Darren Aronofsky’s ‘NOAH’ Trailers Debut

noah poster whysoblu-001We are now moving on from Disney villains yesterday to biblical epics today, as the trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s Noah makes its debut.  As a follow up to Black Swan, Aronofsky has moved on to something very different for him, as he tackles the story of Noah and his Ark.  The film features Russell Crowe as Noah and also stars Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, and Anthony Hopkins.  This post features both the domestic trailer, which is only currently available via Apple and the international trailer, along with the film’s poster.  From what is shown in these trailers, the scale of the film is certainly the main highlight being marketed, but without revealing anything, I can just say that a key element is being left out, which I found to be one of the more interesting concepts to go along with this film, as it is both a very new thing for Aronofsky, but something totally fitting of his style.  Continue on to check out the trailers.

Domestic Trailer:

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International Trailer:

In a world ravaged by human sin, Noah (Crowe) is given a divine mission: to build an Ark to save creation from the coming flood. The film co-stars Finn Wittrock, Douglas Booth, Dakota Goyo, Logan Lerman, Ray Winstone, Kevin Durand, Marton Csokas, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson and Jennifer Connelly.

Noah Arrives in Theaters March 28, 2014

Official Facebook: Facebook.com/Noah
Official Twitter: Twitter.com/NoahMovie

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Aaron is a writer/reviewer for WhySoBlu.com.  Follow him on Twitter @AaronsPS3.
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Writer/Reviewer, Film Lover, Podcaster, Gamer, Comic Reader, Disc Golfer & a Lefty. There are too many films, TV, books, etc. for me to list as favorites, but I can assure that the amount film knowledge within my noggin is ridiculous, though I am always open to learning more. You can follow me on Twitter @AaronsPS4, see what else I am up to at TheCodeIsZeek.com & check out my podcast, Out Now with Aaron and Abe, on iTunes.

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