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Noomi Rapace Boards Dystopic Sci-Fi Tale What Happened to Monday?

Source:   Deadline
October 28, 2013


Originally announced for Morten Tyldum to direct back in 2011, the dystopic sci-fi drama What Happened to Monday? is now moving forward with Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters' Tommy Wirkola at the helm and, as Deadline has just announced, Noomi Rapace in the lead.

Written by Max Botkin, the film follows identical septuplet sisters who struggle to stay hidden in an overpopulated world where a “one child” policy dictates that siblings are against the law.

Rapace, who starred earlier this year in Dead Man Down, will play all seven septuplets whose very existence is against the law. She can be seen coming up pulling double duty opposite Tom Hardy in both Animal Rescue and Child 44.

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