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Columbia Pictures boards ‘Ark’

Columbia Pictures has paired with Original Films’ Neal Moritz to bring “The Ark” to the bigscreen. Tale marrying the story of Noah’s Ark with a UFO crash first appeared in the anthology series “Dark Horse Presents,” the comicbook that launched Frank Miller’s “Sin City.”

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