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I've been hearing really good things about Darren Aronofsky's Noah, and I'm looking forward to seeing his vision of the biblical story brought to life on the big screen. This latest trailer is introduced by the adorable Emma Watson, and it's packed full of new footage from the epic adventure. The film is set to be released later this month on March 28th.
- Joey Paur
If early word is anything to go by, Darren Aronofsky's Noah looks like it could turn out to be a hugely divisive film, with the Biblical epic drawing comparison's with another of Aronofsky's ambitious projects, The Fountain. That could potentially spell bad news for Paramount Pictures, who will surely have lofty financial ambitions for the director's first studio blockbuster. Anyway,Harry Potter).
with its release now just a couple of weeks away a new trailer has arrived online, which is introduced by Emma Watson (Harry Potter).
Noah sees Russell Crowe (Man of Steel) leading the cast as the Ark-builder, while the cast also includes Jennifer Connelly (Requiem for a Dream), Douglas Booth (Romeo and Juliet), Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson), Anthony Hopkins (Thor: The Dark World), Ray Winstone (Snow White and the Huntsman), Kevin Durand (Resident Evil: Retribution), Marton Csokas (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), and Dakota Goyo (Real Steel).
- Gary Collinson
It isn't easy making a movie based on the Bible. Just ask Martin Scorsese about the reaction to 1988's The Last Temptation of Christ or Mel Gibson about 2004's The Passion of the Christ. Paramount's upcoming Noah is no different, including the studio and director Darren Aronofsky (The Fighter, Black Swan) going back and forth over which cut to use (Aronofsky's cut is the one that will make it to theaters) and the mixed reviews the movie reportedly received at its Mexico City World premiere. Apparently, much has been made about Aronofsky's loose interpretation of the religious text, prompting the director to tell Variety that the aim of the movie was to surprise audiences who expected nothing more than the Biblical story on the big screen.
"The film was made for believers and non-believers," said Aronofsky. "I’m more concerned about getting non-believers into the theater or people who are less religious. »
- Ryan Gowland
Nowadays stories set in post-apocalyptic visions of the future are so popular that they’re practically commonplace, but this spring director Darren Aronofsky is bringing one of the original apocalypse tales to the screen in Noah, a big-budget epic retelling of the well-known Bible story. Russell Crowe plays the lead: a man who suffers visions of a great flood and recruits his family in building an enormous ark (which is sadly not called Tugger) to save his loved ones and a few thousand birds and beasts from certain death.
Joining Noah in the ark are Jennifer Connelly as his wife Naameh, Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth as his sons Ham and Shem, and Emma Watson as his adopted daughter Ila. Watson herself introduces the latest trailer for Noah with the long-standing British tradition of extreme awkwardness. Even ...
- H. Shaw-Williams
As a "special treat" for fans, Emma Watson (The Bling Ring, This is the End) introduced an exclusive new trailer for the upcoming movie Noah starring Russell Crowe (Man of Steel, Winters Tale) as the titular biblical character. The new trailer is loaded with unseen footage of the movie in which Noah, chosen by God, builds an ark to protect mankind before an apocalyptic flood destroys the world. As he rivals an army of men who are against him, the movie definitely takes the classic story to a Hollywood-sized level in what looks like Spartacus-meets-Poseidon.
