The Irish actress Saoirse Ronan will get a role in ‘The French Dispatch’, the new film from director Wes Anderson (“The Grand Budapest Hotel’, ‘Moonrise Kingdom’). That she told in an interview with entertainmentwebsite Gold Derby.
Ronan, in 2008, nominated for both an Oscar, a Golden Globe as a BAFTA Award for her supporting role as Briony Tallis in the american drama ‘Atonement’, revealed in an interview with Gold Derby that the filming of ‘The French Dispatch’ in the spring of 2019 to start, and that they are part of the cast. The actress is currently on promotournee for the historical american drama ‘Mary Queen of Scots’, in which they role played.
The cast of ‘The French Dispatch’ is further comprised of names such as Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Benicio Del Toro, Jeffrey Wright, and Timothée Chalamet. Ronan and Chalamet worked previously together for ‘Lady Bird’, and the duo will soon be seen in Greta Gerwigs film ‘Little Women’.
It is expected that ‘The French Dispatch’, at the earliest, in 2020 on the white cloth.