When you first make it big in Hollywood, it really can all be a bit daunting and having to come to terms with the fame and fortune is not always easy, as British beauty Carey Mulligan found out in the early days of her acting career. Carey has opened up about just how hard she found it to adjust to the fame, admitting that she would some times end up crying about things after having to walk the red carpet.
Mulligan was talking to So It Goes magazine, when she said, "I think it's ultimately a tool to promote the work that you're proud of. At the beginning, I'd end up in tears in the bathroom at some point during a day of photos and press. I would do red carpets and be a wreck by the end."
She added, "I found it awful and weird, standing there in my outfits with my body being judged and my appearance and make-up. It's a f***ing weird, bizarre thing to have 200 people screaming at you taking a photo. Then I got older and put it into perspective, and recognised that today's news is tomorrow's chip paper, and all of this stuff is just not very significant, ultimately."
When it comes to her upcoming movie projects in her acting career, Carey Mulligan is next set to appear on the big screen in the new movie Mudbound, which sees her sharing the big screen with such stars as Garrett Hedlund, Kerry Cahill, Jason Mitchell, Jason Clarke, and Jonathan Banks, to name a few of them. Dee Rees was on directing duties for Mudbound, which featured at the Sundance Film Festival back in January and is awaiting an official release date.