Peter Stormare & more join Noomi Rapace in sci-fi horror ‘Rupture’

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Peter Stormare (above, Armageddon) is no stranger to sci-fi, horror and dark cinema, and seeing his name added to a new sci-fi horror called Rupture is certainly cause for celebration. A few more names have also been added to the cast, as confirmed in the below press release.

The Press Release:

AMBI Pictures principals Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi today announced that Peter Stormare (“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”) have been cast in 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”).

“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.

Production begins today in Toronto, Canada.

Iervolino and Bacardi (“The Humbling,” “In Dubious Battle” “All Roads Lead to Rome”) who own and run the movie development, finance, production and distribution group AMBI, are teaming with “American Sniper” producer Andrew Lazar and his Tango Pictures Production banner to produce the film. Tango is a partnership between Christina Weiss Lurie, Steven Shainberg, and Lazar. Christina Weiss Lurie (“Inside Job,” “Adam,” “Broken English”), will serve as producer as well.

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

AMBI Distribution, the worldwide sales arm of AMBI Group is handling worldwide sales.



About Matt Wavish 9999 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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