Carey Mulligan And Isla Fisher Plotted to Keep the Great Gatsby Costumes
Carey Mulligan hatched a plot with her The Great Gatsby co-star Isla Fisher to steal their elegant costumes from the set of the 1920s movie.
The two actresses were thrilled with the glamorous outfits they were required to wear for Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming film, in which they play society women alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the title role.
The pair even conspired to keep the costumes for their private closets once the cameras stopped running, but their plan was foiled.
Fisher tells British magazine Hello!, “I think we were all so enamoured with the costumes and sets that we wanted to hang around even when we weren’t shooting.
“Carey and I were plotting how to steal our costumes and sneak them off set. Sadly, that didn’t work out too well. But they were all great. I had a really great time”.
Vogue Australia have dedicated a number of pages to The Great Gatsby in its current May issue, with a feature showing behind the scenes of the making of the film, and a second feature looking at the cast and their costumes. There is only one photo of Isla as Myrtle, but it’s a great shot, and you can now see it in our Gallery. See the rest of the Gatsby spreads (nothing further of Isla) here.
I’ve also come across another photo from this same promotional photoshoot, and have added that to our Gallery too.
Isla brightens up the May issue of US Fitness magazine, with a brand new interview and photoshoot! The photoshoot is fun and colourful, and I love the honest interview in which Isla talks about her body and what she does to stay in shape. She also shares her exercise playlist with the magazine.
The magazine also features the first still of Isla in The Great Gatsby, as well as a new still from Now You See Me.
Check out the photo coverage in our Gallery, and you can read the interview there, on our Press page, or at FitnessMagazine.com.
Be sure to pick up a copy of this magazine if you can!
“For me, so much about life is acceptance. You can look in the mirror and find a million things wrong with yourself. Or you can look in the mirror and think, I feel good, I have my health, and I’m so blessed. That’s the way I choose to look at it. I don’t need to be perfect. I’m doing just fine.”
Here is a 2nd TV spot for Gatsby:
Here is the 2nd official trailer for Now You See Me:
Arrested Development Gets Official Netflix Premiere Date and an Extra Episode
That noise you hear is the sound of Arrested Development fans clearing their schedules in late May.
Netflix announced early Thursday that the show’s upcoming fourth season will be available simultaneously on Sunday, May 26.
What’s more, the episode order has grown yet again, from 14 to 15 episodes.
As previously reported, each episode will focus on a single AD character (although other Bluths will weave in and out).
In addition to the core cast returning, guest stars on tap for the revival include Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Liza Minnelli (aka Lucille 2), Conan O’Brien, John Slattery (Mad Men), Chris Diamantopoulos (24), Isla Fisher (Wedding Crashers) and Terry Crews (Everybody Hates Chris).
- TV Line
Netflix that the new “anthology” season of Arrested Development will arrive — all 15 episodes at once — on May 26. The show, which ran on Fox from 2003 to 2006 and won an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, will bring back its entire cast, including Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Jeffrey Tambor, Michael Cera, David Cross, and many, many more.