Dec 16
2017

Hollywood’s “Bright” stars dazzled all their way at yesterday’s London premiere of the upcoming action and thriller cinematic. The event had it all for the fans, massive autographs and photo shoot where the “Bright”’s crew showed up, including stars Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace and Lucy Fry. The co-production of Max Landis and David Ayer is one massive cinematic already awaited in the must watch list of action films, expected to kick off release in cinemas on Friday, December 22. Pictures from the premiere have been added to the photo gallery.


Dec 14
2017


On Wednesday, Noomi and the cast and crew of “Bright” celebrated the film’s Los Angeles premiere. A press conference was held earlier that day and Entertainment Weekly has the scoop on this one: While promoting his latest film, Netflix’s Bright, at a press event in Beverly Hills, California, Will Smith went on a political tangent in which he addressed the state of the world, President Donald Trump (without saying his name), and what comes next. “This is the purge, right?” Smith asked the gathered crowd, according to IndieWire reporter Jenna Marotta — a day after controversial Republican Roy Moore lost the Senate special election in Alabama to Doug Jones. “This is the cleanse, this is what happens. This is the natural reaction to the amount of light that came into the world when Barack Obama was the president.” Flanked by costar Joel Edgerton and director David Ayer, Smith went on to say, “We had to expect that [the pendulum] was going to go the other way,” in reference to Trump’s rise to political power. “As a cleanse — this is the darkness before the dawn.” Adding to the unexpected grandiosity of his words, Smith remarked, “I feel very, very strongly that we are shifting into what the next age of humanity is going to be right now. It’s just the s—t has to get stirred up, in a way. We’re seeing it all. … It’s going to be really interesting to see how humanity reacts to it, and it’s going to be a f—king mess. It’s going to be a mess, but it’s the mess in the cleanup. It’s the mess and the purge before that new, real light shows up.” It was definitely a stark aside from the subject of the press conference, which was Bright, a fantasy film about an LAPD officer (Smith) and his orc partner (Edgerton) getting involved in a skirmish over a magic wand. Penned by Max Landis, Bright also features Noomi Rapace as an elven fighter.

Dec 02
2017


On Thursday, Noomi brought some rock chick to New York City for an Evening Honoring Louis Vuitton And Nicolas Ghesquiere at the annual Lincoln Center Gala. Other attendees were Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Connelly, Sophie Turner, Michelle Williams, Léa Seydoux, Catherine Deneuve, Jaden Smith, Riley Keough, Ruth Negga, Laura Harrier, Xavier Dolan, Justin Theroux, and more for the evening, which featured a performance by Woodkid. Accepting the honor from Connelly and Paul Bettany onstage, Ghesquière paid respects to his friend Azzedine Alaïa and also gave tribute to the many women stepping forward against sexual harassment in the current cultural awakening. “It means a lot – I’m very honored and very proud to be associated to the Lincoln Center, to be associated with the arts and all the support they are giving to young people, the future talents,” he said backstage, shortly before the program. Pictures from the event have been added to the photo gallery. There’s also a short video from the red carpet where she is asked about the recent engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (for those who care :-)

Nov 27
2017


Yesterday, director Tommy Wirkola, Noomi Rapace and the team of “What Happened to Monday” presented the film at the 2017 Torino Film Festival in Turin, Italy. “Monday” released this Spring in France, during the Summer in the United States on Netflix, and is awaiting various theatrical releases throughout Europe by the end of 2017 / early 2018. Pictures from the film festival’s photocall and press conference have been added to the photo gallery. A press junket interview with Noomi can be found in the video archive. Edit: Lots of additional pictures have been added with many thanks to Marinka for the heads-up, as well as two more interviews with Noomi and Giannetto De Rossi, the hair and make-up designer on “What Happened to Monday”.

Nov 22
2017

On Tuesday, Noomi was among the attendees of Louis Vuitton’s celebration of Ginger Nutz in Vogue in London, choosing a rock-inspired ensemble as she rocked a stylish leather jacket and camouflage combo while posing with creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere. Pictures from the bash have been added to the photo gallery. Edit: Lots of additional pictures have been added.

Nov 06
2017


Yesterday, Noomi has been a guest to the 21st Annual Hollywood Film Awards. She took the stage to present the ensemble award to the cast of “I, Tonya” – Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, Allison Janney, Mckenna Grace, Caitlin Carver and Julianne Nicholson. Pictures from the arrivals, show and press room have been added to the photo gallery.

Nov 04
2017


Yesterday, “Bright” co-stars Noomi Rapace and Edgar Ramirez have attended the GQ Style & Hugo Boss celebration of “Amazing Spaces”. Pictures from the event can be found in the photo gallery.

Oct 15
2017

On Thursday, Noomi Rapace was spotted at a screening of the upcoming film “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” held by Lionsgate and Porter in London. A couple of pictures have been added to the photo gallery.

Aug 03
2017

Netflix is putting Noomi Rapace on the spot these days, in the best possible way. As they’re currently promoting the August 18 premiere of “What Happened to Monday” and the December 22 premiere of “Bright”, Noomi, alongside co-star Edgar Ramirez, was among the guest at the #ViveNetflix event in Mexico City as part of the promotion panel for “Stranger Things”, “Marvel’s The Defenders” and “Bright”. Pictures from the press panel, a portraits session, event arrivals and after-party have been added to the photo gallery, with many thanks to Marinka for the heads-up.


Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2017 – #ViveNetflix – After-Party
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2017 – #ViveNetflix – Event Arrivals
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2017 – #ViveNetflix – Portraits Session
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2017 – #ViveNetflix – Press Conference

Jul 22
2017

On Thursday, the cast and crew of David Ayer’s upcoming Netflix spectacle “Bright” made a stop at this year’s Comic-Con to premiere the official trailer. Netflix brought out Suicide Squad director David Ayer on stage along with cast Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Lucy Fry, Edgar Ramirez and more to talk about the high concept fantasy–set in our reality–film. Ayer went on to discuss that he has plans for a sequel and his inspiration for this kind of movie. He went on to give praised to Netflix for allowing him to make such a fantastical film that looks like something not really seen before. There are elements of humor in the film but doesn’t come off as too zany or slapstick like. What makes this film so unique is the setting in Los Angeles and the creatures that live there like Orcs, Fairies, and Elves living among humans. It also gives off a political tone with the discussion of race and the abuse of magic (power) that really gives it that realistic push that Ayer tends to do.



A day before the Comic-Con premiere, they also joined Conan O’Brien on his show – which is held in San Diego during the Comic-Con. Pictures from all events – the panel, press conference and Conan apppearance – have been added to the photo gallery. Additionally, videos have been added as well, alongside a first production still and trailer screencaptures of Noomi. Many many thanks to Claudia and Maria for their submissions. “Bright” will debut on Netflix on December 22, 2017.