Nov 13 2013 7:11pm

Teaser for the Trailer, Russell Crowe in Aronofsky’s Noah

Paramont has released just a few frames of Darren Aronofsky’s Noah (yes, that Noah) staring Russell Crowe (in the titular role), Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly, Logan Lerman, and Anthony Hopkins. It’s hard to get much sense of the movie from this but it looks lush and intriguing. We’ll be on the look out for more. Noah will be out in theaters in March 2014.

Brian Carlson
1. images8dream
I am so psyched for this movie! The Fountain is one of my favorite movies of all time, and Aronofsky has never dissapointed before. I read that Paramount is going to try to market this as a Christian film (not that there is anything wrong with those) when in reality, Aronofsky will not be staying close to the biblical narrative, instead he is drawing inspiration from the flood myth. Also, there will be giant 6 armed angels/nephilim/watcher. Awersome.
Michael Grosberg
2. Michael_GR
I am disappointed that they went with a spherical Earth. I was hoping for a flat, square one, standing on pillars, like the Bible describes.
3. Camo
Michael_GR, hey mate you're mistaken, the Bible describes a round one that hangs on nothing.

See Isaiah 40:22 It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in.

And also Job 26:7 He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, and hangeth the earth upon nothing.

Not trying to preach, I was just surprised by your comment as I've never heard of such a description in the Bible.
Michael Ikeda
4. mikeda

A circle is a flat object.

(A "pillars" reference can be found in 1 Samuel, among others.)
5. mutantalbinocrocodile
Kindly stop trolling. This is supposed to be a site for discussing literature, and no one recognizes poetry when it's up there? For goodness sake, the Isaiah has an explicit simile-marker!
Katharine Duckett
7. Katharine
@5 Comment edited to avoid disrespecting other commenters participating in the discussion. Thanks, everyone, for your opinions--just remember to keep the discussion civil, in line with our Moderation Policy!

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