Welcome to Noomi Rapace Online, your unofficial web resource on the Emmy and BAFTA nominated Swedish actress, who's best known for her breakthrough performance as Lisbeth Salander in the original Millennium trilogy, also known as "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo", and her appearances in US films, including Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Prometheus and Dead Man Down. This website features all essential information on Noomi's past and present work, with extensive photo galleries and video clip archives. Enjoy your stay!

Exciting news from Deadline: Noomi Rapace has teamed with director Tommy Wirkola for “What Happened To Monday?” The script, which made the Black List, was written by Max Botkin. Rapace will play the multiple roles of septuplet sisters who struggle to stay hidden in an overpopulated world were a one-child policy outlaws siblings. Wirkola said he originally envisioned the protagonist(s) as male, but “I was struck by the complexities of having an actor portray seven characters and immediately knew Noomi was the ideal actor – male or female – to bring them to life,” Wirkola said in a statement. Raffaella De Laurentiis is producing through Raffaella Productions, along with Vendome’s Philippe Rousselet. Vendome is also financing the film. Sounds like an amazing new project for Noomi.

Ridley Scott, who is currently promoting his latest movie “The Counsellor”, revealed that the screenplay for the “Prometheus” sequel is currently being developed. He said at the London press conference: “Prometheus is being written right now. Number two.” News on a follow-up for the 2012 sci-fi thriller have been quiet ever since the first film’s release. Earlier this year, Noomi Rapace told The Playlist that “they’re working on the script, [and] I met Ridley in London a couple of weeks ago”. Even Ridley’s statement at the press conference is rather brief, but at least it’s some new development so far. The clip from the conference can be watched here.

This week, Noomi has attended two more events in London – the The London Edition And Nowness Dinner To Celebrate “On Collaboration” as well as a private preview at the Frieze Art Fair. Pictures from both events have been added to the gallery.

Yesterday, Noomi has attended the premiere for “Zero Theorem” at the 57th BFI London Film Festival. Pictures of her and Lily Cole have been added to the gallery.

I don’t think I’ve ever used the word megapost – but it’s just fitting here: Over 80 additional on-set pictures and production stills from “Prometheus” have been added to the gallery. There are lots of unseen pictures from the making of the film and some stunning new finds. To launch all last added pictures, simply click one of the previews below. Many thanks to gobble99 for the heads-up!

Career – Feature Films – Prometheus – On-Set Pictures – Last uploads
Career – Feature Films – Prometheus – Production Stills – Last uploads
Career – Feature Films – Prometheus – Promotional Stills – Last uploads