Archive for the Gallery Updates

A couple of new production stills from the upcoming “Rupture” have been added to the photo gallery, while some previously added pictures have been replaced with better quality. Many thanks to Marika for helping me out with these. Enjoy.

Yesterday, Noomi Rapace attended the Serpentine Gallery’s Annual Summer Party in London. A couple of pictures have been added to the photo gallery.


Posted on June 20th, 2016 | Filed under Gallery Updates

Screencaptures from two of Noomi’s lesser known apprarances have been added – both directed by Aitor Throup. The first in Kasabian’s 2014 music video for “Eez-Eh”, in which Noomi is stunningly filmed in black and white (and with a pelican, in case you’ve wondered). The second project is Throup’s rather obscure but fascinating short “Nowness: A Portrait of Noomi Rapace”, based on his New Object Research concept. Screencaptures from the making of have been added as well.


Photo Gallery – Miscellaneous – Nowness: A Portrait of Noomi Rapace – Screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Miscellaneous – Nowness: A Portrait of Noomi Rapace – Making Of Screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Miscellaneous – Kasabian – Eez-Eh – Screencaptures

Earlier today, Noomi Rapace and Tom Hardy were spotted at the Audio Polo Challenge in London. The co-stars of “The Drop” and “Child 44”, both were in good company alongside director Yoann Lemoine, Hardy’s wife Charlotte Riley, Ellie Goulding, Luke Evans and James Nesbitt. To view all pictures from the event, click any of the previews below.


This year marks the 20th year of the almighty Fantasia International Film Festival. The first wave of films and special guests has just been announced and it includes Noomi’s upcoming superntatural thriller “Rupture”: Steven Shainberg, celebrated iconoclastic filmmaker behind “Secretary” and “Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus” has returned to the director’s chair with his first full-on genre work, which we are thrilled to be unveiling to the world. “Rupture”is a provocative and startling sci-fi/horror/thriller about a single mother struggling to escape from a mysterious organization that have abducted her, starring Noomi Rapace, Peter Stormare, and Michael Chiklis. Produced by Andrew Lazar, Christina Weiss Lurie, Steven Shainberg of Tango Pictures, and Andrea Iervolino, Monika Bacardi of AMBI. A premiere date has not yet been released. Many thanks to Marika for the heads-up.

Bloody Disgusting has posted a first promotional image for the upcoming “What Happened to Monday?”. The origin of the artwork is not mentioned, as is no release date. The great Willem Dafoe (John Wick, Antichrist) has joined Prometheus star Noomi Rapace and Glenn Close in sci-fi thriller What Happened to Monday?, which was filmed last July at the Castel Film Studios in Bucharest. Dead Snow and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters‘s Tommy Wirkola directed the feature, which is produced by Vendome Pictures and Raffaella Productions and fully financed by SND, which will handle French distribution rights as well as international sales. “Set in a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, a resourceful set of seven identical sisters must avoid governmental execution and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.” Rapace plays all seven sisters, who are named after the days of the week. Close plays the fierce head of the Child Allocation Bureau, Nicolette Cayman.

While 2016 should be action-packed for Noomi with three theatrical releases slated later this year (Rupture, Unlocked, What Happened to Monday), right now there is only little going on. Over the last few weeks, the photo gallery has been updated with a couple of recent events in London. Check out the previews below to launch all last added pictures. Thanks to Marika for the heads-up.


Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – Free the Children VIP Lunch
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – Purple Dinner and Party at Milk Studios
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – Paris Fashion Week – Man Repeller x Robert Clergerie