Saoirse Ronan in SEE HOW THEY RUN

In SEE HOW THEY RUN, the Irish actor, best known for bringing Jo March to life in Greta Gerwig’s 2019 adaptation of LITTLE WOMEN, plays an ambitious police officer paired with seasoned, yet unorthodox, detective (Sam Rockwell), in a ‘whodunnit’ murder mystery comedy where the scene of the crime is a theatre. The production, directed by THIS COUNTRY‘s Tom George, has a very impressive cast, hence Ronan’s struggle to pick the correct co-star in answer to our trivia questions. Joining Ronan and Rockwell are David Oyelowo, Ruth Wilson, Adrien Brody, Pippa Bennett-Warner, Reece Shearsmith and Harris Dickinson.

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Saoirse Ronan’s essential performances

Since her breakout role in 2007, Saoirse Ronan has been one of the most exciting talents in Hollywood, giving impeccable performances from action movies to period dramas. At 28 years old, she’s worked with some of Hollywood’s best directors; she’s been on rotation working with Joe Wright, Greta Gerwig, and Wes Anderson. In an interview with The Irish Sun in 2017, Ryan Gosling recalled working with the actress during his feature directorial debut, Lost River, praising her as “Meryl (Streep) reborn;” Ronan would later go on to work with the legendary actress, Meryl Streep, in Gerwig’s adaptation of LITTLE WOMEN.

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Ronan in SEE HOW THEY RUN

Saoirse Ronan steps into the shoes of enthusiastic newcomer Constable Stalker in SEE HOW THEY RUN. Set in 1950s London, and in the West End to be precise, the movie follows the aftermath of a big-name death — a Hollywood director who was set to turn a smash-hit play into a film. Slated to hit cinemas at the end of September, the flick hails from first-time feature director Tom George with Mark Chappell on scripting duties.

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Saoirse Ronan to Star in THE OUTRUN

Saoirse Ronan is set to star in THE OUTRUN, the new film from THE UNFORGIVEABLE director Nora Fingscheidt. Ronan, a four-time Oscar nominee, will play Rona, a woman fresh out of rehab who, after more than a decade away, returns to Scotland’s wild Orkney Islands and to the sheep farm of her childhood, in the adaptation of Amy Liptrot’s best-selling memoir of the same name. Fingscheidt and Liptrot have adapted the book for the screen.

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