The first still from Warner Bros. Picturesâ€™ upcoming action-thriller Unlocked is now online, offering a look at star Noomi Rapace in a dynamic pose. Directed by Michael Apted and based on a screenplay by Peter Oâ€™Brien, Unlocked also stars Academy Award winner Michael Douglas, Orlando Bloom, John Malkovich and Toni Collette. The story follows a CIA interrogator (Rapace), who unwittingly provides information to terrorists and then must race against the clock to stop a biological warfare attack on London. Producers on Unlocked include Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Georgina Townsley and Erik Howsam. Claudia Blumhuber is also producing as well as financing through Silver Reel. Bloom is handling international sales in Berlin/EFM this week. Source: ComingSoon.net.
On January 30, Noomi has been a guest on “Skavlan” to promote the Swedish theatrical release of “The Drop”. She’s also talked about the current filming of “Unlocked”. Noomi has been a frequent visitor to the show, appearing previously in 2010 and 2011. The interview, split in two parts, can be watched in the video archive. Screencaptures have been added to the photo gallery as well.
Finally, a theatrical trailer for “Child 44” has been released. After the film has been in post-production for 1 1/2 years, it’s finally slated for a theatrical release in the USA this April 17th. Based on the bestselling novel, the big screen adaptation of “Child 44” is produced by Ridley Scott and stars Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace, and Vincent Cassel. Screencaptures from the trailer have been added as well.
For e-tailers like MatchesFashion.com, print media offers a fresh way to curate the brand. The London-based luxury site publishes a biannual magazine, The Style Report, with two issues at a timeâ€”one for men, one for women. The zine features current must-have clothes, accessories, and jewelry, naturally, along with stories about industry tastemakers. The face of the fourth womenâ€™s issue is Noomi Rapace, whom you probably know from her turns in Prometheus and the Swedish version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. In the interview, Rapace discusses the contrast between her gritty characters and her real-life love of fashion. â€śI am not drawn to characters that are just sweet and cute, or sexy, and beautiful, because it doesnâ€™t mean anything,â€ť she says. For the complete issue (and the menâ€™s version, which stars Zachary Quinto), head over to MatchesFashion.com today.