Trailer: Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’

Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah.”

Film stars Russel Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins and Emma Watson in a telling of the classic bible tale. Aronofsky directed and also co-wrote the script with Ari Handel (and God).

It is due to be released on March 28, 2014.

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  1. brutus inquisitor says:

    I like God, I like movies about God-stuff, I like special effects. And I hope that the music is first class and does not drowned out the yappa-yappa.
    Hey, what’s not to like?

  2. Brian says:

    At this point, it looks GREAT!! The production values look superb, and the actors are some of the very best. And if the film takes the biblical narrative seriously and is faithful to the underlying themes of God’s perfect goodness and humankind’s fallen-ness and evil, of God’s judgment and redemption, I would like to get everyone I know to see it.

  3. calvin busch says:

    I haven’t even seen it yet but it won’t take to long to see how Hollywood will screw up another movie. Especially one that they don’t have any idea what they are talking about (as usual). They’ll try to tell us is because of the action and the special effects, the movie is great as it falls on the dung heap of Hollywood movies that gain little notice.

  4. Mike says:

    Professing to be wise…they became fools.

  5. G. Jardoness says:

    Oh boy, the first big budget flop of 2014 rears its swollen, self-important head. Doomsday Preppers and more ‘the sky is falling’ apocalyptic fare? So 2012. Will it even have the guilty-pleasure quality of a Roland Emmerich disaster? Will they blame it on global warming? Or just chalk-it-up to Ancient Aliens?

  6. Trevor says:

    Looks good to me.

  7. FTCS says:

    Maybe the ark will land on the top of the Paramount mountain, but sadly, I think it will crash on the rocks below.

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