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Articles Tagged 'Saoirse Ronan'


Saoirse Ronan and Kate Winslet to Play Love Interests in ‘Ammonite’

Saoirse Ronan is everywhere these days, starring in Mary Queen of Scots, now in theaters, and just recently spotted filming the forthcoming big-screen adaptation of Little Women. She’s now teaming up with Kate Winslet for the romantic drama Ammonite, reports Deadline. The biopic revolves around paleontologist Mary Anning and her relationship with a younger woman in […]

Actress Emma Watson arrives for the BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea Party at the Four Season Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, on January 6, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / CHRIS DELMAS

Emma Watson Shares Photo of Her ‘Little Women’ Co-Stars on Set

Things are very cozy on the set of Great Gerwig‘s adaptation of Little Women, if a photo shared by Emma Watson yesterday (December 13) is anything to go by. The vintage-style photo uploaded to Emma’s Instagram account shows the Harry Potter star with director Greta and fellow co-stars Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen and Timothée Chalamet. Captured […]


First Look: Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson are Jo and Meg March in ‘Little Women’

Greta Gerwig is currently filming her star-studded reboot of Little Women in Boston, with Emma Watson and Saoirse Ronan on set in full period costume. A photographer managed to capture snaps of the pair, alongside newcomers Eliza Scanlen, who recently impressed audiences with her performance in Sharp Objects, and Florence Pugh (The Little Drummer Girl). Emma plays Meg, the […]


WATCH: Saoirse Ronan Has a Nifty Way of Explaining How to Pronounce Her Name

With two Oscar-nominated performances in Atonement and Brooklyn under her belt, there’s just one thing stopping Saoirse Ronan becoming a household name: how you pronounce it. Her traditional Gaelic name certainly has a lot of vowels, leading some to call her “Say-orsey” or even “Sow-erse.” Even people with the name disagree, with some pronouncing it “Seer-she” and others (like this Saoirse) pronouncing […]

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