Can you call her overdue? Why not if her nominations are spread across a decade. Considering that she is playing Jo March in Greta Gerwig‘s version of Louisa May Alcott’s much-filmed “Little Women” — one of American literature’s most iconic female characters, you just know that Ronan has the right amount of spunk to bring her headstrong character to vivid life. We will have to wait until Dec. 25 to see how she stacks up with Katharine Hepburn and June Allyson, who previously played Jo on the big screen.
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