While doing some press in New York earlier this week, Saoirse stopped by Live with Kelly & Ryan to promote “Mary Queen of Scots“. You can watch the interview, during which she speaks about the movie and more, below.
It’s been quite busy days for Saoirse as she is out and about promoting “Mary Queen of Scots“. Her next appearance was on the morning talk show Good Morning America! Photos of Saoirse outside the studios have been added to our gallery, and you can watch the interview below.
A couple of nights ago Saoirse visited Late Night with Seth Meyersto promote “Mary Queen of Scots”. Our gallery has been updated with photos from the talk show appearance and you can watch clips below!
Saoirse visited the SiriusXM studios earlier today to promote “Mary, Queen of Scots”! Our gallery has been updated with images of her appearance.
According to Deadline, Saoirse and Kate Winslet are set to star in a film called “Ammonite”. It is a romance-drama from “God’s Own Country” writer-director Francis Lee. You can read more about the project below.
EXCLUSIVE: Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan are attached to star in romance-drama Ammonite from God’s Own Country writer-director Francis Lee. Talk about prestige casting.
Widows and Lion producers Iain Canning and Emile Sherman will produce the film alongside Fodhla Cronin O’Reilly (Lady Macbeth). The pic, which instantly becomes one of the hottest projects in the works out of the UK, was developed by See-Saw, the BFI and BBC Films.
Set in a UK coastal town in the 1820s, the drama will follow the unlikely romance between palaeontologist Mary Anning and a London woman of means to whom she must unexpectedly play nursemaid. Production is due to start in March.
Lee’s Sundance darling God’s Own Country, about the romance between two young male farmhands, was a critical hit and a box office breakout in the UK. The festival favorite picked up a slew of awards and also was BAFTA-nominated.
Oscar winner Winslet is in post on Avatar 2 and is filming the drama Blackbird. Three-time Oscar nominee Ronan is onscreen with Margot Robbie in Working Title and Universal’s Mary Queen of Scots.
Saoirse was sighted arriving at Heathrow Airport in London earlier today. Our gallery has been updated with the images.
Saoirse attended The Fashion Awards a few nights ago! It was on the same night of the European Premiere of “Mary Queen of Scots”, so we ended up leaving this update behind for a bit. Images of her at the event have been uploaded to our gallery!
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.