On Thursday, Noomi Rapace and Tom Hardy, among others, have attended the English National Ballet’s Christmas Party in London. Pictures can be found in the image library.
On December 09, Noomi Rapace has attended the British Independent Film Awards in London. Pictures have been added to the gallery. Past nominees, patrons and supporters of BIFA were also in attendance to take part in a special group photo to celebrate the 15th Birthday of the Awards, taken under the iconic UK flag. Prior to the awards, guests dined on a delicious seasonal menu and enjoyed magnums of MoÃ«t & Chandon.
Additionally to the pictures, a compilation of interviews from the red carpet has been added to the video archive as well. Noomi Rapace talks about the upcoming “Prometheus” sequel, her excitement to work with Ridley Scott and Michael Fassbender again, as well as working with Brian DePalma and Rachel McAdams on the upcoming thriller “Passion” and her love of British Independent Cinema. Enjoy.
At long last, over 1.000 DVD screencaptures of “Prometheus” have been added to the image library. It has been great fun to rewatch the film again since I enjoyed it very much when it released theaters. I’m surprised though that it has been “only” solid. People have appreciated it as a film, but not as good as expected within the “Alien” prequel. I thought it was flawless – interesting story, amazing cinematography and good suspense. Plus, Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender gave a fantastic duo on screen. Enjoy the new captures.
As previously reported, Noomi is featured in the new Rolling Stones music video for “Doom and Gloom”. The video has been released two days ago and it’s spectacular! Epic! It has Mick Jagger and Noomi Rapace on the same screen, so there’s basically not much more to say. The video revolves around the seven deadly sins. Noomi Rapace rolls around in money which represents greed, she eats fast food until her head explodes which represents gluttony, and she lays around in bed which represents sloth. Between shots of Rapace there are scenes of the band performing “Doom and Gloom” in an abandoned building. Have a look at the video below and in full glory at Vimeo. Be aware of nudity and, um… vomit?
The song “Doom and Gloom” is the lead single from The Rolling Stones’ most recent release, “GRRR!”. The compilation album was released on November 13. Over 400 HD screencaptures from the music video have been added to the image library. Enjoy!
Noomi Rapace and Tom Hary joined forces for Blag magazine’s 20th anniversary event yesterday in London, as they both appeared in it’s special issue as the cover stars. The 20th anniversary copy of Blag – featuring Tom and Noomi on the front cover – came out in August, but the East London event gave fans the chance to blag a limited edition copy for themselves. The issue featured exclusive photographs and in-depth interviews from the cover stars as well as a bevy of new and vintage interviews, unseen images and highlights from the last 20 years. Pictures from the signing session can be found in the gallery.