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‘Rupture’ Brings Noomi Rapace’s Worst Nightmare to DirecTV

Noomi Rapace in RUPTURE

If the new trailer didn’t traumatize both Jon and myself already, the poster for the sci-fi adventure thriller Rupture, starring Noomi Rapace (Prometheus, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, The Drop) and Michael Chiklis (Fantastic Four, The Shield), has spiders crawling all over it.

Rupture is a science-fiction thriller about a single mother (Rapace) abducted by a terrifying and mysterious organization who reveal to her that humanity faces an unsettling threat from within.

AMBI Media Group will release the film on DirecTV March 30th, and in theaters, VOD and Digital HD on April 28th, Bloody Disgusting learned.

Rupture also stars Peter Stormare (Clown, Fargo, 22 Jump Street, The Big Labowski), Kerry Bishé (Argo, Sex and the City), Lesley Manville (Maleficent, Mr. Turner, Another Year) and Ari Millen (Orphan Black, Exit Humanity, 12 Monkeys).

Steven Shainberg (Secretary) directs Rupture, which is based on a story by he and Brian Nelson (Hard Candy, 30 Days of Night, Devil). Nelson wrote the screenplay.

Here’s the full synopsis:

Renee Morgan (Rapace), a single mom who lives with her twelve-year-old son Evan in a quiet suburban home, is terrified of spiders. Unbeknownst to both, their every move is being observed. While running her daily errands her car breaks down and she is violently kidnapped by a group of strangers. About 24 hours later, in an anonymous laboratory, she is tied up and questioned about her medical history, including her great fear of spiders. Soon her captors explain to her that her genetic abnormality can potentially allow her to “Rupture”, revealing her own true alien nature.

Check out an exclusive clip here that’s strapped Rapace in for a ride to face her fears. In the following footage, we see Rapace kidnapped by two guys who also tape her head completely up.



  • Wil McMullen

    I actually saw this and it wasn’t that good

    • K-Dogg

      I saw this one at a festival last October, and quite liked the first half a lot, but felt it kind of came apart in the last 30 mins. With that said, I liked a lot of the tension.

      • J Jett

        hi K-Dogg! yeah, i kind of feel the same way about this movie. it’s a weird little film. the “rupturing” part (you know the part i’m referring to) is so bizarre (which is fine). this movie kind of sort of reminded me of a SAW film (sort of). Noomi was great in it though. 🙂

        • K-Dogg

          Hey there….yeah, I just love Noomi, and I totally agree…..hey, on to another of my fave actresses, Vera Farmiga….as I LOVE Bates Motel, is it just me, or do you agree this is the weakest season so far?? I just don’t like the character “Chick” (if thats how his name is spelled”) and I just want him gone.

          • J Jett

            Vera is definitely one of my all time faves but i stopped watching BATES around season 2 for some reason (something in the writing or pacing of the show was pissing me off i think) but i was thinking of starting to watch it again since i do love Vera! very excited Vera & Millie Bobby Brown are in the upcoming GODZILLA movie!

          • K-Dogg

            Yeah, same here, so glad she will be in that….I am not going to apologize for the following admittance…..I went to see Kong twice in 4 days 🙂 After seeing it the first time, I knew it HAD to be seen on IMAX screen, and damn it’s a fun movie, it doesn’t try to be anything else, but a fun monster flick.

      • Wil McMullen

        I did enjoy alot of the tension through out as well, but yea that final act for that movie just did not make good on it. It kinda ruined things for me.

  • shawn lawson

    Haha. I’m all about this. Looks promising

  • Boydon

    can we retire the “single suburban mom who lives with her 12 year old son” tropes already?

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