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  1. Carey Mulligan to Play Woman Battling Psychiatric Illness on New York Stage

    11:08 am 1/13/2011

    She is set to appear in the off-Broadway play 'Through a Glass Darkly.'Read more

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  2. Carey Mulligan Joins Cast of Steve McQueen's Sophomore Feature 'Shame'

    8:05 am 12/9/2010

    She joins James Badge Dale and Michael Fassbender in the New York-set drama.Read more

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  3. Carey Mulligan, Andrea Arnold, Jane Goldman Among Women in Film and TV Honorees

    4:32 am 12/3/2010

    Ceremony hosted by Julie Walters for 1,000 of film and TV's most influential industry guests.Read more

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  4. Netflix Secures Streaming Deal with FilmDistrict

    5:31 pm 12/1/2010

    Upcoming titles including "Drive" and "Lockout" will be available on service before pay TV debuts.Read more

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  5. Carey Mulligan Offered Role in 'Great Gatsby'

    7:22 pm 11/15/2010

    Actress poised to play Daisy Buchanan opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire in director Baz Luhrmann's feature adaptation.Read more

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  6. About Town: Britannia Awards

    5:40 pm 11/9/2010

    Century City, Nov. 4Read more

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  7. The Business: AFM Heats Up

    2:16 pm 11/9/2010

    George Clooney arrived on a bike to boost deals on 'The Ides of March' and FilmDistrict acquired U.S. rights to 'Lockout,' starring Guy Pearce, as more than $800 million changed hands at AFM.Read more

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  8. FilmDistrict Nabs Rights to Ryan Gosling Film 'Drive'

    2:59 pm 11/7/2010

    The crime tale also stars Carey Mulligan and Bryan Cranston.Read more

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  9. Andrew Garfield His Own Biggest Critic About 'Spider-Man' Casting

    11:46 am 11/6/2010

    New Peter Parker says he will watch new ‘Spider-Man’ and ask, ‘Why did they cast this English fool?’Read more

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  10. Never Let Me Go -- Film Review

    5:34 pm 9/6/2010

    Mark Romanek's "Never Let Me Go" is expertly acted, impeccably photographed, intelligently written and even intermittently touching, but the film is also too parched and ponderous to connect with a large audience.Read more

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