Hello! Welcome to I Heart Saoirse, the longest running fansite for actress Saoirse Ronan. She became internationally known for her work in the movie "Atonement", for which she received her first Academy Award nomination, and went on to star in many acclaimed productions such as "The Grand Budapest Hotel", "Brooklyn" and "Lady Bird". We are not in contact with Saoirse or her management team, this entire website was built by fans for the fans, and our intent is to provide the latest news, information, photos and videos of Saoirse's career. Thank you for your visit, we hope you come back soon!
Author Archive
by Dani on Jul 13,2018 • 0 Comments

As June ended, it came with a surprise as Variety reported that Saoirse is set to work with her ‘Lady Bird’ director again, this time with Gerwig adapting the classic novel ‘Little Women‘.

Here is what they say:

Following her critically acclaimed and Oscar-nominated “Lady Bird,” Greta Gerwig is eyeing “Little Women” as her next directing gig.

A-listers Meryl Streep, Emma Stone, Saoirse Ronan and Timothee Chalamet are in talks to star in Columbia Pictures’ retelling of the American classic with Florence Pugh also in talks to star. The movie would mark a reunion for Gerwig, Ronan and Chalamet. The young actors starred in 2017’s coming-of-age comedy “Lady Bird.”

The roles are unknown at this time as some castings are still being worked out. Sources tell Variety the studio is expected to test a handful of actresses opposite Stone for the role of Beth before the July 4 holiday.

The project has been set up at Columbia Pictures for some time, with Amy Pascal set to produce with Denise Di Novi and Robin Swicord. Andrea Giannetti will oversee the production for Columbia Pictures.

Gerwig was initially brought in to rewrite a draft, but following “Lady Bird’s” success, Sony amped up pre-production in order to woo Gerwig into picking this as her next movie.

The novel by Louisa May Alcott, which follows the March sisters in post-Civil War America, has been adapted several times into feature films, with the 1994 version starring Winona Ryder being the most popular. The BBC’s “Little Women” miniseries aired late last year.

This would mark a major coup for Sony and Pascal, who have always coveted the IP, but wanted to make sure the right pieces were in place before pushing the project forward. If this deal makes, the package of high-profile talent ensures a fast-track into production.”

by Dani on Jul 13,2018 • 0 Comments

After a very long wait, the first official trailer for ‘Mary Queen of Scots‘ is here! Watch Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie channeling the queens below:

by Dani on May 08,2018 • 0 Comments

Whoever thought Saoirse would rest after awards season couldn’t be more wrong! The first interview for the ‘On Chesil Beach‘ press is out and in it you can see Saoirse and author Ian McEwan discussing the making of the movie as well as other points. Watch the video below:

by Dani on Mar 10,2018 • 0 Comments

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:

by Dani on Feb 18,2018 • 0 Comments

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.’”

Read More