It has a bottle of wine for every year in his life and is made from futuristic technology to only give Armstrong access once every year and only to take a few bottles. This is interspersed with memories of his encounter with Noah of the Bible after the "Great Cataclysm" for which Noah built his Ark. Unfortunately,[...]
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Dave Wallace writes for Bleeding Cool: Darren Aronofsky's Noah movie has done surprisingly well for a film that some had written off as a turkey long before it was even released It currently stands as the fifth highest-grossing movie of the year so far, and received a largely positive critical reaction to boot. Well, I can only[...]
So when a spot opened up for lease in the Oakdale Mall, Fuerstenberg seized the opportunity, hoping to open the store's exposure and consumer base to wider demographics. ART OF THE ARK When you learned about the tale of Noah I'm pretty sure it didn't include alien landscapes or six armed giants However that's what you get[...]
After a whole bunch of behind the scenes drama between Darren Aronofksy and Paramount, it's finally been settled that we'll be getting Aronofsky's own cut of biblical epic Noah, if for no other reason than that was the version that tested the highest with preview audiences Go figure. Now, the first scene from the film has[...]
Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool I am certainly intrigued by Darren Aronofsky's Noah When sifting through the director's back catalogue and taking a stab at his next project, a literal retelling of the bible story would not be high up in my guesses However, I am excited to see what he makes of it[...]
With such an impeccable reputation behind him, Aronofsky's films have become a solid investment and he has acknowledged this by putting together a package for Noah, his planned biblical epic with a proposed budget of $130 million. As you've probably guessed [and as we've already reported – Brendon], Noah tells the story of a certain guy[...]