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Posts Tagged ‘The Seagull’
by Gabby on Mar 14,2019 • 0 Comments

Our gallery has been updated with screen captures of Saoirse’s scenes in The Seagull! The movie was released on Blu-Ray in 2018, and you can rent/buy it on sites like iTunes and Amazon.

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by Gabby on Apr 27,2018 • 0 Comments

Hey guys! We went through a hard time keeping the site up-to-date, but we’re slowly getting back on track. I’ll be figuring the forum situation out soon, too. Please bear with me!

Our gallery has been updated with images of Saoirse at the premiere of The Seagull at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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by Bella on Mar 23,2018 • 0 Comments

The Seagull will be screened at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival on April 21st in New York City. It was announced on the official website recently. No word on Saoirse’s attendance yet.

Adapted by Tony Award®-winning playwright Stephen Karam and directed by Tony Award®-winning director Michael Mayer, this exquisite adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s classic The Seagull finds a group of friends and family gathered for a seemingly jovial weekend in the countryside. But under the surface, Nina (Saoirse Ronan) pines desperately for Irina’s (Annette Benning) partner Boris (Corey Stoll), a celebrated playwright. Meanwhile, Masha (Elisabeth Moss) fights a battle with her own unrequited love.

This layered saga about art, fame, family, and human folly plays out with claustrophobic intensity, as the lives of friends, families, and lovers, all living under the same roof, become entangled. The Seagull’s cast of celebrated performers brings fresh perspective to these beloved, complicated characters. Rich with feeling, this tragicomedy asks timeless questions about how best to live a purposeful life and, more importantly, how to love.

–Mara Webster

The USA release date is on May 11. You can re-watch the trailer here.

by Bella on Mar 07,2018 • 0 Comments

Sony Pictures Classics has just released the first trailer for THE SEAGULL. The USA release date is on May 11, 2018. We have also added a brand new promo still to the gallery, courtesy of EW. Check it all out:

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by Dani on Feb 10,2018 • 0 Comments

Great news! It was announced just yesterday by Playbill that “The Seagull” will be released in May, but with no exact date yet. Read their report below:

The screen adaptation of Chekhov’s The Seagull, directed by Tony winner Michael Mayer, will be released by Sony Pictures Classics on a date to be announced in May. The film stars Annette Bening, Saoirse Ronan, Elisabeth Moss, and Corey Stoll.

The movie, which was filmed in 2015 in New York, features a script by Stephen Karam, who won a Tony for his play The Humans. The playwright also adapted another Chekhov play, The Cherry Orchard, which played Broadway in 2016.

Ronan and Bening take on the central roles of aspiring actor Nina and the fading Arkadina, with Tony nominee and Emmy winner Moss as Masha, Stoll as Trigorin, Mare Winningham as Polina, and Brian Dennehy as Sorin as well as Jon Tenney, Michael Zegen, Glenn Fleshler, and Billy Howle.

The film, which is produced by Jay Franke, David Herro, Robert Salerno, Tom Hulce, and Leslie Urdang, features costumes by Oscar winner Ann Roth.