Also yesterday, Noomi was a guest on KTLA (her first American television appearance) to promote this weekend’s release of “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest”. She talked about making the film, what an impact the trilogy has had on her career – and Oscar buzz for Lisbeth Salander. The whole appearance can be watched below.
Yesterday, Noomi has attended the 14th Annual Hollywood Film Awards. Dressed by Alexander McQueen, she was honored with the Spotlight Award for her performance in “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”. All pictures can be found in the gallery, with more information below the previews, courtesy to Variety.
‘Oh, how my life has changed after those three movies,’ Noomi Rapace says. The petite Swede transformed into a kick-butt heroine during her nine months’ filming of the adaptations of Stieg Larsson’s bestselling trilogy that began with “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” and concludes with “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.” As Lisbeth Salander, Rapace has become locally and internationally known. “I’ve done a lot of Swedish films but none like these. I don’t think there’s ever been a level like this for Swedish films before,” she notes. Hollywood has come calling, and Rapace is now filming the “Sherlock Holmes” sequel in London. Which character she plays, she cannot say. “But they have invited me to work with them on the script and to find her. … So actually, this really big movie sometimes feels like a small independent family, searching to do something great together.”
Entertainment Tonight has news on the 2010 Hollywood Film Awards. The gala event will be held on October 25 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Accolades being handed out include The Hollywood Ensemble Award to ‘The Social Network’, while Spotlight Awards will go to Leighton Meester for ‘Country Strong,’ Milla Jovovich for ‘Stone,’ Barry Pepper for ‘Casino Jack,’ Noomi Rapace for ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ and Mila Kunis for ‘Black Swan.’ The other major categories can be voted by the fans – cast your vote for your favorite at Yahoo Movies until October 19. Congratulations, Noomi!
For the past ten years, the Hamptons International Film Festival has honored the work of up and coming young actors through an exciting initiative called the Breakthrough Performers program. Eight actors from around the world, including three of European Film Promotion’s 2010 Shooting Stars, will present their exceptional performances in films highlighted at the Festival. This year’s recipients are Jessica Chastain (The Debt), Luke Grimes (Shit Year), Freida Pinto (Miral), Noomi Rapace (The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest) and Brittany Robertson (The Family Tree and Cherry). On October 09, the Hamptons International Film Festival will host a roundtable discussion with the above actors about what it takes to make it as a young actor in today’s film industry. Discussion will be moderated by Rajendra Roy, the Celeste Bartos Chief Curator of Film at the Museum of Modern Art.
Noomi has attended various premieres and functions at the Venice Film Festival these past days. She attended the Lido this year to promote the screening of her upcoming independent drama “Beyond”, directed by Pernilla August. A list of all latest additions can be found below the previews.
Appearances – 2010 – Venice Film Festival – La Passione Premiere
Appearances – 2010 – Venice Film Festival – Lanica Café
Appearances – 2010 – Venice Film Festival – Raavanan Premiere
Appearances – 2010 – Venice Film Festival – Beyond Photocall
Appearances – 2010 – Venice Film Festival – Beyond Party
Appearances – 2010 – Venice Film Festival – Beyond Portraits Session