I'm very excited for 'Noah' - I've read the script and was very impressed. It has a very strong and clear-minded stance on the biblical story, and the characters are all well realized and come across well on paper. The descriptions of Noah's visions were, in particular, very vivid - it's easy to see them (as well as scenes more instantly associated with the story, such as the flood and the migration of the animals) being really spectacular on screen. I do wonder how much it will have been changed by John Logan, though - the script that's circulating online is only credited to Aronofsky and Ari Handel, so I imagine it's quite an outdated draft.
Also, I like the practical stance they've taken with the costumes. In particular, I really like Jennifer Connelly's outfit below - it's very refreshing to see a female character in a biblical movie who (at the very least) looks dressed in a manner that will actually allow her to do things other than stand around and dispense wisdom. I think the film will come as a big shock to anyone anticipating a standard swords and sandal flick-
This will be epic!
I can't stand JCon's "acting", but i'm still exicited for this in spite of her.
oh...I thought that was Mooney Rara.
FYC Oscar consideration, Miss Sally Field, as Mary Todd Lincoln
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Paramount unveiled the first footage from NOAH and NEBRASKA at CinemaCon. As expected they both look great.
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"I'm a firm believer in karma, and I think this situation is a huge learning lesson for me.
To grow and expand as a spiritual human being. I want to lead a country one day for all I know".
Emma Watson's trajectory is quite exciting, particularly after a wonderful turn in Perks.