Hello! Welcome to I Heart Saoirse, a fansite for actress Saoirse Ronan. She is known for films such as "Atonement", "Hanna", "The Host" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel", and was most recently seen in "Brooklyn" - a film that got her an Academy Award nomination as Leading Actress, the 2nd she's received in her career. We have been sharing news, photos, videos and other information on Saoirse and her career since 2013, thanks to the support of many other fans around the world. We appreciate your visit, and hope you come back soon!
Gabby   //   February 08,2016   //   0 Comments   •   Articles, Interviews, Photoshoots

Saoirse is the covergirl of New York Magazine’s Spring Fashion issue. We have uploaded the featured photoshoot to our gallery, and you can read the article below.

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Eight years ago, Saoirse Ronan made her first impression on U.S. audiences in Atonement as Briony, the confused, vengeful girl whose lie sets the plot in motion. That watchful, unsettling performance won her an Oscar nomination at age 13. Since then, she has made a couple of film appearances per year at most (a child assassin holding her own against Cate Blanchett in Hanna; a clever baker in The Grand Budapest Hotel), staying more or less above the Hollywood fray (thanks in large part to the grounding influence of her parents — her father, Paul, is a working actor). That may prove tougher now: At 21, she’s again an Oscar nominee, this time as a leading actress, for her performance as Irish immigrant Eilis in Brooklyn. Ronan’s own immigration experience was the opposite of Eilis’s: She was born in the Bronx and lived there until she was 3, then moved back to Ireland. But now she’s returned to the city that has such a hold on her imagination to make her Broadway debut in The Crucible as Abigail Williams — a confused, vengeful girl not unlike her first big role. We talked to her about going onstage for the first time and discussing child stardom with Jodie Foster. Her name, by the way, is pronounced Sir-sha.

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Dani   //   February 05,2016   //   0 Comments   •   The Crucible

The upcoming production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible has pushed back its first Broadway preview date so that Saoirse Ronan can attend the Oscars, where she has been nominated for her performance in the film Brooklyn. The Crucible, also starring Ben Whishaw and Tony winner Sophie Okonedo, will now begin performances on March 1; it had previously been set to start on February 29. Directed by Ivo van Hove, the show has additionally moved its opening night date to March 31 (from April 7).

Miller wrote The Crucible to parallel the McCarthyism of the 1950s. Set during the Salem witch trials of the 1690s, the play tells tales of morality, deceit and ignorance. The drama focuses on Abigail Williams (Ronan), a young woman so obsessed with John Proctor (Whishaw) that she is determined to have his wife (Okonedo) burned at the stake.

In addition to Whishaw, Okonedo and Ronan, The Crucible will star Ciarán Hinds, Bill Camp, Jim Norton, Tavi Gevinson and Jason Butler Harner. The production will also feature Tina Benko, Teagle Bougere, Michael Braun, Ashlei Sharpe Chestnut, Jenny Jules, Thomas Jay Ryan, Elizabeth Teeter, Ray Anthony Thomas, Brenda Wehle and Erin Wilhelmi.

The Crucible will play a strictly limited 20-week engagement through July 17 at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

Bella   //   February 03,2016   //   0 Comments   •   Videos

For Vanity Fair’s Hollywood 2016 issue, they have asked actresses to show off their “secret talent”. In this segment, Saoirse shows how she can make us the perfect cup of tea. Watch the adorable video below!

Maria   //   February 02,2016   //   0 Comments   •   The Crucible, Videos

The first promo clip for Saoirse’s Broadway debut, “The Crucible,” has been released online. The previews begin on February 29th. Check it out.

Gabby   //   February 02,2016   //   0 Comments   •   Photoshoots

Our gallery has been updated with two high quality portraits of Saoirse taken during this year’s Palm Springs Film Festival, in which she was honored for her work in the film ‘Brooklyn’.

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Dani   //   February 02,2016   //   0 Comments   •   Brooklyn, Interviews, Videos

Saoirse Ronan talks Brooklyn, tears and being homesick in this episode of Fandango FrontRunners.

Gabby   //   February 02,2016   //   0 Comments   •   Photoshoots

The 2016 Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue is here, and the cover features a variety of acclaimed, stunning actresses across multiple generations, photographed by Annie Leibovitz. All five of this year’s best-actress Oscar nominees—Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Saoirse Ronan, Brie Larson, and Charlotte Rampling — are featured, in addition to icons like Jane Fonda, Helen Mirren, Viola Davis, and Diane Keaton, up-and-comers like Alicia Vikander and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Oscar winners Rachel Weisz and Lupita Nyong’o.

Saoirse RonanThe Hollywood Issue includes additional intimate portraits of these stars from Annie Leibovitz and tributes to all of their careers written by James Wolcott. The new issue of Vanity Fair is available on newsstands in New York and Los Angeles, and on the iPhone, Kindle, and other devices, on Thursday, February 4, and nationally on Monday, February 8.

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