The world has been given a first look of Russell Crowe as Noah, and the dude looks about the same. About! The same.
Jennifer Connelly. You probably remember her work with Aronofsky in Requiem for that scene. Might I suggest though, don’t let that moment overshadow the quality of her performance in the entire film, which has me stoked at the possibility of her reuniting with the director.
Fuck vampire hunters! Darren Aronofsky is taking George Washington and doing him up friggin’ Unforgiven style.
Russell Crowe seems like a sturdy son of a bitch who could both build something and drink too much. This makes him the perfect Noah, a factoid which didn’t escape Darren Aronofsky. The director has paused for long enough from directing J. Lo in nauseating Kohl’s commercials long enough to land a lead man for his bio-disaster-bibilical-journey Noah.
Oh, Darren. If I didn’t openly admit I shouldn’t stop you from making some honest cheddar, I’d be hanging my head over this one. You directed an ad for Kohl’s starring J. Lo? I hope you bought the kids something nice with the check.
Russell Crowe may be the perfect casting for the alcoholic turned savior Noah in the upcoming Aronofsky eco-disaster-masterpiece-maybe. It was rumored last week, and Sir Telephone Pitcher has confirmed that hes in talks via his Twitter acount.
Matthew Libatique who is oft a cinematographer for Mr. Darry Aronofsky has dropped some details regarding Noah. Shooting dates, and the villain. Which apparently isn’t God, which would have been totally cool. IMO retcon the Bible.
Darren Aronofsky wants Noah to be a huge-ass event bio-apocalypse flick starring Christian Bale. That takes many a cheddar to make happen, and Aronofsky has been trying to find funding for the project.
With reports that Paramount is joining the fray, that search seems over.
Darren Aronofsky wants ‘Noah’ to be an epic event flick. Well fucking duh! Do you think you can suffer unto a biblical Bio-Apocalypse without blowing it out in some grandiose manner?
Darren Aronofsky’s epic biblical disaster flick Noah looks like it really may be happening. You can’t destroy the planet in biblical proportions without a budget, and this pig is looking to cost a cool $130 million. With half of the funding secured, Aronofsky is scrambling to get another studio to put up the cheddar. How can he do that more easily? By getting an actor like Christian Bale to hop aboard.