“It was great. It’s lovely working with the same people again because you just know how they work and you’ve got a really good rapport with them,” Ronan tells Gold Derby (watch above) of reuniting with her writer/director and co-star. “And it was nice doing this with the two of them because it was big; it was such a big film to take on.”
Anyone familiar with the Louisa May Alcott novel or any of the previous adaptations (or that “Friends” episode) knows how pivotal Jo and Laurie’s relationship is in the story. That means a ton more screen time than in “Lady Bird” between Ronan and Chalamet.