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- Megan Rivera
Darren Aronofsky's $130 million biblical epic "Noah" has been screened for critics and has been getting mixed reviews. Some love the film, while others think its long and boring. Now that we're two weeks away from the movie's release (March 28th), the studio decided to reach out to younger audiences with a new trailer focusing more on Emma Watson. Check it out below. "Noah" follows the biblical tale of a man (Russell Crowe) who is given the mission to build a giant vessel that can house two of every animal from the earth to save them from a giant flood that will wipe all life for a new beginning. Trailer: »
New Emma Watson Noah second movie trailer hit the net today with an Emma segment. Earlier today, Paramount Pictures dropped this new, 2nd movie trailer (below) for their upcoming action/drama, Biblical flick, "Noah," and they also added a little segment with former Harry Potter starlet, Emma Watson ,hosting the new trailer. She looked cute as ever too. It also features unseen extreme scenes from the movie, along with extra Emma Watson scenes for all you Emma Watson fans out there. It looks like she does a good job with it. Check it out,below. The movie stars: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Emma Watson, Anthony Hopkins, Logan Lerman, and Nick Nolte. The new flick details the Biblical story of Noah, a man chosen by God for a great task of building a huge ark before an apocalyptic flood destroys the world. It's set to arrive in theaters on March 28th, »
Get ready for an epic adventure! Emma Watson just shared an exclusive new trailer for her upcoming film, "Noah," which she describes as a special treat for her fans."Here’s the exclusive new trailer for @NoahMovie that all my followers can see first! #Noah," the Hogwarts alum tweeted. The 23 year-old actress will play Noah’s daughter, Ila, in this heroic tale of sacrifice, bravery, and hope that's based on the Bible story of "Noah's Ark" -- though judging from the trailer, the movie itself won't have heavy religious themes. Director Darren Aronofsky believes in the film can reach Christians and non-Christians alike. "The film was made for believers and non-believers," Aronofsky recently told to Variety. "I'm more concerned about getting non-believers into the theater or people who are less religious. A lot of people are thinking, 'Oh. I don't want to see a bible movie,' but we completely »
- tooFab Staff
It takes her a few tries, but “Noah” star Emma Watson eventually introduces the newest trailer for the Darren Aronofsky film. The second preview (above) for the Biblical epic focuses on Watson's romantic relationship in the film with Shem (Douglas Booth) while her dad, Noah (Russell Crowe), clashes with a warrior, played by Ray Winstone, who is bent on stealing the giant ark God told Noah to build. Also read: Darren Aronofsky Knew Nothing About Paramount's Last-Minute ‘Noah’ Changes (Exclusive) There also appears to be plenty of fire and brimstone falling from the skies as the Heavens flood the earth to scourge it. »
- Greg Gilman
We're only a little over a couple weeks away until Darren Aronofsky's Noah is in theaters, and to say the marketing for the film has been scant would be something of an understatement. Case in point, the film has already premiered (to mixed reviews) and it's just now getting a second trailer. Don't get me wrong, the new trailer is awesome and definitely worth checking out!
I'm very interested in seeing Noah. As a Christian, I'm interested to see how they handle the Biblical story, and as a film buff I'm curious to see how they 'enhance' the story. If you're on the footage yourself about the movie, this new trailer features up a slew of brand new footage:
They seemed to take a far more mainstream approach (giving it the action/epic angle), though the reactions so far point to it being a philosophical journey as well. As »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
“Audiences can expect all the great moments of the Noah story . . . the Ark, the animals, the Nephilim, the first rainbow, the dove. But hopefully they are captured in new and unexpected ways. Instead of repeating what’s been seen before, we looked carefully at what is written in Genesis, and then created a setting on screen where we felt these miracles could take place.”
- Director Darren Aronofsky
Just as Noah was finishing the Ark, the skies darkened, the floodgates opened and the hardest rain earth has ever known fell upon the land for 40 days and 40 nights. Check out the second trailer for Paramount Pictures’ Noah.
Academy Award winner Russell Crowe portrays the man chosen by God to undertake a momentous mission of rescue before an apocalyptic flood destroys the world. »
- Michelle McCue
Most of the earlier promos for Darren Aronofsky‘s Noah have (quite reasonably) focused on three elements: Noah, his ark, and the flood. But there’s a whole great supporting cast behind those main focal points, and the latest Noah trailer focuses on one of them. The promo is introduced by Emma Watson, in an adorably flustered fashion, and […]
- Angie Han
A new trailer for Darren Aronofsky's Noah has arrived and it comes equipped with the disclaimer we all heard about and Aronofsky, reportedly, wasn't happy about not being consulted regarding its inclusion. In other recent news, The New Yorker has published a lengthy piece on the film in which Aronofsky doesn't hold back when discussing the process of making the film, "The process sucked," he said. "I don't know if you can find another over-a-hundred-million-dollar movie that didn't have reshoots. And, at this point, Paramount ninety-eight-per-cent supports everything I want in the movie. So I live and die by this version, and take full responsibility." All that said, the film screened last night for press that were flown by the studio to a special showing in Mexico City. One response came from Rolling Stone's Peter Travers, posting on Twitter saying, "Look out 4 Darren Aronofsky's Noah.Shows how an »
- Brad Brevet
Emma Watson stars as Ila, daughter of Noah (Russell Crowe) and Naameh (Jennifer Connelly) in the biblical thriller Noah, from director Darren Aronofsky. The actress offers her fans a special look at the film with the second trailer, which brings plenty of new footage. Watch as Ila joins her family in carrying out God's plan to save all the creatures of earth from an apocalyptic flood.
