Saoirse attended the AFI Awards last night in Los Angeles! Lady Bird was named one of their films of the year, but there were no competition between actors, directors or anyone else. There also didn’t seem to be many photographers, but we’ve managed to update our gallery with some images from the event.
W Magazine just release their Screen Test interview with Saoirse, a very funny video in which she talks about being homeschooled, her favorite musician, how she dressed up as Gilly (Kristen Wiig’s character on SNL) for Halloween, and when she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Atonement and her name was misspelled on the special Golden Globes posters. Watch it below:
Saoirse and Greta Gerwig attended TimesTalks yesterday to promote Lady Bird! You can watch the complete panel below, and our gallery has been updated with images from the event.
Saoirse and many other Hollywood actors and actresses shared a series of “firsts” they had in life to British Vogue. Watch it below:
Saoirse attended the New York Film Critics Circle Awards last night! She received the Best Actress honor for her work in the film Lady Bird. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event!
Public Appearances > 2018 > Jan 03 | New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Backstage & Ceremony
Saoirse attended the 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival last night! She was honored with the Best Actress award for her work in Lady Bird, which was presented by her co-star Laurie Metcalf. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event! A huge thanks to Ella, from joe-keery.com, for sending some of these our way!
Public Appearances > 2018 > Jan 02 | Palm Springs Film Festival – Backstage & Ceremony
Public Appearances > 2018 > Jan 02 | Palm Springs Film Festival – Arrivals
Photoshoots > 2018 > Session 02: Michael Buckner
Saoirse and Greta Gerwig are on the 1st Variety cover of 2018! The magazine features an interview with the pair about Lady Bird, which is already on their website and you can read below.
Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan on How They Found the Voice of ‘Lady Bird’
Greta Gerwig is having coffee and a bowl of jasmine rice in a mostly empty SoHo restaurant on a frosty late afternoon in December. The day before, she was named best director by the National Board of Review, the first of many accolades that she, her star Saoirse Ronan and their movie “Lady Bird” will receive in the coming weeks. Gerwig is beaming, though you get the feeling that’s her natural state. Her short hair is blondish, with dark roots, and you can see an echo of a number of the characters she’s played — the ebullient falling-through-the-cracks dancer of “Frances Ha,” the Bowie-headed art punk of “20th Century Women” — in her large sun-dazed smile, her easy open laugh, her tossed-off intelligence.