Awards, where Carey Mulligan was nominated for her role in “Skylight”. Unfortunately the main accolade went to Helen Mirren, but Carey certainly wowed on the red carpet in a gorgeous oxblood dress by Balenciaga. High-quality images are now up in the gallery.
A new, full-length trailer for Carey’s upcoming film “Suffragette” has just been released online today. Watch it in full below: