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06 February 2014  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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As the release date for Darren Aronofsky's Noah approaches, the whole Biblical flood thing is beginning to feel less like cinema and more like daily reality for much of the UK. Still, assuming you still have power and aren't up to your knees in rainwater, please enjoy this new international poster for the film.

Russell Crowe is, of course, playing the Ark-building family man, with Jennifer Connelly as his wife. He not only has the watery genocide of a discouraged deity to deal with in this story, but also the violent opposition of Ray Winstone's Tubal Cain. Anthony Hopkins plays Methuselah, Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth are Noah's sons, and Emma Watson plays a friend of the family, Ila. Nick Nolte and Frank Langella voice angels, in a sentence we never thought we'd write.

Noah hits UK cinemas on April 4, by which time the sun will hopefully have come out at least briefly. If not, we're all going to have to start mimicking Noah a little more closely...


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Could they not get Crowe to move his eyes to the right? He seems to be staring intently at something off-camera. More

Posted by cliff126 at 18:37 on 07 February 2014 | Report This Post

RE: Am Glad I'm not the only one
L: Alex M... What the fxxk do they think when they make these posters... Giant heads. I want Giant Heads all over the place and everyone needs to look like they're taking a dump." More

Posted by UTB at 12:07 on 07 February 2014 | Report This Post

Am Glad I'm not the only one
What the fxxk do they think when they make these posters...all the hard work that goes into making a film and marketing teams cannot think of anything better than this tosh...give it a week and some kid with an macbook will design something amazing that will be deamed not mainstream enough... More

Posted by Alex M... at 11:28 on 07 February 2014 | Report This Post

RE: Logistical nightmare
L: Phillip Lawler How are they going to make this film believable. They need to get kangaroos all the way from Australia to get on the Ark to save them from drowning for a kick off. The boat will have to be a hundred times bigger than the Titanic and everyone must promise not to eat anyone until the flood subsides! Atheists are going to have a chuckle here! seem to be struggling with the concept of 'fantasy'. More

Posted by Oroborous at 19:42 on 06 February 2014 | Report This Post

Logistical nightmare
How are they going to make this film believable. They need to get kangaroos all the way from Australia to get on the Ark to save them from drowning for a kick off. The boat will have to be a hundred times bigger than the Titanic and everyone must promise not to eat anyone until the flood subsides! Atheists are going to have a chuckle here! More

Posted by Phillip Lawler at 14:26 on 06 February 2014 | Report This Post

RE: To be blunt...
I'm thinking the same. Trailer gave everything away and it looked pretty silly. More

Posted by Chronicle at 12:45 on 06 February 2014 | Report This Post

To be blunt...
I think this will be dreadful and nobody will go to see it. More

Posted by bleugh07 at 10:44 on 06 February 2014 | Report This Post

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