Welcome to Noomi Rapace Online, your premiere web resource on the Swedish actress. Best known for her performances as Lisbeth Salander in the original "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" film trilogy, "Prometheus" and the recent Indie hit "Lamb", Noomi Rapace has emerged as one of the most exciting European actresses of this decade. This unofficial fansite provides you with all latest news, photos, editorials and video clips on her past and present work.  Enjoy your stay and check back soon.
May
18
2024

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Noomi Rapace is set to play Mother Teresa in a new film from Teona Strugar Mitevska, director of 2019’s God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya. Rapace will play the legendary Catholic saint in the biopic Mother, which will follow seven consecutive days at a pivotal moment in Mother Teresa’s life, the period where she decides to leave the Loreto Entally convent in Calcutta and launch her own order. Mother will be Mitevska’s English-language debut. She called Rapace, the star of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, ‘” a perfect fit” for her depiction of Mother Teresa, which will be imagined as a rebellious, almost punk figure fighting against the structures of the Catholic church. Born in Northern Macedonia, where Teresa is from, Mitevska said she “grew up with the myth of Mother Teresa” but “as an existentialist” wasn’t that interested in the religious figure until she did a documentary on her life for local TV and that she developed a new appreciation for her. “I absolutely related to her as a woman and I saw a lot of myself in her.” Mother is structured as a five-country co-production between Macedonia’s Sisters and Brother Mitevski, Belgium’s Entre Chien et Loup, Denmark’s Frau Film, the Netherlands’ Baldar Film, Sweden’s Spark Film & TV and Film i Väst. Kinology is handling global sales

May
16
2024

On Wednesday, Noomi Rapace was a guest on “The Rich Eisen Show” to promote “Constellation”, which has been just canceled but is still considered for Emmy recognition by Apple TV+. On the show, Noomi talks about the series, co-starring with Jonathan Banks, her first appearance on film in the 1988 Swedish Viking movie “In the Shadow of the Raven” and appearing in the “Millennium” trilogy. The full interview has been added to the video archive. Screencaptures can be found in the photo gallery.

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May
11
2024

According to Deadline, Apple TV+ has canceled the sci-fi series Constellation after a single season. The series from creator Peter Harness stars Noomi Rapace as an astronaut aboard the International Space Station when an object collides with it. After making repairs, she returns to Earth to find that pieces of her life are missing or not as she recalls them. The cancellation comes just six weeks after Constellation completed its eight-episode season in late March. The series is one of a host of sci-fi titles at Apple TV+, among them For All Mankind, Severance, Foundation, Silo and Invasion. Per usual with streaming platforms, Apple doesn’t viewing figures for Constellation; the series did not make its way into Nielsen’s streaming top 10 during its run. Along with Rapace, Constellation stars Jonathan Banks, James D’Arcy, Julian Looman, William Catlett, Barbara Sukowa and Rosie and Davina Coleman. Turbine Studios and Haut et Court TV produced the series, which filmed in Germany. Harness executive produces (via his Haunted Barn Ltd.) with David Tanner, Tracey Scoffield, Caroline Benjo, Simon Arnal, Carole Scotta, Justin Thomson, and MacLaren Entertainment’s Michelle MacLaren (who also directed two episodes) and Rebecca Hobbs.

May
05
2024

There’s still promotion going on to keep Apple TV+’s “Constellation” in conversation. Noomi attended another virtual press junket to talk about the show (video can be found here) and a Q&A with SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations, for wich a video will be hopefully posted soon. Also added are some new on-set pictures from the production of “Constellation”. A list of all updates can be found below. Edit: The full SAG-AFTRA Foundation conversation has been added to the video archive.

