Host: She better get used to people asking for her autograph
Carey Mulligan: Thank you.
Host: A relative new comer in Hollywood and one who prefers to shy away from any attention, but British actress Carey Mulligan is quietly being tipped to make a few surprises at these years Oscars.
The 24-year old received not just praise for her break out role in the coming of age drama in Education, but also a best actress nomination from the Academy.
And after winning this year’s BAFTA in the very same category, many believed she could just cause an upset and beat out veteran nominees Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep. Mulligan whose previous credits include bit parts in the Johnny Depp movie Public Enemies and Brothers has been the talk of the town over the last 12 months. Not the least because of her on and off screen relationship with Transformer star Shia LaBeouf.
The two met well the highly anticipated Wall Street 2, Money Never Sleeps in New York and had been almost inseparable ever since.
Male: What do you guys going to do with all those arts and crafts?
Host: Even getting the seal of approval from their director Oliver Stone.
Oliver Stone: Yeah they ended up as a couple.
Host: Can’t barely they’re donating personnel.
Oliver Stone: So you see I have a good casting director.
Host: That news and itself may have been enough to place her alongside Kristen Stewart and fellow Oscar nominee, Anna Kendrick on the front corner of a Vanity Fair special this year in a shoot dedicated to up and coming actresses. She could yet be making her very own headline story on the night after the Oscars too.