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Welcome to Adoring Saoirse Ronan, your english fansource about everything related to the 3 times Academy Awards nominee actress Saoirse Ronan. Saoirse is most known for her roles as 'Briony Tallis' on the 2008 movie Atonement, 'Christine McPherson' on Lady Bird and as 'Jo March' on Little Women. Saoirse can also be seen on the movies The Host, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Mary Queen of Scots and soon on Ammonite and The French Dispatch. We aim to provide you the best and fastest source about the irish actress by keeping you updated with her every project, appareance, interview or photoshoot. Enjoy your stay!
  • November 27 - BAFTA Scotland Awards
  • September 08 - ‘See How They Run’ stills and trailer
  • January 31 - Saoirse Ronan to star in Nora Fingscheidt’s ‘The Outrun’
  • December 17 - ‘The French Dispatch’ Screen Captures
  • November 13 - Vogue UK Photoshoot
  • November 11 - ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’ update
  • October 03 - Come back and new theme
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  • January 04, 2016  Comments are off Articles

    PEOPLE: Saoirse Ronan is confirming what we’ve always suspected.

    At the 2016 Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala on Saturday, the Brooklyn actress, 21, sang the praises of Ryan Gosling to PEOPLE, noting that no one could pronounce her Irish name (“Ser-sha”) until the actor intervened.

    Presenting Ronan with the New Hollywood Award at the Hollywood Film Awards in November, Gosling said, “It’s Ser-sha, like inertia” – and suddenly, people started pronouncing her name correctly.

    “Someone sent me a photo two weeks later of a cinema in Minnesota, and on the sign in the front it said “Brooklyn” and then underneath it said, ‘Ser-sha, Like Inertia,”‘ Ronan tells PEOPLE. “I couldn’t believe it! They actually put it on the front of the cinema, so the power of Ryan Gosling is stronger than anything else.”

    While presenting her award, Gosling had also called Ronan one of his favorite actresses – and people. The feeling is clearly mutual.

    “He’s like, Jesus or something, like a blond Canadian Jesus,” Ronan tells PEOPLE.

    The Irish starlet learned of her Golden Globe nomination – Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama – for her role as an Irish immigrant in Brooklyn while she was at the nail salon.

    “I was in the nail salon getting my nails done and my phone kept dining, but I couldn’t answer because my nails were wet. When I finally answered, I got the news,” she previously told PEOPLE, noting that she shrieked with excitement. “I told everyone at the salon. They were congratulating me, and we even popped champagne.”