Noomi Rapace Is Prometheus Ready In Dazed And Confused June 2012

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I have to confess my movie – crush on Noomi Rapace. I think she’s amazing! Her passion and character interpretation go to the point where you nearly identify her with the role she’s playing. I can never look at Lisbeth Salander and see someone else other than Noomi.

But, as she said, after being Lisbeth for a year and a half, Noomi had enough of her character and just wanted to get out of her skin. Totally understandable. After starring in Sherlock Holmes, Noomi Rapace is heading for our big screens (and movie loving hearts) once more, with Prometheus. That’s why we’re graced with this amazing pictorial by Solve Sundsbo in Dazed and Confused, June 2012.(hit the jump for more, click here for the gallery!)

Prometheus Noomi Rapace Dazed and Confused June 2012 cover

This is just a selection (more images surfaced here), but enough to show you the surreal dimension of the photo session and feel just how much the camera loves Noomi! I love the striped Gareth Pugh composition! Fashion hitting all the right art notes!

Noomi Rapace Dazed and Confused June 2012 photographed by Solve Sundsbo

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#1 Riana on 05.17.12 at 9:19 am

This is so well done. True word spoken Kpriss. How much I love her Lisbeth she’s nowhere to be seen here. Good! This is Noomi and great fashion photography.

#2 Ellington on 05.17.12 at 12:54 pm

Noomi is for me Lisbeth.
And I enjoyed her in the 2nd Sherlock Holmes film.
I am way stoked and geared for Prometheus as it also has Charlize Theron, and the both handsome and yummy Idris Elba and Michael Fassbender and I do love the Alien films!
This will be a movie treat!
Noomi looks fabu in these photos!

#3 Riana on 05.18.12 at 5:53 am

Ah, Promotheus and Snow White and the Huntsman. Both with Charlize Theron: watching the trailers: I adore Noomi but Charlize almost squish one into the cinema to come and see the films after watching the trailers. I need the distraction with all the sport this summer and the social and politic hot autumn and winter coming up.

Also a great fan of the Alien films. And I will keep a close eye on Idris Elba dear Ellington. Can’t remember him in a film. :)

#4 Ellington on 05.18.12 at 7:37 am

You probably cannot remember him in a film Riana because you most likely have not seen any of the films he has been in. : ) I believe that the genre of films he has done would not pique your curiosity. (The Losers, Thor,Takers, to name a few and now Prometheus which will I think garner him more prominent roles)
He has done a lot of excellent tv though. ( Luther, The Big C, The Wire, The Office (US Version) The Lady’s No.1 Detective Agency, to name a few tv shows).
If that was an aside to my saying that about Diane Kruger, I have seen her in films, but sadly I never remember her performances, everyone else always stands out for me over her. But she does often out shine everyone on the red carpet.

#5 Ellington on 05.18.12 at 7:39 am

Prometheus will be most interesting because it is a prequel to the Alien films. I am stoked for I do adore a good Sci/Fi action film.
: )

#6 Riana on 05.18.12 at 12:41 pm

I know what Prometheus is. I’m a great fan of the Alien films. I had to see the first one twice because it did scare the hell out off me lol the first time!
A GF and I went off for a drink afterwards and they’d ask there us if were alright. We looked a tad pale you see :D
I remember I said: “We need to see it again to see it all” I did. My GF never ever saw any Alien film again. I can not skip this this prequel. Although I’m a sort of anti prequels of great films but ala….I just have to see this one :)

Awww, and all the guys were in love with Ripley in her white T…and us girls wish we were Ripley :))

#7 kpriss on 05.18.12 at 11:28 pm

Ellington, I remember reading somewhere that Idris agreed to return for Thor2 ;) His character was mighty fierce!

I was more on the graphic side – you see, all those drawings Giger imagined for Alien – I was crushed by his genius and care for every tiny detail! But that is, of course, also because I kept my Alien distance – I’m not a fan of horror movies, even if I love sci fi movies.

However, I’ve been meaning to ask you one thing – and Ellington, please correct me if I’m wrong, you’re so good at this kind of things! – Ripley was one of the strongest women – character in cinema, pre – Alien. Wasn’t she?

#8 Ellington on 05.19.12 at 8:23 am

Yes she was.
Ellen Ripley was one of the strongest female protagonists in a long while. It was considered odd at the time that a) a female was the only survivor of the first Alien film, for it was also considered a horror and women always die in horror films and b) she was smart enough to figure out how to get away from the monster.
The way that the film was done and presented one would not think that Ellen Ripley would be the one to outlast the monster. So the film was pretty ‘ground breaking’ at the time in terms of film protagonists, women as heros and survivors.
: )

#9 Riana on 05.19.12 at 9:24 am

That summer many girls were spot in white T-s. I loved to ‘borrow’ my BF’s :)

And another thing though: Ripley, even a strong Ripley survived with a kitten. I remember the discussions so well when I brought this subject in…;)

A friend of mine had the book with Geiger’s drawings. Even those drawings scared me at first after I saw Alien for the first time.

As for horror and sci-fi: it’s the same as with all other genres to me: they can be great, good or bad or just not interesting at all. I do not care much about genres. I love good cinema. That can be a great documentary as well.

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