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Saoirse Ronan 2018 Tribeca Film Festival After-Party For The Seagull, Hosted By Bulleit At Mailroom
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'The Lovely Bones' Actress Saoirse Ronan Tried to Teach Colbert Irish

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Colbert, of course, told Ronan to go to hell.Read Full Story

Movie Reviews: Your Guide to the Theater This Weekend

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Love is alive in 1950s 'Brooklyn', but not for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in 'By the Sea'.Read Full Story

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is Surreal Madcap Insanity

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(L-R) Tony Revolori and Saorise Ronan in The Grand Budapest Hotel. (Fox Searchlight Pictures) Long story short: The Grand Budapest Hotel is Wes Anderson's most experimental, surreal comedy yet, endowed with all the trimmings of the filmmaker's best work.The Grand Budapest Hotel will remind you of: Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Royal Tenenbaums, Dragon Gate Inn, The Shining, Delicatessen, Amélie, The Science of Sleep, The Shawshank Redemption, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Review: All of Wes...Read Full Story

Saoirse Ronan Finds True Love and Terror in 'How I Live Now'

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(Magnolia)  In the near distant future, foul-mouthed, punk-inspired NYC chic Daisy (Saoirse Ronan) boards a plane to England to visit her family. There she finds green pastures, tranquility, and love in the arms of the charming Edward (George MacKay). Their budding relationship is put in jeopardy, however, when a nuclear device explosion sends occupied England into World War III. The story in Kevin MacDonald's How I Live Now is based on Meg Rosoff's YA novel of the same name, and is pretty...Read Full Story

WATCH: Saoirse Ronan Is 16 Forever in Gothic 'Byzantium'

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In Byzantium, it looks like director Neil Jordan takes the gothic drama right out of his 1994 film Interview With a Vampire, and trades in two males leads for Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton, mother-daughter vampires who must flee from their very long past and seek refuge in a deserted guesthouse in a run-down coastal town. Like Interview With a Vampire, Jordan isn't afraid to go heavy on the drama , lore, and play up of the mystique that two female vamps with plenty of secrets to reveal...Read Full Story
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