Carey Mulligan

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‘Maestro’ Is a Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan Star Vehicle But a Just Fine Second Feature


Bradley Cooper’s Maestro puts the filmmaker front and center, but his acting far surpasses his directorial eye for his second feature.

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Carey Mulligan and the Deconstruction of the Likable Woman


To this day, the Oscar-nominated star of ‘An Education’ never stops schooling us on the power of reinvention.

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Bo Burnham on the Unrepeatable Audacity of ‘Promising Young Woman’


We talk with the actor about his desire to participate in ‘Promising Young Woman’ even when he struggled to comprehend its tone.

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‘Promising Young Woman’ Upends Expectations In Dark, Demented, and Delirious Ways


As funny as it is tragic, as powerful as it is necessary.

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‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ and the Battlefield of Authenticity


The Coen Brothers’ 2013 film poses big questions about musical authenticity and sellout culture.

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The Skin She Lives In: The Effortlessness of Carey Mulligan


Carey Mulligan never fits into any one type of role. Instead, the actress has wowed audiences and critics time and again with her versatility, and her quiet resilience.

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‘Wildlife’ Review: Paul Dano’s First Directorial Effort Yields Promising Results (NYFF)


Mulligan, Gyllenhaal, and Oxenbould shine in Dano’s fiery 1960s drama about a fracturing family.

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Cannes 2018: ‘Wildlife’ Offers a Look Behind the Facade of Suburbia


Carey Mulligan is astounding in this tale of suburban angst by Paul Dano in his directorial debut.

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Carey Mulligan Will Play Gloria Steinem in Dee Rees’ ‘An Uncivil War’


Another case of the rival biopic!