It's been about four months since we've seen or heard another from Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic Noah. Although we don't have anything official from the movie to show you today, we do have a very cool fan-made poster for the movie created by artist Sharm Murugiah. It's a beautiful illustration that does a great job of showing the epic size of the legendary ark.
The movie tells the epic biblical story of a prophet who is told by God to build a giant boat that can carry two of every animal from the earth to save them from a giant flood that will destroy every living thing on Earth, so that they could start a new beginning. The reason for the flood? The world just got way too evil.
- Joey Paur
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