Carey Mulligan, the 25-year-old British actress who has a starring role in the new movie 'Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps', recently introduced boyfriend and co-star Shia LaBeouf to her parents, reports the UK's Daily Mail. However, when quizzed on how serious the relationship is, Mulligan was careful with her words, saying, "I believe people are very lucky to find each other. I believe that everyone is unique and everyone has something brilliant to bring into the mix. If you find somebody you connect with, you should enjoy it."
The young actress was a relative unknown until her Oscar nominated performance in 'An Education', and she spoke about being star struck after meeting Meryl Streep under unusual circumstances at the ceremony, saying, "After I'd been up on stage, Meryl Streep grabbed me and said, 'I took a great picture of you. Give me your address and I'll email it'. This was Meryl Streep!"
Oliver Stone'S 'Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps' went straight to number-one in the US box office, after being released on Friday 24th September 2010. The movie stars Mulligan, LaBeouf, and the legendary Hollywood actor Michael Douglas, who reprises his role as 'Gordon Gekko'.