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finally been updated with screen captures of Lady Bird! I was so certain I had uploaded them nearly a year ago… oops? Sorry for taking so long!
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Last weekend, Saoirse attended a special screening and Q&A of ‘Lady Bird’ as part of the CineMagic Film Festival in Dublin. We’ve added the photos courtesy of the CineMagic Facebook page.
Saoirse Ronan shares plans to work back home. pic.twitter.com/z5zKItGxPx
— Entertainment on RTÉ (@RTE_Ents) May 26, 2018
Thanks to WIBAgency.com, we have updated the gallery with new portraits of Saoirse for Spur Magazine (Japan). In addition, we’ve added new ones from The Times photoshoot released a week ago.
A few days ago Saoirse recorded what we’re going to call part 2 of the Lady Bird press tour, granting interviews to a lot of entertainment & film channels. Here’s a compilation post with what has been released so far:
We have added some portraits from Saoirse and Greta’s TimesTalks conversation last month in New York, taken by Griffin Lipson. Check it out.
Saoirse, Laurie Metcalf and Greta Gerwig are on the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s Oscars issue! Buy it here to read the complete article and their Academy Awards guide. You can read an excerpt below, and the featured photoshoot has been added to our photo gallery.
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There’s just something about Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird. Audiences’ love affair with the coming-of-age tale began at the Telluride Film Festival, where attendees were first charmed by this sharp, vivid, witty, and poignant story of a teenage girl (Saoirse Ronan) who is restless to leave her family home in Sacramento, California, for something bigger and better. What that exactly is, she’s not sure, but she’s convinced that it’s happening just beyond her reach. Her clashes with her mother (Laurie Metcalf), her relationship with her father (Tracy Letts), her intense friendship with her best friend (Beanie Feldstein), and her crushes (Lucas Hedges and Timothée Chalamet) are all achingly relatable.
The Academy certainly agrees — earlier this week, Lady Bird racked up five Oscar nominations including Best Picture, Best Actress for Ronan, and Best Supporting Actress for Metcalf. Gerwig’s screenplay got a nod and she became just the fifth woman in Oscar’s 90-year history to crack Best Director (for her solo directorial debut, no less).
“I felt it from the very beginning,” says Gerwig of the hard-to-put-your-finger-on-it magic that surrounds this film. “You start getting the feeling that the movie wants to exist. That sounds a little goofy, but that’s what it feels like.”
Entertainment Weekly sat down with Gerwig, Ronan, and Metcalf, where it quickly became clear the warm feelings that are so apparent in front of the camera, exist behind the scenes, too. “Don’t take this the wrong way,” Ronan says, turning to Gerwig. “But I don’t see you, like, as a female director. I just think of you as a great director. A great filmmaker. I think the reason why the set was run so well is that Greta’s a great leader.” Echoes Metcalf, “We trusted Greta so much. We knew [Gerwig] was looking for the heart of it, and that you’ve always got your eye on the big picture.”
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.
A24 updated their youtube account once again but this time with an ensemble featurette where you can see the behind the scenes of Lady Bird, as well as Greta talking about the filmmaking process! Watch it below: