Carey Mulligan talks about Never Let Me Go
From Los Angeles Times's Hero Complex:
'Never Let Me Go' comes to the screen -- and Carey Mulligan learns to drive
Now comes the film, due next year, from director Mark Romanek, (“One Hour Photo”) and writer Alex Garland (“The Beach”). It stars Keira Knightley, Andrew Garfield, and the "It" girl of the moment, Carey Mulligan, as Kathy.
“When I read the book three years ago, I said I have to play Kathy,“ the gamine Mulligan said during her recent publicity tour for “An Education."
"I was so moved by it," the actress said. "That story between her and Tommy is so beautiful. The end where in the book he says -- it’s not in the film -- ‘Sometimes I think of us like two people standing in a river and there’s water rushing around us and we’re holding on to each other tight and trying not to get swept away.' "[Photo: Carey Mulligan. Credit: Ken Hively / Los Angeles Times]
Speaking of Carey Mulligan...
Box Office: “Education” Scores High Marks; “Paranormal Activity” Explodes
Lone Scherfig’s “An Education” lived up to its hype this weekend. According to estimates, the Sony Pictures Classics release - touted as an Oscar contender since its Sundance premiere - grossed $162,381 from just four screens, averaging $40,595. That’s the fourth best specialty debut of the year, and marks the third weekend in a row in which a film has topped the chart with a $40,000+ per-theater-average. In fact, three of the year’s top four specialty debuts - “Education,” “Capitalism: A Love Story” and “A Serious Man” - have come from the past three weeks. Continue reading here!
Oh, and while we're still on An Education movie topic...if you live in the UK and want to see this movie for free, check out these links:
Free preview screening of An Education
See An Education for free
Film4 are proud to present a free ticket giveaway for a special preview screening on October 25th of An Education, starring Carey Mulligan, Peter Sarsgaard, Dominic Cooper, Rosamund Pike and Emma Thompson.
Film 4 is holding special previews on Sunday 25th October at 11am at the following Cineworld Cinemas:
Glasgow Cardiff Milton Keynes Edinburgh Crawley Sheffield Wandsworth
To download tickets simply go to www.seefilmfirst.com and enter code: 636312
Hurry, there are hundreds of tickets but strictly first come, first served!