It’s been some time since we’ve last seen Noomi (at the Cannes Film Festival to be exact), so it has been a great surprise to see her at yesterday’s Paris Fashion Week. So far, Noomi has attended two shows – Givenchy and Giambattista Valli – so plenty of new pictures have been added to the gallery. Many thanks to Lindsey for sending in some of these, very appreciated! Enjoy the new pictures.
As you might have noticed, there aren’t many news on Noomi right now as she’s (probably) still shooting “Child 44″. So while going through my collection, I stumbled upon some theatre pictures that were not uploaded yet. So, have a look at some rehesearls pictures and production stills from “Bombad” as well as additional promotional pictures from “Medealand”.
According to Deadline, Vincent Cassel (Black Swan, Mesrine, Oceanâ€™s Twelve and Thirteen) has been tapped as a last-minute addition to Summitâ€™s now-filming Soviet thriller Child 44. The Cesar-winning thesp is replacing previously cast Philip Seymour Hoffman in the pic which has been filming since June under director Daniel Espinosa (Easy Money, Safe House). Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman, and Joel Kinnaman also star in the tale of a military cop investigating a series of child murders in 1950s Stalinist Russia, adapted by Oscar-nominated Richard Price from Tom Rob Smithâ€™s bestseller. Child 44 is the first book in Smithâ€™s trilogy featuring protagonist Leo Stepanovich Demidov, played by Hardy in the pic. Ridley Scott is producing Child 44 for his Scott Free Productions with Michael Schaefer and Greg Shapiro. Pic is co-financed and exec produced by Worldview Entertainment, whose Christopher Woodrow, Molly Conners, Maria Cestone, Sarah Johnson Redlich are executive producing along with Douglas Urbanski. Lionsgateâ€™s Erik Feig and Jim Miller are overseeing for the studio.
It’s been a while since the video archive has received some proper care, so today’s update will surely make up it with that. Eighteen new clips have been added, ranging from Noomi’s 2009/2010 promotion for the “Millennium” trilogy around the world, various public appearances to a couple of “Prometheus” screen tests and a recent appearance at the Apple SoHo Store’s “Meet the Filmmakers” series for “Dead Man Down”. For a complete list of all new videos, simply click one of the previews below. Enjoy watching!
The film albums have been updated with additional production stills, promos, on-set pictures and posters from Noomi’s films throughout the years. Besides posters for her early Swedish work, there are some additions for the “Millennium” trilogy as well as “Prometheus”. To launch all last added pictures, simply click one of the previews below.