First Two Trailers Arrive for Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’ Starring Russell Crowe

680x478Despite some of the recent behind the scenes turmoil brewing about the final cut of Noah (as well as how to balance out courting a religious audience as well as the more secular crowd), the sci-fi/fantasy interpretation of the biblical story from Darren Aronofsky is slowly but surely headed our way. Today we can bring you the first pair of Trailers for the flick, and while it’s obviously being sold as a mainstream epic to some degree, free of the purported environmental message that Aronofsky has spoken of, it still looks very solid, featuring some terrific visuals. Starring Russell Crowe in the title role and with a supporting cast that includes Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, and Ray Winstone, this is one likely not to miss. The movie hits theaters on March 28, 2014, so mark that one down in your calendar. In the meantime, take a look below and see what you make of the film. It’s certainly not going for mediocrity, and could very well be our early frontrunner for next year’s Best Visual Effects category.

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Written by Joey Magidson

When he’s not obsessing over new Oscar predictions on a weekly basis, Joey is seeing between 300 and 350 movies a year. He views the best in order to properly analyze the awards race/season each year, but he also watches the worst for reasons he mostly sums up as "so you all don't have to". In his spare time, you can usually find him complaining about the Jets or the Mets. Still, he lives and dies by film. Joey's a voting member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association.


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Anthony Moseley

Definitely stoked for this one.

Dan Hogan

My hope for this film is twofold: 1) that Aaronofsky doesn’t do anything that would majorly overhaul the message of the story (it’s the Bible — if you’re going to do a Bible story, stick to the overall message of the book). It will be a re-imagining, sure, but the core elements should be the same. 2) I hope that the religious community understands it’s a movie, and therefore doesn’t hold it to being a word-for-word retelling or have a cow over minor changes, differences in tone, additions to the story, minute details, etc. As the Bible story is around… Read more »

Paula Nicole Gajardo Camposano

I will watch this, until this day, all Darren Aronofsky’s movies are really good, they never dissapointed me. And it looks great.

Phillip Milner

It would appear Aronofsky has another great movie being added to his perfect resume (something no other director has anymore since PTA ruined his with The Master). I am not a religious person, but I am definitely excited to see this as a movie. I just hope Aronofsky is making a movie to entertain all, and not one that is directed a religious community alone.



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