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Carey and Keira Keep Going With Their Red Carpet Looks

Carey Mulligan wore Vionnet and Keira Knightley went with a daring beaded Chanel number for the premiere of Never Let Me Go in London this evening. The ladies posed with costar Andrew Garfield at their photo call earlier in the day as part of the London Film Festival. During the morning's press conference, Carey spoke about the pressure of working with Keira on an adaptation where the author of the original book is still around and Keira shared her own biggest challenge on this movie. Andrew just wrapped up his red carpet work for The Social Network, and Carey finished her press duties for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps last month, while Keira's most recent appearance was at Paris Fashion Week. The trio's project received great reviews, though it's still only out in limited release.

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Image Source: WireImage
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wakeupandora
wakeupandora
I am insanely jealous that Keira can pull off that beautiful dress!! And her hair! So classy. And I love Carey's retro chic look. Love it, love it.
redchick152
redchick152
i die. that is one of the most gorgeous dresses i have ever seen. i think keira looks amazing. she's always been teeny tiny. that dress would be obsene on a curvier person.
justlookaround
justlookaround
keira is too skinny. i think she would be prettier with some weight on :)
jaan_black
jaan_black
Carey's cute, Keira looks like an alien....like Juliana Dipandi or whatever....eyes far away, head shaped like a watermelon, wide mouth...not cute
vinnie
vinnie
I think they both look great. Keira's dress is both ladylike yet provocative. Carey's is feminine and graphic. So much better than some crappy trash other people wear.
missyd
missyd
Keira Knightley is one odd looking chick, she always was. Her bobble head and massive underbite just dont work.
Smashboxchick
Smashboxchick
Loving the dresses. Rude to assume she's starving herself. And I'm pretty sure the same jealous people keep leaving the above comments. Don't use the same words, like cow for every comment you make. It gives you away.
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