Carey Mulligan kept cosy in a warm coat and sweater at the premiere of her new film Mudbound at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah Saturday.
The 31-year-old posed for photographers at the Eccles Center Theatre at the unveiling of the motion picture, which tells the tale of the homecoming of two World War II soldiers, one who’s black, the other white.
The 5ft7 brunette beauty was draped in elegant style to keep her warm as temperatures hit 25 degrees with showers in the area of the cinematic extravaganza.
She wore a camel woolen trench coat with a matching patterned winter turtleneck sweater with gingerbread brown highlights. She rounded out the impeccable get-up with black pants and black shoes, wearing her brown tresses parted and pulled back to some extent.
The Academy Award-nominated actress also posed for special solo and group shots at the premiere, flanked by her collaborators on the motion picture: director Dee Rees, and co-stars Garrett Hedlund, Rob Morgan, Jason Mitchell and Mary J. Blige, the nine-time Grammy-winning songstress who’s sporadically acted in various films and TV shows over the past two decades.
The Drive stunner, who’s been married to musician Marcus Mumford since 2012, plays Laura McAllan in the buzzy film, which is set in the 1940s near the Mississippi Delta. It’s based on a 2008 novel penned by Hillary Jordan.