Saoirse attended the European premiere of “Mary Queen of Scots” earlier tonight! Our gallery has been updated with photos of her at the event. For photos of her co-star Margot Robbie, make sure you visit our friends’ fansite: margot-robbie.com.
Our gallery has been updated with screen captures of the “Mary Queen of Scots” B-Roll that was posted on Youtube last week. The video has since been removed by the account that originally shared it.
Saoirse talked to The Wall Street Journal in order to promote “Mary Queen of Scots”! Two images were released with the article, and they were added to our photo gallery. You can read the complete text below.
Saoirse Ronan Would Rather Be Knitting
The ascendant star, now playing ‘Mary Queen of Scots,’ prefers to spend her off-time out of the limelight—and get through the grocery store incognito
With star turns in last year’s “Lady Bird” and the new period epic “Mary Queen of Scots,” out Dec. 7, the Irish actress Saoirse Ronan has catapulted into Hollywood’s top ranks. But she prefers to spend her off time out of the limelight: The 24-year-old’s favorite pastimes include knitting, cooking and reading history. “I don’t go to a lot of clubs because I’m busy knitting,” she jokes. “I just knit and read history books.” She laughs and shakes her head, adding, “Now nobody will want to read this interview.”
Ms. Ronan’s interest in history won’t come as a surprise to those who have followed her career. Her breakout role, as a teen whose lie wreaks havoc in “Atonement” (2007), was set largely in 1930s and ’40s England. In “Brooklyn” (2015), she played an Irish immigrant in 1950s New York who’s pulled between her homeland and her new life. She’s now filming “Little Women,” playing Jo March in the movie based on Louisa May Alcott’s 19th-century classic.
Saoirse attended the New York City premiere of “Mary Queen of Scots” last night! She posed with castmates Ismael Cruz Cordova, Margot Robbie and Jack Lowden, as well as director Josie Rourke. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event!
Public Appearances > 2018 > Dec 04 | “Mary Queen Of Scots” New York Premiere – After Party
A new article about “Mary Queen of Scots” has been released by the Los Angeles Times! Saoirse, Margot Robbie and director Josie Rourke discussed the movie with Jen Yamato and posed for a couple of portraits, which have been added to our photo gallery.
From the moment she became queen of Scotland at 6 days old, the world never stopped scrutinizing Mary Stuart’s every move — or pitting her against Elizabeth I of England, the cousin whose throne she held a claim to by birth.
Executed at the age of 44, implicated in a plot to assassinate Elizabeth that historians debate to this day, it was her enemies who would write Mary’s legacy. So in the turbulent years of her controversial life, contemporaries wonder, who was the real woman known as Mary, Queen of Scots, and what led to her tragic undoing?
Put another way in director Josie Rourke’s forceful new biopic, “Mary Queen of Scots”: What if Mary and Elizabeth could’ve just sat down together and worked things out?
Aaaand the press for “Mary Queen of Scots” is going strong! The interviews with our two leading ladies, Saoirse and Margot Robbie, have started to come out, and we have a couple of links to share with you. We’ll share more as we find them. Dani is very good at discovering them quickly, so if you follow our fansite on Twitter @saoirseronancom, you might see them first.
Saoirse attended a press conference for “Mary Queen of Scots” in West Hollywood yesterday! Our gallery has been updated with portraits taken at the event, as well as photos of her at the Governors Awards.
Public Appearances > 2018 > Nov 18 | Governors Awards
Saoirse is on the cover of the new issue of Deadline! It is dedicated to promoting the film Mary Queen of Scots for the upcoming awards season, so the featured image seems to be a promotional still. Thanks to @JeVa22849003 for the heads up! We’ve added the cover to our gallery, as well as a promotional still from the movie that we had previously shared on our site’s Twitter.
A new poster for Mary, Queen of Scots featuring Saoirse and Margot Robbie has been released! We have added it to our photo gallery, as well as two promotional images of Saoirse as Queen Mary Stuart – one of which seems to be part of the movie’s official photoshoot. The other is a better quality version of a still we had added before.