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 smash "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.
Noomi is staying in France for more shows at the Paris Fashion Week. Yesterday, she attended the runway at Dior’s 2023/2024 Menswear show. A couple of pictures have been added to the photo gallery, alongside additions to Thursday’s Givenchy show. Next up, most probably this weekend, is Portugal’s Fest PRO, for which Noomi was previously announced to participate in a conversation panel on acting, so stay tuned.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2023 – Paris Fashion Week – Dior Menswear
Yesterday, Noomi Rapace was among the many celebrity guest to make a grand entrance at Paris’ Invalides museum for the city’s Fashion Week’s Givenchy Menswear Spring/Summer 2024 runway. Pictures have been added to the photo gallery.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2023 – Paris Fashion Week – Givenchy Menswear
Apparently it takes a flash to bring us some Noomi updates. On Wednesday, the actress was among the many guests of a special screening for “The Flash” in London. A couple of pictures from the red carpet have been added to the photo gallery.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2023 – “The Flash” Special Screening (London)
On Sunday, Noomi has made a surprise appearance (surprising because she hasn’t made a public appearance since October of last year) at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Party at the 95th Academy Awards in Hollywood. A couple of pictures have been added to the photo gallery.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2023 – 95th Academy Awards – After-Party
“Django” is currently streaming with weekly new episodes throughout Europe (in Italy, Germany and France since February and in the United Kingdom since the first week of March). Over 70 production stills from all 10 episodes have been added to the photo gallery.
The 10-part limited series “Django”, starring Matthias Schoenaerts and Noomi Rapace, premieres today on Canal+ in France and on Sky in most European countries. It releases with a surprisingly low promotional tour, on which Noomi hasn’t participated, so unfortunately there are no new interviews or appearances. But a great batch of additional pictures have been added to the photo gallery.
A new batch of production stills, international posters and trailer screencaptures for “Assassin Club” has been added to the photo gallery, alongside two new production stills for “Django”. After “Assassin Club” has had a rather odd early release in many Eastern European countries this January, it will receive wider releases in March, just in time for Django’s television premiere on Sky and Canal Plus.
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Django – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Assassin Club – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Assassin Club – Screencaptures – International Trailer
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Assassin Club – Posters & Key-Art
The high-octane trailer for new Sky Original series Django, a reimagining of the classic western, has been revealed today by Sky. The ten-part series had its world premiere at last year’s Rome Film Festival to great critical acclaim and is set to debut on Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW in February. Directed by Francesca Comencini and loosely based on the cult classic by Sergio Corbucci, Django is set in Texas in the late 1800s, following a jaded cowboy in search of the daughter he thought he’d lost. The 10 x 60 series stars the award-winning Matthias Schoenaerts as the iconic title character, alongside Nicholas Pinnock as John Ellis, visionary founder of the town of New Babylon, Lisa Vicari, who plays Django’s daughter Sarah, and Noomi Rapace in the role of John’s powerful and ruthless enemy Elizabeth Thurman. Rounding out the cast are Jyuddah Jaymes, Benny O. Arthur and Eric Kole as John Ellis’s children and Tom Austen as cowboy Eljiah Turner.
In following his daughter’s trail, Django comes upon New Babylon, a town at the bottom of a crater, where all outcasts are welcome and where everyone is equal and free. Here, Django discovers that his daughter is alive and set to marry John Ellis, the founder of New Babylon. Sarah – who blames her father for the death of their family, massacred many years earlier while he was at war – wants Django to leave. But he refuses to give up and does everything in his power to get a second chance with her, becoming a valuable ally for Ellis, who must defend the town from Elizabeth Thurman’s attacks. Unbeknownst to them, Django, John, and Sarah are linked by a web of secrets and a dark past bound to resurface.
Django is produced for Sky and CANAL+ by Cattleya (part of ITV Studios) and Atlantique Productions (part of Mediawan) and co-produced by Sky Studios and CANAL+, in collaboration with STUDIOCANAL and Odeon Fiction and with the support of the Italian Ministry of Culture and the Romanian government. The remaining episodes are directed by David Evans (Downton Abbey) and Enrico Maria Artale (Romulus). International distribution is by STUDIOCANAL. Django will be available in all Sky markets including UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Austria & Switzerland.
Among Noomi’s upcoming projects in the action thriller “Assassin Club”, in which she plays Falk, one of seven contract killers hired to kill one of their own. While there have been no news on the film since its 2021 filming in Italy – out of the blue there are now a first trailer, pictures – and a release date IN THREE WEEKS for most Eastern European countries, including Bosnia (titled “Klub Ubica”) and Slovenia (titled “Klub Morilcev”). IMDb lists an April 14 release date for the United Kingdom, so I assume more dates will follow for a release in th Spring. The trailer, which looks… well, a bit odd, can be found below.
When assassin Morgan Gaines (Henry Golding) is offered a contract to kill seven people, he quickly discovers that his targets are also assassins contracted to kill him. The only way out of the situation is to leave a trail of corpses and find the genius who set the trap for them. Morgan sets out to hunt down the humans, one by one. Meanwhile, the assassins settle on Sophie (Daniela Melchior), Morgan’s love interest. They use her as a pawn in their deadly game, forcing Morgan to make an impossible sacrifice: the only way to save her life is to lose his own.
While we’re at it, screencaptures from “Black Crab” have been added to the photo gallery as well. The futuristic war thriller premiered on Netflix back in March – just in time to become very, very recent with what has happened in the world at the exact time. It is two thirds of a brilliant suspenseful and original film, until the last third turns into a quite generic apocalyptic thriller. Still, a fantastic project helmed by outstanding performances from Noomi Rapace (minus her hideous wig) and Jakob Oftebro. You can still stream “Black Crab” on Netflix.
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Black Crab – Screencaptures