‘How I Live Now’ Blu-ray Dated

In an early announcement to retailers, Magnolia is preparing ‘How I Live Now‘ for Blu-ray on February 11.

The Blu-ray/UltraViolet combo pack will feature 1080p video and a DTS-HD MA 5.1 soundtrack, and supplements will include: AXS TV: A Look at How I Live Now; and Theatrical Trailer.

Suggested list price for the Blu-ray is $29.98.

Source: Hig-Def Digest

Lauryn Canny would like to work with Saoirse


She’s the one to watch this year. The name Lauryn Canny might not be familiar to most people just yet, but, trust us, in a couple of months’ time you’ll know who this 15-year-old is.

“Meryl Streep is my ultimate inspiration,” says Lauryn. “I’m obsessed with Jennifer Lawrence as well — I just love her. Closer to home, Saoirse Ronan is brilliant. I’d love to work with her some time.

Click here for the complete article on Lauryn Canny.

Source: Independent.ie

Site Updates + Happy New Year!

Hey everybody! How are you doing?

This is going to be a rather an unusual post. We don’t have anything new of Saoirse at the moment, but we do have some site updates we believe you should be made aware of. First of all, our Photo Gallery has been going through some major updates, and we’ve uploaded over 2 thousand high quality photos to it in the last couple of weeks. There are more coming, so make sure you keep an eye on it! Second, we are aware of the issues on our Affiliates pages – both the application and the one containing the links of our affiliated websites – and we are still trying to figure out what to do about it. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Last, but not least, we would like to wish you all a Happy New Year! Thank you for sticking around and making 2013 such a great year for us. I hope 2014 brings you love, happiness and success! We’ll see you then!

Saoirse talks to The Telegraph

British website Telegraph has posted a small article about Saoirse, read it below:

Saoirse Ronan has starred in a string of films that were adapted from novels including The Lovely Bones, Atonement and The City of Ember. However, the 19-year-old Irish actress does not take the time to read the books before filming.

“I usually don’t read the books first,” Ronan tells Mandrake. “I know that sounds really unprofessional.” Instead she prefers to rely on the script alone. “I’ve been really lucky to have strong scripts from the off,” she says. “Usually I have found that reading the books just complicates that for me.”

Ronan’s next role is in Wes Anderson’s new film The Grand Budapest Hotel which will also star Ralph Fiennes and Bill Murray.

Alicia Vikandar replacing Saoirse in “Testament of Youth”

Saoirse is apparently out and Alicia Vikandar is now in to play wartime pacifist Vera Brittain in a biopic called “ Testament of Youth” according to Britain’s The Daily Mail. She is due to start another movie, Brooklyn, at the same time “Testament Of Youth” will be shooting.