A first cover appearance for 2013 has been released – and it’s a stunning one! Noomi Rapace is the cover girl of 10 Magazine’s Spring/Summer issue and a few excerpts from inside have been added to the gallery, with many thanks to Filip for letting me know. You can get the latest issue or magazine app on their official website.
The Fashion Week has wandered from Paris to Stockholm, and so has Noomi. She has been seen these past days attending the shows for Local Firm and Ida Sjostedt. Pictures can be found in the gallery. Many thanks to Daphne for the heads-up.
Thanks to Alicia for pointing me to these alternative key art posters for the upcoming “Dead Man Down”. They were created by Iconisus L&Y for its theatrical release. I’m not sure if these are drafts or soon to be released posters for the film, but they all look stunning throughout. View them in all their glory over at Iconisus L&Y as well as in the gallery.
Many thanks to Lindsey for sending in two new production stills from the upcoming “Passion”. So far, the film has a theatrical release date for February 13 in France and Belgium, although most other European releases (including Germany and the Netherlands) have been postponed from February/March to May 2013. A US release date has not yet been announced.
Yesterday, Noomi has attended the Givenchy show at the Paris Fashion Week. Pictures from the front row have been added to the gallery. Edit: Additional pictures have been added with many thanks to Filip!
Shortly before Christmas, Fox Searchlight offered Noomi Rapace the female lead opposite Tom Hardy in Michael Roskam’s drama “Animal Rescue” (read article here) and Variety has learned that the “Prometheus” star has accepted the role and closed her deal. Chernin Entertainment and Mike Larocca are producing the pic, which author Dennis Lehane adapted from his own short story that first appeared in “Boston Noir.” Production is skedded to begin this spring in New York, where Fox Searchlight is relocating the story rather than film in Massachusetts, where Lehane adaptations “Mystic River,” “Shutter Island” and “Gone Baby Gone” all took place. Hardy stars as a man looking to reform his criminal ways who gets mixed up in a bad heist and a killing resulting from a lost and contested pit bull. Rapace will play Nadia, a woman with a scar across her entire neck who crosses paths with the protag when he finds a wounded puppy outside her home. Rapace had been looking for a chance to work with Hardy, as the duo were also considering working together on Scott Free’s long-gestating project “Child 44.”