Ridley Scott’s Prometheus concluded with Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) heading off into deep space to find the Engineers’ home planet, and make them answer for what they planned to do to the human race (destroy it). But she wasn’t going alone, bringing along the android David’s head (played by Michael Fassbender). In an interview with […]
While Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender's severed head journey through the cosmos, Sir Ridley Scott is hard at work at chronicling their adventures in his script for Prometheus 2. And now he's dropped a fascinating bombshell about the movie: It's going to have a new type of alien we've never seen before. Read more...
SPOILER ALERT! If you have not seen Prometheus, you shouldn't proceed, as this article contains a spoiler about the final act While Prometheus actress Noomi Rapace has stated that we may be seeing God and The Devil in that film's sequel, director Ridley Scott is out clarifying what we should actually expect. Show More Summary
Back in October Noomi Rapace, who plays Elizabeth Shaw in Prometheus, exclaimed that God or [the] Devil in Ridley Scott’s planned sequel. Scott refutes this a bit in a new interview with The Australian. In it, he explains that the script, which is “written (and)…really good,” is “fresh” and “getting away from gods and dragons […]
Alex Walton's sales and financing company Bloom has racked up strong sales for director Michael Apted's Unlocked, starring Noomi Rapace, Michael Douglas and Orlando Bloom. The film, which also stars John Malkovich and Toni Collette,...Show More Summary
A "Bourne-esque, female-led thriller? Yes, please.
Noomi Rapace stars as a CIA interrogator who must stop an attack on London in 'Unlock', which has added new cast members. [...]
Michael Apted has added Oscar nominees John Malkovich and Toni Collette to his female-driven action thriller Unlocked, starring Noomi Rapace. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo star anchors the pic as a CIA interrogator who unwittingly gives info to terrorists and must race against the clock to stop their biological warfare attach on London. Show More Summary
When Ridley Scott’s Prometheus came to an end, it left us hanging in a big way. Survivor Dr. Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) shoots off into space in hopes of finding the Engineers’ home planet, and making them explain to her why they wanted to kill all life on Earth. Green Lantern‘ writer Michael Green is […]
At the end of Ridley Scott's Prometheus, Noomi Rapace's character of Elizabeth Shaw finally got to meet one of the Engineers that created her and the rest of humanity. The only trouble with that meeting was that it turned out the gods who created us wanted to take us out of this universe just as quickly, and had the weapons to do so. Show More Summary
Noomi Rapace reveals that her character Elizabeth Shaw is seeking answers in 'Prometheus 2', while addressing the absence of the Xenomorphs. [...]
We recently heard from director Ridley Scott that PROMETHEUS 2 would be xenomorph-less, a big blow to the fans of the ALIEN franchise who, disappointed with PROMETHEUS, held out hope the follow-up would bring the beloved toothy extraterrestrials to the forefront. Show More Summary
Noomi Rapace rocks a high slitted skirt while attending the premiere of her latest film The Drop during the 2014 BFI London Film Festival held at Odeon West End on Saturday (October 11) in London, England. The 34-year-old Swedish actress was joined by director Michael R Roskam. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Noomi [...]
After collaborating with Aitor Throup on a recent video portrait of Noomi Rapace, NOWNESS presents a video with the cover star of the latest issue of Highsnobiety magazine, Yohji Yamamoto. “Getting There: Yohji Yamamoto” takes an… An Intimate Portrait of Yohji Yamamoto in “Getting There” is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
This week has already seen Flying Lotus provide the soundtrack to Aitor Throups’s intimate portrait of Noomi Rapace, which was a digression from the usual promotional shtick he’s been up to during the lead up to the release of his … Watch the Official Music Video for Flying Lotus’ “Never Catch Me” feat. Kendrick Lamar is a post by Maude Churchill on Highsnobiety.
Flying Lotus scored a new short film by British artist and designer Aitor Throup, which debuted over on Nowness earlier today. It’s a portrait of Swedish actor Noomi Rapace (probably best known for her role in Prometheus) that “not only depicts a three-dimensional portrait of Rapace being intricately sculpted but also acts as a portrait [...]
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Soundtrack is comprised of six unreleased tracks.
British artist and designer Aitor Throup presents an intimate portrait of Swedish actress Noomi Rapace in a new video for NOWNESS. Los Angeles musician Flying Lotus provides the cosmic soundtrack for the seven-act piece which features… Aitor Throup’s Intimate Portrait of Noomi Rapace is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.