Noomi was a surprise guest – and a vision in white – at yesterday’s 43rd Annual César Film Awards in Paris. Together with Lucien Jean-Baptist, she took the stage to present the César for Best Original Screenplay to Robin Campillo. Pictures from the arrivals and the show have been added to the photo gallery, a segment of her presentation has been added to the video archive. Enjoy.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2018 – 43rd Annual César Film Awards – Arrivals
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2018 – 43rd Annual César Film Awards – Show
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2018 – 43rd Annual César Film Awards – Screencaptures
Lots of video clips from “Bright” and its promotion have been added to the video archive. This week, the third and final trailer for the film has been released, featuring a couple more scenes with Noomi (in which she actually speaks :-) as well as a first promotional clip from a shootout with Will Smith. Then, there are clips from both the Los Angeles and London premiere of the film, the Los Angeles press conference and a new press junket with Edgar Ramirez and Lucy Fry. And if you haven’t watched her Conan appearance yet, be sure to re-visit it in the video archive as well. A full list of last added clips can be found below.
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Bright London Premiere (2017)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Bright Los Angeles Premiere (2017)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Bright Los Angeles Press Conference (2017)
Video Archive – Talkshows – Conan (December 12, 2017)
Video Archive – Career – Bright – Film Scene 01
Video Archive – Career – Bright – Press Junket 02 (United States)
Video Archive – Career – Bright – Press Junket 01 (United States)
Video Archive – Career – Bright – B-Roll
Video Archive – Career – Bright – Trailer 03
On Wednesday, Noomi channeled her inner Sia for an appearance on “Conan” to promote the December 22 release of “Bright” on Netflix. You can check out her appearance in the video archive with screencaptures being added to the photo gallery.
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”.
Another “Bright” trailer has been launched today by Netflix, giving us yet some new bits of Noomi’s evil elf Leilah. If they keep up the pace of releasing promotional stuff until it’s Netflix peremiere on December 22, we can consider ourselves lucky. The trailer can be watched below and in the video archive, screencaptures have been added to the photo gallery.
Today, Netflix has posted a first promotional featurette on “Bright” and its December 22 release, including interviews with director David Ayer and actors Will Smith, Joel Edgerton and Noomi Rapace. The clip features quite a few new scenes and teases a new trailer premiere for October 25. The featurette can be found in the video archive and below, screencaptures have been added to the photo gallery. Enjoy.
With today’s theatrical and demand release of “Unlocked” in the United States, a bunch of new press junket interviews with Noomi has been released. Also, for the French theatrical release of “What Happened to Monday”, interviews from the French press junket are online as well. Check out the new interviews, alongside a couple new interviews from the British press junket for “Unlocked” and a b-roll for “Monday”, in the video archive. Many thanks to Marika for the heads-up.
Netflix has released an action-packed clip from their upcoming sci-fi thriller What Happened to Monday. The story is set in a dystopian future where families are only allowed to have one child to help regulate the world’s population. One father breaks this law after he has identical septuplets. He decides that they all deserve to live, so he devises a way to keep them in hiding but they have to live a shared life outside of their home. Each of his seven daughters are named after a day of the week, and one day Monday doesn’t come home. This sets off a crazy and intense journey as Monday’s sisters embark on a mission to find her. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, you should check it out here. The movie also stars Willem Dafoe and Glenn Close and it was directed by Tommy Wirkola (Dead Snow). “What Happened to Monday?” is set to be released on Netflix tomorrow.
Netflix has launched the final American trailer for “What Happened to Monday?”, alongside its official synopsis: In a not so distant future, where overpopulation and famine have forced governments to undertake a drastic “One Child Policy,” seven identical sisters live a hide-and-seek existence pursued by the Child Allocation Bureau. The Bureau, directed by the fierce Nicolette Cayman (Glenn Close), enforces a strict family-planning agenda that the sisters outwit by taking turns assuming the identity of one person: Karen Settman (Noomi Rapace). Taught by their grandfather (Willem Dafoe) who raised and named them –Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday – each can go outside once a week as their common identity, but are only free to be themselves in the prison of their own apartment. That is until, one day, Monday does not come home… “What Happened To Monday” hits Netflix on August 18th.
The German trailer for “What Happened to Monday?” has been released today and it features quite a new scenes from the film. Tommy Wirkola’s futuristic thriller has also received a German release date for September 07, 2017, and an official website. Fans from Switzerland will get a chance to see it earlier with a premiere at the Locarno Film Festival. The trailer has been added to the video archive, the German poster and screencaptures can be found in the photo gallery.