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Happy Birthday Carey Mulligan! Biggest Snubbed Performance?

Carey Mulligan

Towards the end of the 2000s, a newcomer Carey Mulligan graced our eyes with one of the best breakout performances of all time in “An Education.” The role of Jenny landed Mulligan an Oscar nomination for Best Actress and showed she was going to be someone to watch out for within the 2010s.

She turned in excellent work in “Never Let Me Go,” “Shame,” “Inside Llewyn Davis,”Far from the Madding Crowd,” “Mudbound,” and “Wildlife.” She might have even given her best work yet in “Promising Young Woman,” which should release sometime later this year. But even with all of this great work, she has yet to land her second Oscar nomination.

Therefore, the question for you all today is, which of her performances do you think she deserved for her second Oscar nomination? Choose from the selections below, and if you want to include another, use the comments section for additional suggestions.

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  • Which Carey Mulligan Performance is the Biggest Snub?

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    • never let me go
      “Never Let Me Go” (2010)
    • shame mulligan
      “Shame” (2011)
    • inside llewyn davis mulligan
      “Inside Llewyn Davis” (2013)
    • far from the madding crowd mulligan
      “Far from the Madding Crowd” (2015)
    • Mudbound mulligan
      “Mudbound” (2017)
    • Image from the movie "Wildlife"
      ‘Wildlife” (2018)
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Written by Ryan McQuade

Ryan McQuade is a film-obsessed writer located in South Texas. Raised on musicals, westerns, and James Bond, his taste in cinema is extremely versatile. He's extremely fond of independent releases and director passion projects. When he's not watching movies, he's watching and rooting for his Dallas Cowboys, Texas Longhorns, or San Antonio Spurs.
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