Carey Mulligan says she ‘didn’t love’ her performance in The Great Gatsby

It might not have translated onto the screen. 17. I think I might have been overawed by my experience and intimidated by the level of performances around me.”
Leonardo DiCaprio starred in the 2013 film as the titular Gatsby, with Tobey Maguire playing Nick Carraway. … I love the character so much and I spent so much time preparing. “It was how big it was and how visual it was,” she said. “I definitely felt there were fleeting moments where I really found the character and then I felt like I lost her a little bit. “I didn’t love my work in Gatsby,” Mulligan told Variety in a new interview. Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal novel was a blockbuster spectacle, earning $351 million worldwide on a budget of $105 million. In that respect, I wish I could do it again.”
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Mulligan next stars in Dee Rees’ Mudbound, which premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival. “I’m not sure if I slightly kind of lost my way because I was intimidated by the scale of it. Show Full Article Luhrmann’s take on F. I’ve never been wholly thrilled about my work in it. I think I let my own security get in my own way. It’ll debut on Netflix on Nov. Carey Mulligan may have beat out just about every young actress in Hollywood to land her role as Daisy Buchanan in Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, but now, she’s revealing that she’s not exactly a fan of her final performance. Mulligan added that the film’s scale was part of what intimidated her.