This week, The Hollywood Reporter released their 25 Most Powerful Stylists issue, featuring Saoirse and her stylist Elizabeth Saltzman. We uploaded the photoshoot along with the video/interview, which you can watch below.
The Seagull will be screened at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival on April 21st in New York City. It was announced on the official website recently. No word on Saoirse’s attendance yet.
Adapted by Tony Award®-winning playwright Stephen Karam and directed by Tony Award®-winning director Michael Mayer, this exquisite adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s classic The Seagull finds a group of friends and family gathered for a seemingly jovial weekend in the countryside. But under the surface, Nina (Saoirse Ronan) pines desperately for Irina’s (Annette Benning) partner Boris (Corey Stoll), a celebrated playwright. Meanwhile, Masha (Elisabeth Moss) fights a battle with her own unrequited love.
This layered saga about art, fame, family, and human folly plays out with claustrophobic intensity, as the lives of friends, families, and lovers, all living under the same roof, become entangled. The Seagull’s cast of celebrated performers brings fresh perspective to these beloved, complicated characters. Rich with feeling, this tragicomedy asks timeless questions about how best to live a purposeful life and, more importantly, how to love.
The USA release date is on May 11. You can re-watch the trailer here.
W Magazine is known for giving us, every awards season, a dramatic reading of a popular song at the time. When Saoirse was promoting Brooklyn we were granted Hotline Bling by Drake, and now it’s time for That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars, a song that recently won awards at the Grammys!
Watch below as Saoirse and her fellow Hollywood partners flex their karaoke muscles:
Saoirse attended the 90th Annual Academy Awards tonight! She showed up in a beautiful pink Calvin Klein dress and with a brand new haircut but unfortunately, the Lady Bird team left empty handed. We have updated our gallery with the first pictures from the event and you can watch a red carpet interview below:
Saoirse attended the Film Independent Spirit Awards earlier tonight! Greta Gerwig won Best Screenplay for Lady Bird, which, as we know, is so well deserved. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event!
Public Appearances > 2018 > Mar 03 | Film Independent Spirit Awards – Ceremony
Saoirse was photographed a couple of days in New York City, and she appeared to be filming something. We have no idea as to what project this could be, but we’ll be keeping an eye out for more information!
The first trailer for On Chesil Beach has been released! We’ve also updated our gallery with a new poster for the film, which you can see here.
A few hours ago, Saoirse attended the EE British Academy Film Awards, where she was nominated as Best Actress for her work in Lady Bird. She was looking stunning in a black Chanel pre-fall 2018 dress which had a 1920s style panel of fringing.
The first batch of images has been added but you can come back later for more.
It was published today by the Irish Times a new interview with Saoirse in which she talks about fame, Hollywood scandals, the abortion referendum and more. Read it below:
You wouldn’t guess that Saoirse Ronan carried the expectations of a nation on her narrow shoulders. The art of being Saoirse is, perhaps, the art of not seeming disconcerted. Her acting conceals effort. She appears to drift through performances on waves of unpretentious sincerity. Without kicking up scandal, causing kerfuffle or exposing any aggressive elbows, she has secured three Oscar nominations before the age of 24. (Jennifer Lawrence is the only other person to have managed that feat.)
Her turn in Atonement scored a best supporting nod in 2008. Two years ago, during the annus mirabilis of Irish cinema, she was nominated in the best actress race for Brooklyn. Now, up in the same category for playing a difficult teenager in Greta Gerwig’s wonderful Lady Bird, she has her best shot yet at the title.
When I meet her, I’ve just come from fellow nominee Daniel Kaluuya at another press bash. He said to say hello.
“Ach, I love him,” she burbles. “I said it to him the other day: ‘You don’t seem fazed by it at all.’”