We've been hearing about how Paramount Pictures isn't happy with Darren Aronofsky's $130 million biblical epic "Noah," which stars Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connely, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Ray Winstone and Logan Lerman.
And now, a rough version of the trailer has leaked online, giving us more than three minutes of footage from the movie, which is set to hit theaters on March 28th, 2014. Check out the leaked trailer below.
The story follows the biblical tale of a man (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.
Atheist or not, you can be damned f*cking sure that Paramount will be stealing every move from the Mel Gibson playbook- one that made 'Passion of the Christ' haul in boatloads of cash. Organize churches to show up in droves, community outreach, blah blah blah...
KillerCOckwrites: on October 23rd, 2013 at 8:03:20 PM
Seen it before. Looks interestingly enough like sh*t.
warriors187writes: on October 23rd, 2013 at 11:26:50 PM
I think this looks amazing. I hope Aronofsky didn't sell out. The trailer didn't seem to have much religious sh!t in it. I mean, it could be just him having like an inebriated vision. IDK. I guess we'll see. If Noah is talking to God and Gods literally talking back or something crazy like that then that would be lame...Or awesome. Its Darren Aronofsky. I have faith in that. He hasn't given me a reason not to believe in him haha
warriors187writes: on October 23rd, 2013 at 11:30:10 PM
Already the fact that he made the animals looks different isn't going to appeal to the evangelical Christians. They don't believe in evolution.
warriors187writes: on October 23rd, 2013 at 11:31:10 PM
I can see churches protesting this movie already...
This site is getting ridiculous. Pop up ad after pop up ad just to see The Rock with his shirt off and the latest Lindsey Lohan escapades. Where's our daily "The Amazing Spiderman 2" updates? What did Mark Wahlberg have for breakfast? Which director/actor is ashamed of his previous work today?
I used to enjoy reading articles on here. Now it's mostly just eye rolling sh*t.
The only semi redeeming quality of WP is the comment section.
Dreamcastwrites: on October 24th, 2013 at 5:38:34 AM
Are they still trying to replicate the success of Passion of the Christ? Has anything come close in the last ten years? (excluding the Chronicles of Narnia trilogy, which is more fantasy epic than christian saga, none have made more than $40 million - see Fireproof, Nativity Story, etc)
All Hollywood knows is that you have to suck up to the crazy religios because a 'god is for real and Jesus is love who died for our sins' movie makes more than a 'maybe the gospels weren't 100% accurate and this whole god thing is kinda batsh*t insane when you think about it' movie (see the grosses of Passion of the Christ vs. Last Temptation of Christ - $370 million vs. $8 million).
pjmbdmwrites: on October 24th, 2013 at 12:10:42 PM