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Apr
30
2024

According to Deadline, Noomi Rapace is set to star in psychological thriller Reckoner, written and directed by Nissar Modi (writer of feature Z For Zachariah) who will be making his movie directorial debut. The film is produced by XYZ Films and Two & Two Pictures. XYZ will continue world sales on the project at the upcoming Cannes market, where it first launched last May. Rapace is replacing Christina Hendricks who is no longer attached due to scheduling conflicts, we understand. In the film, an affluent woman’s (Rapace) carefully constructed life is disrupted by a young man connected to a tightly held secret from her past. Reckoner is a part of Two & Two and XYZ’s partnership to produce films from first- and second-time genre filmmakers from underrepresented demographics. Previously, they have partnered on the upcoming Hallow Road starring Rosamund Pike and Matthew Rhys and recently announced He Bled Neon starring Joe Cole. They have also collaborated on Babak Anvari’s Under The Shadow and I Came By. The film is also a part of XYZ’s New Visions slate of films. “We are immensely excited to join forces with an exceptionally talented team for Reckoner. It is an honour to have Noomi Rapace on board to complement Nissar’s electrifying directorial debut,” said Two & Two Pictures.

Apr
23
2024

Johan Renck, the director of the new hit Netflix sci-fi movie, Spaceman, believes that especially today, you can do whatever the fuck you want and nobody will give a shit. “There are no rules.” Fellow Swede Noomi Rapace, who stars in the new Apple TV sci-fi series, Constellation, echoes a familiar sentiment. So what is the point of art? Typically an antagonism towards the machinaions of culture, the role of art today is especially to make us feel more than it is to make us think. In light of their concurrent releases, office Editor-in-Chief Simon Rasmussen (who has more in common with Noomi and Johan than their Scandinavian heritage) called them up to discuss life, love, isolation, reality, gargantuan spiders, creativity, and the role of traditional storytelling and a slower pace in a present driven by hysterical consumption. In this conversation, there are no rules to break. The complete interview can be read over at Office Magazine.

But all the responses to Spaceman and Constellation – the strong reactions and the love – suggests that these projects hit some kind of sweet spot in people because they question identity and reflect on life without cynicism. It’s interesting because a lot of things are cynical today and still work really well. Yet, there’ are previous generations who have already gone through the circle of cynicism, dealing with mental health issues when it was taboo to say, ‘I’m really fucking unhappy.” I feel like it’s less taboo to say that now. And as you say Simon, there’s this emerging subculture of youth that refuses to be online.

Apr
15
2024

Here is a preview of things to come for Reserved Magazine Issue 9. We have a full editorial starring the stunning Noomi Rapace the star of Apple TV+’s Constellation, in the desert as captured by Amanda Demme. For the digital feature we have implemented BTS footage as not to give it all away. A little teaser, super excited for this epic journey into summer 2024. There are places within this Emerald City where special people flock—those who have it, so they get it— places where things happen, behind closed doors, or gates, or hedges, places where photos, if taken, are never published. Places like the Chateau, where, naturally, Noomi Rapace and I recently lunched. Noomi strides into the Chateau’s courtyard, all grace and determination, not a minute later than our planned 12:15 meeting. In town with the rest of the brilliant cast promoting Constellation, the series now streaming on Apple TV+, Rapace effortlessly dons a neutral graffiti’d adorned trench and a monochrome hoodie ensemble capped with dark rounded frames obscuring kind eyes. Her top-knotted obsidian locks, striking bone structure and make-up free complexion give up the appearance of an off-duty-model day. For pre-order options and a behind-the-scenes video, please visit the Reserved Magazine website.

Apr
12
2024

Last week, Noomi’s AppleTV+ series “Constellation” wrapped with its final episode. The sci-fi mystery show has slowly built up a fascinating but head-scratching mystery, with family dramas, cosmonaut conspiracies and dual realities. For a deep dive into all eight episodes – filled with spoilers – you can check out our comprehensive episode guide. New clips and screencaptures from a new making of have been added as well.

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Mar
29
2024

It’s been a while since we’ve updated Noomi’s editorial work for magazine shoots and publicity. So, while updating some recent shots for the promotion of “Constellation”, I went through the archives and added some wonderful additional pictures from previous photoshoots, dating back to 2009’s promotion of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”. A complete list of updates can be found below. Enjoy.

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Mar
29
2024

A new batch of articles and interviews from the “Constellation” press coverage has been added to the photo gallery, mostly from the British press and including Q&As with The Guardian and The Observer (many thanks to Alvaro for sending this in). And while we’re at it, I also found a couple of articles from the very sparse coverage for last year’s “Django”. A complete list of updates can be found below.

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