Another Haunting Look at Saoirse Ronan in Stephenie Meyer’s THE HOST

Adding onto the photo bank of stills from the big screen adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s first adult novel The Host that we brought you last week, we’ve got a new still to add to the collection. Launching the countdown to less than a year before the invasion of The Host in a theater near you is the release of this still of the incredible Saoirse Ronan post-possession.

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Saoirse Ronan is such an amazing young actress. Even with the contacts signifying possession, Ronan can still convey so much with just a look. If Ronan can make The Lovely Bones not only watchable but memorable for me, then I’ll withstand some Stephenie Meyer!


The Host” is a riveting story about the survival of love and the human spirit in a time of war. Our world has been invaded by an unseen enemy. Humans become hosts for these invaders, their minds taken over while their bodies remain intact. Most of humanity has succumbed.

When Melanie, one of the few remaining “wild” humans, is captured, she is certain it is her end. Wanderer, the invading “soul” who has been given Melanie’s body, was warned about the challenges of living inside a human: the overwhelming emotions, the glut of senses, the too-vivid memories. But there was one difficulty Wanderer didn’t expect: the former tenant of her body refusing to relinquish possession of her mind.

When outside forces make Wanderer and Melanie unwilling allies, they set off on a dangerous and uncertain search for the man they both love.

Directed by Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, In Time), The Host stars Saoirse Ronan (Hanna, The Lovely Bones, Atonement), Max Irons (Red Riding Hood), Jake Abel (I Am Number Four, Percy Jackson & the Olympians), Diane Kruger (Inglorious Bastards, Unknown), William Hurt (Into The Wild, The Incredible Hulk) and Frances Fisher (Titantic).

The Host is slated to hit theaters on March 29th, 2013.

Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
Written by Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer

is Senior Managing Editor for SciFi, skips along between the lines of sci-fi, fantasy, and reality, and is living proof that geek girls really DO exist!