Saoirse is on the cover of the new issue of Deadline! It is dedicated to promoting the film Mary Queen of Scots for the upcoming awards season, so the featured image seems to be a promotional still. Thanks to @JeVa22849003 for the heads up! We’ve added the cover to our gallery, as well as a promotional still from the movie that we had previously shared on our site’s Twitter.
A very sweet interview with Saoirse was released by Deadline earlier today, in which she talks about the making of Lady Bird with Pete Hammond. You can watch it below.
Saoirse and Greta Gerwig are on the cover of this month’s Deadline! We’ve updated our gallery with scans and portraits – thanks to Aurélie, from gal-gadot.us, for sending them our way!
Deadline has released their interview with Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf and Greta Gerwig about Lady Bird, which is as part of their awards season Contenders series. The video was filmed on November 4, and we had previously added pictures of the event to our gallery – view them here.
Saoirse attended Deadline’s Contenders event yesterday, along with Greta Gerwig and Laurie Metcalf. They took part in a panel about the film Lady Bird and posed for some portraits. Our gallery has been updated with the images!
Saoirse has recently talked to Deadline about the parallels between between the life of her character, Eilis Lacey, in ‘Brooklyn’, and her own. A new portrait was released with the article, and we have added it to our photo gallery.
I heard about it over two years ago now—I had read the book years before that when I was in my mid-teens. I really loved Colm Toibin’s writings, especially of women anyway. The script just came to me—it was Nick Hornby, so of course, you’re immediately interested. I knew this was the first Irish project that I wanted to do. It was really important for me to find the right first one, and it would have to be strong and mean something to me. A couple of weeks after that, John (Crowley) flew over to Dublin to meet me, and we chatted about it in relation to his life and moving away from home, and I was just about to move away from home, so I had no idea how much the story was going to resonate with me when I did make that trip. It’s been one of those things that, to this day, has just become more and more personal as it’s gone on.