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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Carey Mulligan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Carey Mulligan, often where they are interviewed.

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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Carey Mulligan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Carey Mulligan, often where they are interviewed.

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Spotlight on Carey Mulligan and The King of Staten Island

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Carey Mulligan is one of the best and most underrated actresses of her generation staring in films like An Education, Drive, Inside Llewyan Davis, and Wildlife. The King of Staten Island is a semi-autobiographical comedy starring Pete Davidson directed by Judd Apatow. I talk about Mulligan and the movie King of Staten Island on this podcast Listen and Enjoy! 

Jun 25 2020

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Spotlight: Ep54 CAREY MULLIGAN

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CAREY MULLIGAN

We are back with our bi-weekly spin-off series and this episode is a good one!

Carey Mulligan is one of the more incredibly talented and horribly underrated actor in Hollywood today.  Listen in while we try to convince you of the amazing range that this actress has only begun to show us.

Films like Drive, Inside Llewyn Davis, The Great Gatsby, An Education, Never Let Me Go and Shame are just a few examples of how great she is.

Join us for this quick but fun episode !

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Apr 19 2020

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Ep 170. Carey Mulligan

Off Camera with Sam Jones
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When Carey Mulligan first stepped foot on set of 2005’s Pride & Prejudice, she was convinced she won the lottery. It was her first professional job and her first time acting in front of a camera, but there she was, acting alongside Judi Dench, Keira Knightly, and Jena Malone. “The entire experience was like summer camp; it didn’t feel like work at all.” Carey was living her dream, but she was still convinced it was all a fluke. “I remember thinking, ‘After this, I’ll reapply to drama school.’” In reality, her acting career had just begun—with the best yet to come.

Her first lead role came in 2009 with the coming-of-age film An Education. Her compelling performance led to an Oscar “Best Actress” nomination and widespread critical acclaim, even though Carey was originally devastated when she first watched her performance: “It was like listening to your voice on the answering machine and wincing because of how awful you sound—but multiply that by 500.” She had gotten so used to flying under the radar in supporting roles that she was unaccustomed to the pressure and spotlight of the lead. Carey was convinced her first shot would be her last—“Sundance is going to be a disaster. They’re going to send me home.” Of course, the opposite happened.

Since then, she’s amassed a stunning body of work onscreen and onstage (Shame, Far From the Madding Crowd, Mudbound, Girls & Boys, and many more), and her incredible performance in Wildlife, Paul Dano’s directorial debut, is the newest addition. She plays a unique female character, struggling to find her identity underneath the crippling expectations that come with her role as a wife and mother in the 1960s. As a complicated and volatile woman, her character is not without controversy for those used to more idealistic portrayals of women—“It’s amazing that we still live in a world where a real, complex woman, expressing herself in a multitude of ways, is dismissed as unrealistic because she’s not what we want to see.” But she cherishes the opportunity to change hearts and minds through her work.

Carey joins Off Camera to talk about battling stage fright, learning how to put her insecurities in perspective, and why sometimes the key to unlocking a character is to…take off your shoes.

Apr 02 2020

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Carey Mulligan Plays a "Promising Young Woman" at Sundance

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Both Carey Mulligan and Bo Burnham have had memorable Sundance success stories in their past but now they can add the debut of "Promising Young Woman" to the list. Josh chats with both about their darkly comic film. Plus, Ben meets two of the upcoming stars of "Beast Beast".

Feb 01 2020

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Episode 116 - Carey Mulligan w/Special Guest Kait Concannon

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The crew reviews the best and worst of Carey Mulligan with Special Guest Kait Concannon!!!

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Jan 28 2020

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Carey Mulligan and Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman)

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Promising Young Woman stars Carey Mulligan as a young woman who goes to nightclubs and acts too drunk to stand. When nice guys take her home, they realize she isn't as helpless as she seems — and that they aren't very nice. That's just scratching the surface of the wickedly funny, brilliant Sundance debut for writer-director Emerald Fennell, who tells us she designed the film to feel like a great first date gone terrible awry.

Fennell is an actress and novelist as well as a screenwriter-director -- she plays Camilla on The Crown -- and you know Mulligan from films like Never Let Me Go, Shame, The Great Gatsby and Suffragette. They talk with us about the confectionary look of the film, how they first met, and why films directed by women overcome a level of quality control that films directed by men sometimes don't.

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Jan 27 2020

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Carey Mulligan - 'Wildlife'

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An actors’ actor who is just 33, but already has more than a decade of acclaimed stage and screen work under her belt, on breaking out of period pieces, overcoming fears and her latest role, in which she gives, in the view of the New York Times' film critic, "the best performance of any I’ve seen in film this year."

But first: Roger Ross Williams, the first black director ever to win an Oscar, and Kristi Jacobson join Scott to discuss their Oscar-eligible documentary short 'Take Back the Harbor,' which shows how high school students are using oysters to clean the polluted waters around New York.

Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg, recorded and produced by Matthew Whitehurst.

Dec 09 2018

1hr 24mins

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Carey Mulligan talks to Simon about her new film Wildlife. Plus the UK Box Office Top 10 and Mark reviews the week's new films including Widows, Slaughterhouse Rulez, The Nutcracker And The Four Realms, Peterloo and Juliet, Naked.

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Nov 02 2018

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Wildlife - Carey Mulligan Q&A

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Actor Carey Mulligan speaks about her new film WILDLIFE with moderator Ted Mundorff (President/CEO of Landmark Theatres).

Recorded at the Landmark in Los Angeles on 10/19/18.

Oct 19 2018

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#RenzlerREWIND 'Drive' (2011) Staring Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan | #21

No Small Parts
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Guest host Skyler Irvine is joined by film maker and RenzlerMedia Content Producer Brandon Burchard to discuss the 2011 Film 'Drive'.
RenzlerREWIND is a new segment where we look back at the movies that deserve at least a 2nd watch. On this episode we discuss:
- Why the movie "Drive" was worth taking a deep dive into
- Why Ryan Gosling's character broke all the stereotypes
- How the LACK OF DIALOGUE made the whole movie
- Why Nicolas Winding Refn (the director) made everyone in the movie live in one house in LA while filming the movie
- Why this movie was better not being a "Blockbuster"
- The story of Ryan Gosling meeting the director
- Why the music was perfect
- Allowing the film to feel small and using silence to make the violence more intense
- The originally casted Hugh Jackman for Ryan Gosling's part. Would that have made the movie better or worse?
- What about Keanu Reeves?
- Oscar Isaac's character and why it was perfect
- Albert Brooks shaving his eye brows and nailing his first violent role
- Bryan Cranston being the perfect character
- Why they never revealed the name of Ryan Gosling's character
- Who is the MVP of this movie?
- Lighting and making LA feel small and gritty

Let us know what you thought of the movie "Drive!" What other movies would you like to see broken down? Let us know in the comments!

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Jan 04 2018

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