Carey Mulligan

Carey Mulligan: ‘Women have been having these conversations for millennia’

By Hannah Strong

Carey Mulligan is into taking risks, and her role as Cassie Thomas might just be her biggest one yet.

Toxic Avenger: Emerald Fennell on Promising Young Woman

By Hannah Strong

The writer/director shares her love of Paris Hilton and her frustrations with the way we talk about women in film.

Promising Young Woman

By Hannah Strong

A ferocious lead turn by Carey Mulligan super-charges this shocking, outspoken debut that pulls none of its punches.

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The Dig

By David Jenkins

Carey Mulligan shines in this dour archeological drama on the discovery of the Sutton Hoo historical payload.

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LWLies 84: The Promising Young Woman Issue – On Sale Now!

By Hannah Strong

Our spring issue celebrates first-time director Emerald Fennell’s scorching black comedy.

Promising Young Women – first look review

By Hannah Strong

Carey Mulligan is on blistering form in Emerald Fennell’s darkly comic, provocative debut feature.

Carey Mulligan takes revenge in the Promising Young Woman trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The teaser for Killing Eve showrunner Emerald Fennell’s debut features a cover of Britney Spears’ ‘Toxic’.

Paul Dano: ‘When I gave the first draft to Zoe, she pretty much tore it apart’

By Hannah Strong

The long-time actor, first-time director sits down with us to talk about his sublime debut feature, Wildlife.

Wildlife

By Hannah Strong

Paul Dano makes his directorial debut with a poignant character study set in 1950s Montana.

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Paul Dano’s Wildlife gets a stunning first trailer

By Adam Woodward

Carey Mulligan plays a lovelorn 1960s housewife in the actor’s impressive directorial debut.

Mudbound

By David Jenkins

Two men return from war only to be confronted by racism in Dee Rees’ vital and sprawling American epic.

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Far from the Madding Crowd

By Trevor Johnston

Carey Mulligan shimmers in an otherwise fairly ordinary adaptation of the Thomas Hardy classic.

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Shame

By Adam Woodward

Steve McQueen’s erotically-charged descent into sex addiction is by turns raw, elegant and uncompromising.

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