Noah comes to theaters March 28th, 2014 and stars Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Douglas Booth, Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, Kevin Durand. The film is directed by Darren Aronofsky. »
We're little under a month off from Darren Aronofsky's Noah hitting the big screen, so Paramount Pictures have shared with us a new clip and trailer, the latter introduced by star Emma Watson. Check them out for yourselves below. Released: March 28thSynopsis: Academy Award® winner Russell Crowe stars as Noah, a man chosen by God for a great task before an apocalyptic flood destroys the world. »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
Director Darren Aronofsky’s long-awaited Black Swan follow-up Noah had its world premiere last night in Mexico, which means the first reactions to the finished film are in. Unsurprisingly, most pointed out that a lot of the film has been hid from the marketing—namely the more fantastical elements. The overall reaction was mainly positive, but many pointed out that it is destined to be a quite polarizing film. That’s not exactly a shock given that most of Aronofsky’s films elicit strong reactions, and with regards to Noah, the film appears to have a heavy philosophical bent while visually resembling a fantasy pic. In addition to the first responses, Paramount has also released a new trailer for the film. After the jump, watch the trailer and peruse through some of the reactions from last night’s premiere screening. Noah opens in theaters on March 28th. ) A full rundown »
- Adam Chitwood
Introduced by a giggling Emma Watson doing her best attempt to get gangster up in this clip (spoiler alert: she’s funny even when she’s screwing up), here comes the latest trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s Noah. With some different material allied to footage we’ve seen before (Russell Crowe’s Noah vs. Ray Winstone’s Tubal Cain, the wide shot of the animals crowding into the ark, and plenty of flames/water/charging crowds. But, given that this was initially aimed at Watson’s Facebook followers, there is also more from her Ila, Logan Lerman’s Ham, Douglas Booth’s Shem and the younger members of the ensemble. We’ll have to wait for the promo from the point of view of one of the birds - look for Noah: Squawker’s Tale to hit your eyes soon. Maybe. Noah, of course, focuses on Crowe as the boat-building family man, »
"They won't connect emotionally with the main character because it betrays the essence of the biblical character, and the payoff just isn't good enough," radio critic Mario P. Szekely said following the Mexico City premiere of Darren Aronofsky's "Noah." Indeed, early word on the movie coming from a select group of folks allowed to see the movie early, is that it's like "The Fountain," in that it's not going to be one easily embraced by the mainstream. That's probably not what Paramount wants to hear as they get set to launch the Biblical epic worldwide, so they're putting a different face on it. The face they're presenting is that of the charming Emma Watson, who introduces the new trailer for "Noah," after a few blooper moments. It lightens the mood briefly before the heavy story of Noah, the ark, the flood and mankind kind of being the worst emerges. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
With a filmography that includes Requiem For a Dream, The Wrestler, and Black Swan, filmmaker Darren Aronofsky has garnered a number of fans in the film community over the years. With his last film coming in 2010, many were interested to hear that he was working on a new project, interest that only grew when news emerged that it would be tackling the Biblical story of Noah’s ark. Titled Noah, Aronofsky once again takes on directing duties along with co-writing the script with Ari Handel, and working with a cast that includes Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Logan Lerman, Ray Winstone, and Emma Watson. A new trailer for the movie has now been released, and can be seen below.
- Deepayan Sengupta
Following last week's cool art show in New York and an awesome featurette looking at the construction of the massive set, we have one more trailer for Darren Aronofsky's apocalyptic epic Noah. In what might be an effort to get a younger audience interested in the film, co-star Emma Watson introduces the trailer, complete with some endearing flubs. Since this was meant to be posted on Watson's Twitter and Facebook pages, there's more of the Harry Potter actress in the trailer, but the star is still Russell Crowe. Also, this one has a frustrating disclaimer as part of the religious pandering we've heard about previously. Watch it! Here's the new trailer for Darren Aronofsky's Noah from Paramount Pictures: In Darren Aronofsky's take on the Biblical tale, Noah (Russell Crowe) suffers visions of an apocalyptic deluge, and takes measures to protect his family from the coming flood. »
- Ethan Anderton
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