Entertainment Weekly has launched a page about this year’s Oscar nominees, which includes new portraits and interviews with them all – you can visit it here. We have updated our photo gallery with Saoirse’s portrait (which you can view here – it’s the featured image of this post!), and you can watch the interview below.
We have updated the gallery with new photos from recent shoots and behind the scenes of events. Check it out:
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Saoirse is on the cover of the January issue of W Magazine with Andrew Garfield. We have uploaded the cover and the following photo inside. It also comes with the Screen Test video we posted earlier this week. You can read the transcript below:
Saoirse attended the 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival last night! She was honored with the Best Actress award for her work in Lady Bird, which was presented by her co-star Laurie Metcalf. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event! A huge thanks to Ella, from joe-keery.com, for sending some of these our way!
Public Appearances > 2018 > Jan 02 | Palm Springs Film Festival – Backstage & Ceremony
Public Appearances > 2018 > Jan 02 | Palm Springs Film Festival – Arrivals
Photoshoots > 2018 > Session 02: Michael Buckner
Saoirse and Greta Gerwig are on the 1st Variety cover of 2018! The magazine features an interview with the pair about Lady Bird, which is already on their website and you can read below.
Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan on How They Found the Voice of ‘Lady Bird’
Greta Gerwig is having coffee and a bowl of jasmine rice in a mostly empty SoHo restaurant on a frosty late afternoon in December. The day before, she was named best director by the National Board of Review, the first of many accolades that she, her star Saoirse Ronan and their movie “Lady Bird” will receive in the coming weeks. Gerwig is beaming, though you get the feeling that’s her natural state. Her short hair is blondish, with dark roots, and you can see an echo of a number of the characters she’s played — the ebullient falling-through-the-cracks dancer of “Frances Ha,” the Bowie-headed art punk of “20th Century Women” — in her large sun-dazed smile, her easy open laugh, her tossed-off intelligence.
Saoirse is featured as The Mannequin in The New York Times: Great Performers. Our gallery has been updated with an image from the photoshoot, and you can watch the fairly creepy video below.
Saoirse Ronan as The Mannequin for New York Times "Great Performers 2017" series pic.twitter.com/MM7kApLiMO
— Saoirse-Ronan.com (@saoirseronancom) 7 de dezembro de 2017
The moment we had been waiting for since Saoirse was announced as a Saturday Night Live host has finally arrived! As some of you may know, the hosts are usually featured on the show’s website in a brand new photoshoot, which is always very pretty. Saoirse’s didn’t disappoint! These are the pics we saw during the breaks, but of course in better quality. We’ve added them to our gallery. Also… Mary, Queen of Scots? Is that you?
Saoirse continues to promote Lady Bird all over the United States, and The Los Angeles Times has just posted a new interview with her, which features a brand new photo session. We’ve added it to our gallery, and you can read their article below.
When Saoirse Ronan found out she’d be spending a couple of weeks in Los Angeles to promote her new film, “Lady Bird,” she asked to stay in an apartment instead of a hotel. She wanted to be able to light her Diptyque candles, do her own laundry and drink herbal tea before bed.
“I think it’s good for me to go back at the end of the night and look after myself,” says Ronan, 23.
But when she arrived at her temporary L.A. home, she found bags of groceries from Whole Foods awaiting her. Her mother, more than 5,000 miles away in Ireland, had ordered the provisions online.
“She bought vegetables for me to cook with,” the actress says. “I have such a great mam. She makes sure I’m getting a good dinner from across the pond.”
Ronan is exceptionally close to her mother, Monica. Growing up as an only child in Carlow, Ireland’s second-smallest county, she relished her relationship with her homemaker mother and actor father. They’d all watch “Seinfeld” together, and Ronan was such a rule-follower that she willingly did the dishes, because she wanted her parents “to be happy.”
Variety recently uploaded a new 40-minute interview with Saoirse and Greta Gerwig as part of their podcast series. You can listen to it on the embedded link below, HERE, or on the Podcast iTunes app. You can read a quick transcript of the interview below. We have also added a beautiful new photo session:
Photoshoots > 2017 > Session 04: Dan Doperalski
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The new cover for the November 15 Issue of The Hollywood Reporter is here! And it features Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Allison Janney, Mary J. Blige and Saoirse Ronan! Our gallery has been updated with scans from the magazine, thanks to my friend Luciana, from jessica-chastain.com, and the featured photoshoot. You can read ther interview below.
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Six top actresses — including Mary J. Blige, Jessica Chastain, Allison Janney and Saoirse Ronan — open up about risky roles and how the industry’s culture of abuse might finally be on the verge of change: “I feel hopeful because we’re not ignoring it anymore.”
Jennifer Lawrence had some advice for recent New York transplant Mary J. Blige on acclimating to life in Los Angeles. “Just make friends with your neighbors, like I did,” Lawrence, 27, said to Blige, 46, before the start of The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Actress Roundtable, held Nov. 11 at Line 204 Studios in Hollywood. The mother! and Mudbound stars were meeting for the first time, but Lawrence is already good friends with fellow Oscar winner Emma Stone, 29. And three of the participants — Stone (Battle of the Sexes), Jessica Chastain (Molly’s Game), 40; and Allison Janney (I, Tonya), 57 — worked together on 2011’s The Help. And all seemed endlessly fascinated by the thick Irish accent of Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird), 23, so much so that nearly everyone attempted their own Ronan impression before the hourlong conversation was over. Of course, it wasn’t all laughs, especially not this year with the horrors of sexual harassment in the headlines. The actresses came with strong opinions on the subject, which quickly segued into a frank debate on how sexism and harassment are intertwined with the issue of pay inequality in Hollywood. Depressing? Yes, but given the attention on this subject, Janney noted, “It’s exciting to think of our culture changing.”