Our gallery has been updated with two images from the photoshoot Saoirse did for Wonderland Magazine. The quality isn’t great, so we’ll replace them as soon as we get better ones. The “Mean Girls” issue, which features Saoirse, Lindsay Lohan, Barbara Palvin and Stacy Martin is out now and you can buy it here.
Saoirse attended the ISPCC Brown Thomas Fashion Show yesterday in Dublin, Ireland. She talked to Louis Walsh about her recent project, Brooklyn, and mentioned she isn’t working on any other film at the moment.
“I’m not doing anything at the moment. I finished ‘Brooklyn’ a couple of months ago. It was amazing and it was probably the toughest job I’ve ever done because it was set in Ireland, because it’s about an Irish girl, because it was the journey that my parents went through and that I’m kind of going through right now.”
Saoirse is Wonderland’s magazine upcoming cover girl! We’ve added an image of the cover to our photo gallery, and we’ll add scans of the issue as soon as we find them.
Our gallery has been updated with screen captures of Saoirse’s cameo in the film “Muppets Most Wanted”.
Our gallery has (finally) been updated with images of Saoirse at the Miu Miu Resort Collection 2015. My apologies for the belated post.
Saoirse voiced the Bratz doll Sasha in a Robot Chicken skit a while ago, which aired a few weeks ago. You can watch the video and hear her voice below. Apologies for the belated post!
Variety has just released a list of their favorite films from 2014, and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is among them.
To say that our top three critics don’t always see eye-to-eye would be an understatement, but they can all agree on at least one thing: “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is one of Wes Anderson’s best movies, and one of the strongest entries in a year that has so far offered no shortage of cinematic excellence. Also mentioned by at least one critic: a steamy gay-cruising thriller, a hotly debated biblical epic, and two staggeringly ambitious magnum opuses that clocked in at more than four hours apiece. There will be many more hours (and weeks, and months) of moviegoing to come before they have their final say on the year in movies, but at the moment, 2014 is off to an excellent start.
Wes Anderson’s ambitious chronicle of an imaginary Europe in the lull between two not-so-imaginary wars is, unsurprisingly, a marvel of technology and design, with its round-robin aspect ratios, ingenious use of miniatures and a luxe hotel worthy of Thomas Mann. But the triumph of Anderson’s film is that it is equally rich — and finally, terribly moving — in its sense of an irrecoverable past, first loves, true friendships and small acts of heroism.
For the complete list, visit Variety.com!
Our gallery hasbeen updated with more screen captures of Saoirse’s interviews. These are from 2014, during the promotion of the film “The Grand Budapest Hotel”. I’ll be uploading more soon!
Screen Captures > Interviews > 2014 > Movies Coming Soon – “The Grand Budapest Hotel”
Our gallery has been updated with a better quality version of an image taken during the promotion of the film “The Host” last year. Thank you to my friend Claudia from christinaricci.net for sending it my way!
I’ve uploaded another batch of screen captures of recent interviews to our photo gallery.
Screen Captures > Interviews > 2013 > The Hollywood Reporter – “How I Live Now”
Screen Captures > Interviews > 2013 > HeyUGuys – “Byzantium”
Screen Captures > Interviews > 2013 > The Showbiz – “How I Live Now”
Screen Captures > Interviews > 2013 > Film – “The Host”