Dec 02
2021

On Monday, Noomi was among the many prominent guests to grace the red carpet of the 2021 Fashion Awards in London. Lots of pictures from the event have been added to the photo gallery.


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Nov 21
2021

It took eight years and a very enticing look book before Lamb co-writer and director Valdimar Jóhannsson got Iceland’s current Oscar entry off the ground. Rapace told us during during the film’s panel at Deadline’s Contenders Film: International that Jóhannsson’s pitch was of few words, but rather a bulk of pictures in a heavy volume of illustrations he created. “I was drawn into the universe of Lamb,” Rapace said. The filmmaker co-penned the screenplay with Icelandic poet Sjón. Jóhannsson even created a clay scale model of the farm he yearned to create for the film. In finding that farmland location in Iceland, Rapace laughs that the filmmaker was “driving around the islands to find the matching farm to his clay farm.” When finally discovered, let’s just say the location was bliss. “You drove into the valleys and everything just died,” Rapace said. “It felt like you were swallowed by the universe, and everything was fading, and we were just going deeper and deeper into the world of Lamb.” Explaining how the Christ-like movie relates to today’s world, Rapace remarked: “It’s quite a universal story. It deals with parenthood, loss, healing.” “Humans versus nature and how far are we willing to go,” she added. “How much have we taken and when will nature hit back at us?” Lamb has grossed $2.7 million at the domestic box office for A24 and holds a Rotten Tomatoes score of 84% certified fresh. Jóhannsson won the Un Certain Regard Prize of Originality award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Check back Monday for the panel video.

Oct 15
2021

The international promotion tour for “Lamb” continues with an appearance at the 65th BFI London Film Festival, where Noomi and director Valdimar Jóhannsson were on hand to promote the film. Pictures from the premiere have been added to the photo gallery.

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Oct 11
2021

Noomi Rapace was a vision in white at yesterday’s screening of “Lamb” at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain, taking place only a day after the screening of “The Trip”. Pictures from the premiere have been added to the photo gallery.


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Oct 09
2021

Noomi Rapace is busy with a dual promotional tour for both “Lamb” and “The Trip”. The latter was screened today at the 2021 Sitges Film Festival and Spain – and Noomi and director Valdimar Jóhannsson were on hand to promote the dark comedy, which premiered in Swedish cinemas this June. Pictures from the press conference have been added to the photo gallery. “The Trip” will be released in the US, UK and other territories on October 15 on Netflix. Edit: More pitures from the evening’s gala screening of the film have been added as well.


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Apr 13
2019

Noomi Rapace posed at the ‘Stockholm’ New York Premiere red carpet alongsite her co-star Ethan Hawke and director Robert Budreau at Museum of Modern Art on April 11.

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Apr 13
2019

Noomi Rapace, Ethan Hawke and Robert Budreau discussed ‘Stockholm’ at Build Series ahead the New York premiere. Watch below the Q&A and check our gallery for high quality images!

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Jan 18
2019

Hello, everyone! Noomi attended ‘Close’ London Special Screening this week alongside her son Lev Rapace and co-stars Rupert Whitaker, Eoin Macken, Jacquie Davis, Sophie Nelisse and director Vicky Jewson, and you can check out our gallery to see some pretty high quality images. Enjoy!

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Sep 07
2018

Hello, everyone! Noomi attended Eytys Flagship Store Launch Dinner last night (September 6) in London. Our gallery was updated with some HQ images from the event, enjoy!

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Apr 21
2018

On Thursday, Noomi Rapace and Ethan Hawke have attended the Tribeca Film Festival alongside director Robert Budreau to celebrate the world-premiere of “Stockholm.” So far, only The Hollywood Reporter has posted a review, so let’s wait for more to drop. In the meantime, lots of pictures from the premiere have been added to the photo gallery with many thanks to Joan for sending them in. Edit: More reviews have been added, and it’s great to see good reviews for the film and especially praise for Noomi’s performance!


The Hollywood Reporter, John De Fore (April 19, 2018)
As the hostage who will come to most closely identify with the outlaws, Rapace has the film’s biggest job. She’s not so insensitive as to make it look easy. Bianca is married with two young children, and, judging solely from Rapace’s mien, harbors no fantasies about running away with a rogue. But she notices every thing Lars does to make this ordeal easier for her, sees how he is subtly disrespected by the man he’s trying to rescue, and, late in the plot, realizes Lars is the same criminal who once saved the life of an old man while robbing his house. And just as important, Bianca is allowed a few bits of contact with her husband (one of which is a nervously comic highlight), and that decent, frightened man lets her down in banal but telling ways.

Variety, Owen Gleiberman (April 21, 2018)
Enough filmmakers have nailed the early ’70s that even if you didn’t live through it, you can tell when a movie misses the era. In “Stockholm,” the hair and clothes are accurate in a costume-shop way, but the atmosphere is too slick and bright and punchy. The one performer with the right desultory presence is Noomi Rapace, under big glasses and long straight sandy blonde hair held back in a bun. Her Bianca just wants to stay alive and get home to her two children. The question is, what’s her best strategy?

Slash Film, Hoai-Tran Bui (April 21, 2018)
The movie goes out of its way to convince us that Lars is a sympathetic character, flying into a panic over his hostages’ well-being as often as he flies into a rage. In another person’s hands, Lars would have probably veered toward comic relief or even mentally disabled, but this incompetent, outrageous robber is given pathos by Hawke’s no-holds-barred performance. He’s supported by a revelatory turn by Rapace, who lends a quiet strength to Bianca, and Mark Strong’s stoic straight man.