VARIETY – The film tells the stories of a group of Londoners during the aerial bombing of the British capital during the war.
Saoirse Ronan is set to lead Steve McQueen’s World War II epic “Blitz” for Apple TV+.
First announced back in November, the project tells the stories of a group of Londoners during the aerial bombing of the British capital during the war. McQueen is writing, directing and producing the film, which is expected to begin shooting later this year.
Ronan, who is Irish, stars in the forthcoming films “Foe” and “See How They Run.” Her recent credits include Francis Lee’s “Ammonite,” opposite Kate Winslet, and Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women,” in which she starred as Jo March. It’s still unclear what specific role she’ll be playing in “Blitz,” though it will mark the actor’s first project with the British helmer. Ronan will star alongside an “unknown newcomer” that’s yet to be revealed.
THR – The ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Little Women’ actress will play the lead in an adaptation of Amy Liptrot’s best-selling memoir.
Saoirse Ronan is set to star in The Outrun, the new film from The Unforgivable director Nora Fingscheidt.
Ronan, a four-time Oscar nominee, will play Rona, a woman fresh out of rehab who, after more than a decade away, returns to Scotland’s wild Orkney Islands and to the sheep farm of her childhood, in the adaptation of Amy Liptrot’s best-selling memoir of the same name. Fingscheidt and Liptrot have adapted the book for the screen.