Russell Crowe Braves Floodwaters In Noah Super Bowl Trailer
The Super Bowl is the biggest sports event of the year in the U.S., regardless of what sport is being considered, and the biggest natural disaster of all times, at least for the faithful, is the great Biblical flood. So itís no surprise that the above spot for Darren Aronofskyís upcoming epic Noah deluged televisions with its own Super Bowl spot, sending cascades of rainwater down onto a civilization that wouldnít know what to think if you told them that Broncos and Seahawks were battling for a trophy in front of over 100 million people.
The 30-second ad is definitely more exciting than anything Bud Light or GoDaddy.com are bringing, and itís more pulse-pounding than the theatrical trailer previously released. You canít go wrong with huge snake armies and swords that turn the ground into fire. And Iím pretty sure Russell Croweís beard is better fitted to the masculinity of football more than this yearís halftime show. The world is possibly coming to an end, and itís up to Noah to save both his family, including Emma Watson and Jennifer Connelly, and a vast selection of the worldís animal species. Letís just hope Aronofskyís ambitious final product doesnít stink as much as that ark will.
Noah will flood into theaters on March 28.
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