It was a scene that perhaps on paper seemed horrifying to mulligan.
“I wanted to leave, and she wanted me to stay,” he said, admitting that mulligan seemed “an odd choice” for the part.
After Rice saw the film in Sundance last year, he sent Romanek a four-word email: “Hire the genius mulligan.”
mulligan and Timberlake may be stars, but the Coens leave them admirably unbuffed.
In true Luhrmann fashion, it is a grand production that mulligan calls “a proper dream job.”
mulligan Jacobs and Andy Fay are the same venomous scorpions they have always been.
He was in the midst of the turmoil when Hartley came in, humming the "mulligan Guards."
Giving herself over to the business of eating, she consumed a vast amount of mulligan stew and a great heap of hot biscuits.
Then I saw mulligan Jacobs in the gloom, within two yards of the mate.
Buck mulligan turned suddenly for an instant towards Stephen but did not speak.
surname, from Gaelic Maolagan, Old Irish Maelecan, a double diminutive of mael "bald," hence "the little bald (or shaven) one," probably often a reference to a monk or disciple. As "stew made with whatever's available," 1904, hobo slang, probably from a proper name. The golf sense of "extra stroke after a poor shot" (1949) is sometimes said to be from the name of a Canadian golfer in the 1920s whose friends gave him an extra shot in gratitude for driving them over rough roads to their weekly foursome at St. Lambert Country Club near Montreal.
[perhaps fr the proper name Mulligan]