Our gallery has been updated with missing promotional stills from “Lost River”.
As we posted before, Saoirse attended the screening of “Lost River” at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival last night. Several high quality images from the event have been added to our photo gallery.
Saoirse attended a screening of ‘Lost River’ today at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival and gave a few interviews in which she talked about the movie, working with Ryan Gosling, the Oscars and more, watch them below:
According to Variety, ‘Stockholm, Pennsylvania’ starring Saoirse, Jason Isaacs and Cynthia Nixon has been picked up by Lifetime.
The movie from first-time director Nikole Beckwith revolves around a woman (Ronan) who is kidnapped as a child and after 17 years of living in a basement with her abductor, struggles to adjust after returning home to her biological parents.
‘Stockholm, Pennsylvania’ had mixed reviews out of 2015 Sundance Film Festival and it’s set to premiere May 2 on Lifetime.
Actress Rose McIver, star of the new television show “iZombie”, was interviewed by Saoirse for Interview Magazine. The pair met during the making of the film “The Lovely Bones”, back in 2008, and have remained close friends ever since. The focus of the interview is Rose’s career, but since it gives us a very sweet interaction between the two of them, we thought you might want to read it anyway.
In Peter Jackson’s The Lovely Bones, Rose McIver plays Lindsey Salmon, a young woman carrying the weight of the brutal rape and murder of her older sister Susie. Over the course of filming in her native New Zealand, McIver became friends with the actress playing the forever 14-year-old Susie, Saoirse Ronan. Seven years later, and the two remain close. They do, after all, have a lot in common: both McIver and Ronan began acting when they were still children in English-speaking countries with a much smaller entertainment industry than the U.S.
Now 26, McIver is an industry veteran with a résumé that includes everything from The Piano and Xena: Warrior Princess to Once Upon a Time, Masters of Sex, and indie films like Brightest Star. Tonight, McIver’s new show iZombie will debut on the CW. The premise might sound a little silly—McIver stars as a crime-solving zombie who works in a morgue and eats the brains of murder victims—but, helmed by Veronica Mars’ Rob Thomas, the series is clever and fun.
SAOIRSE RONAN: Rosiepops! Can you hear me? You sound really far away.
ROSE McIVER: Yeah, you sound like you’re talking through a hedge. It’s like that Louis C.K. thing—it’s a miracle we can even talk like this.
Saoirse, her co-star Iain De Caestecker and Lost River’s director Ryan Gosling talked about the film in an interview at the SXSW Film Festival, watch it below:
Our gallery has been updated with the first images of Saoirse at the “Lost River” Premiere at SXSW Film Festival. We’ll add more as we find them!
Saoirse is set to attend Jameson Dublin International Film Festival, which is going to take place across Dublin from 19-29 March.
Ronan will be attending a screening of her film ‘Lost River’, a fantasy neo-noir film which was written and directed by Ryan Gosling and also stars Christina Hendricks and Eva Mendes.
Saoirse’s film ‘Brooklyn’ was last week given a US release date of November 6th putting it in the midst of Oscar contention after an overwhelmingly positive response at Sundance, which saw it acquired by Fox Searchlight in a $9m deal.
Other Irish talents that will appear at the festival include Orla Brady, Jack Reynor and Robbie Sheehan while international guests include Julie Andrews, Ryan O’Neal, Danny Huston, Russell Crowe, Alan Rickman, Kim Cattrall and Vincent Perez.
We have added a brand new poster for Ryan Gosling’s ‘Lost River’ to our photo gallery, featuring Saoirse and her co-star in the film Iain De Caestecker!
Wes Anderson’s film ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, starring Saoirse as Agatha, won 4 Oscar statuettes tonight in the following categories:
• Costume Design
• Makeup & Hairstyling
• Production Design
• Original Score