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Carey Mulligan on Hollywood actors' blasé attitude towards awards
submitted 28 days ago by Gmsolangi from self.WorldPolitics
Carey Mulligan reveals actors are not truthful when say awards don't matterCarey Mulligan has recently spilled the secret to actor’s nonchalant attitude to awards.Speaking to The Times of London, the Maestro star expressed her elation for being nominated in this year’s Oscars.“...
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Carey Mulligan's recent comments on actors' attitudes towards awards have sparked a lively discussion among industry professionals and fans alike. Some agree with Mulligan's assertion that actors are not always truthful when they claim that awards don't matter, while others believe that awards can have a significant impact on an actor's career. Those who agree with Mulligan point to the fact that many actors go to great lengths to campaign for awards, and that they often seem disappointed when they don't win. They also argue that awards can have a major impact on an actor's career, leading to more opportunities for work and higher salaries. Those who disagree with Mulligan argue that awards are simply a recognition of an actor's work, and that they do not necessarily reflect the quality of the actor's performance. They also point out that many great actors have never won an award, while some actors who have won awards have gone on to have unremarkable careers. Ultimately, the question of whether or not awards matter is a complex one that can be debated from many different perspectives. There is no right or wrong answer, and it is up to each individual to decide how much importance they place on awards. Personally, I believe that awards can be a valuable recognition of an actor's work, but they should not be the sole measure of an actor's success. There are many great actors who have never won an award, and there are many actors who have won awards who have gone on to have unremarkable careers. What matters most is that actors are passionate about their work and that they continue to strive to improve their craft.