Fresh Shots Of Crowe, Hopkins, Winstone And Watson In Aronofsky's NOAH

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Due for release in March of 2014, a handful of new character images have arrived from Darren Aronofsky's dark fantasy retelling of the story of Noah. This was never likely to be the version of the story anyone grew up with - a fact that has become increasingly obvious with talk of six armed angels standing eleven feet tall - and these new images seem to confirm that while giving a good look at the design aesthetic of the piece.

All the major players are here, so take a look at the gallery below to see who's doing what.

Russell Crowe as Noah.

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  • Bos

    While browsing the images:
    Russell Crowe as Noah...
    Jennifer Connolley as Naameh...
    Anthony Hopkins as Methusaleh...
    Emma Watson as...Emma Watson. Look at that face. She is just Emma Watson.

  • Elsie Paroubek

    What do you want...her to wear a false beard?

  • Bos

    I don't know exactly but...she just looks out of place

  • darrenjh

    yeah, she does.

  • Private Dick Peter Johnson

    The link I make with Blade Runner is because of the gigantic towering city of Babel, which is ruled by Winstone's character. Battle-scenes galore, but also grand cityscapes with monolitihic statues and a prehistoric cyber-punk aesthetic.

  • Private Dick Peter Johnson

    I have read the first two parts of the Graphic Novel Aranofsky wrote as a visual example for his movie. The first two parts are already out in France, Germany and the Netherlands. Religious people are gonna lose their shit over Aranosky's story: it is a very surrealistic and science fiction-esque, almost (post-)apocalyptic story: Think a prehistoric Mad Max made by Alejandro Jodorowsky, or The Fountain meets Blade Runner in biblical times. It is out there, it does have gaint six-armed golem-like creatures (based on one biblical sentence about the Nephilim), apocaliptic visions, and suggestions of an incestuous episode between Hopkins and Watson's characters. Yes, it is strongly hinted that Methusala boinks his (adopted) granddaughter in a religious ritual. As i've said: right-wing Christians are gonna be angry, and I can't wait for the movie.

  • Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg

    If you want an alternative interpretation of the Noah story, I highly recommend the novel 'Not Wanted on the Voyage' by Timothy Findley. That's an adaptation I would have loved to see Aranofsky do.

  • JimHat

    Jennifer Connelly, apocalyptically stunning as always while she saunters gracefully into middle age

  • JimHat

    UNLEASH HE-oh, right!

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