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Darren Aronofsky's Noah Gets A 2014 Release Date
Darren Aronofsky is likely known for the darker tone of his movies, with films like Requiem For a Dream, and more recently Black Swan among his directing credits. This causes me to wonder what we might expect from Paramount Pictures and New Regency’s Noah, which Aronosky is set to direct.
Darren Aronofsky's Noah Confirmed For A July Start
It’s the hope of Aronofsky’s producing partners at Arnon Milchan’s New Regency that Noah can represent a return to edgier, more-character-driven dramas like the studio used to put its name on. As Deadline notes, Milchan’s influence helped make Fight Club, Heat and the outstanding L.A. Confidential with Crowe.
Russell Crowe May Be Darren Aronofsky's Noah
Crowe has officially entered talks to star in Noah, Aronofsky's epic take on the famous Noah's Ark story. It was previously rumored that Aronofsky wanted Christian Bale for the title role, however, that didn't work out. Crowe's name first entered this mix earlier this month when it was reported that the director was looking at both the Gladiator star and Liam Neeson. Should the deal go through, Crowe and Aronofsky will begin work on the film this summer.
Aronofsky Eyeing Russell Crowe And Liam Neeson For His Noah Epic
It hasn't actually been that long since Crowe headlined a big epic, but it's easy to forget that Ridley Scott's 2010 Robin Hood ever happened, so I don't blame you for not remembering Crowe all that well in action-hero mode. But even in his scruffy, middle-aged state, Crowe actually seems pretty perfect for Noah, especially if Aronofsky can get him to buckle down
Darren Aronofsky's Noah May Have A Villian Who Isn't The Flood
On his recent podcast, Wells relays a story of a conversation he had with Aronofsky’s cinematographer Matthew Libatique, who revealed that shooting would begin in July in New York and Iceland, and that they’re targeting a possible Fall 2013 release date. He also says the script brings in a villain for Noah
Christian Bale Won't Star In Darren Aronofsky's Noah
Obviously the big question now is who Aronofsky will go after next. His last two films - The Wrestler and Black Swan - both earned their lead actors Oscar nominations, the latter winning Natalie Portman acting's highest honor. All of a sudden this may be one of the most sought after roles in the industry. So who do you want to see star in Noah now. It's kind of an obvious choice, but I think the director might want to give Michael Fassbender some consideration.
Must Watch: Darren Aronofsky Directs 4 Anti-Meth PSAs
Those who use crystal meth are either amazingly stupid or don't watch nearly enough Breaking Bad (note: those two things aren't necessarily mutually exclusive). The awful drug destroys minds, it destroys bodies and it destroys lives, both of the user and those that care about them. Sadly, however, the use of methamphetamine is a growing epidemic and one that seriously needs to be quelled.
First Look At Darren Aronofsky’s Graphic Novel Noah
Back in February we learned that Darren Aronofsky had set his sights on directing a religious epic around the story of Noah and his famous ark. However, even with his impressive showing with Black Swan, landing some cash for the project was going to be a struggle. Never a man to follow the beaten path, Aronofsky took a unique approach to courting financiers and teamed up with artist Nico Henrichon to create a graphic novel of the story to aid his pitches.
Robocop Reboot Won't Be Made From Darren Aronofsky's Script
The Robocop reboot has been waiting in the wings for someone to pick it up for quite a while now. Aronofsky was the first to show interest and he even finished a script, but along came the chance to make his passion project, Black Swan, and his involvement with the film slowly disintegrated as MGM’s finances crumbled. Slowly though the company got back on its feet and hired another director, Brazilian film maker Jose Padilha, and Robocop is well on its way to finding the big screen.
Darren Aronofsky Asked Joel Schumacher For Advice When He Was Making Batman: Year One
Before Christopher Nolan took over with Batman Begins the studio was figuring out a lot of ways to move on with Batman, and at one point had Darren Aronofsky working on an adaptation called Batman: Year One. At some point during that development back in 2001, Aronofsky turned to the person he knew who'd made a Batman movie and asked for some advice
Darren Aronofsky Gets Paramount To Help Him Make His Noah's Ark Movie
The next question is who he'll get on board to star. It seems like he'd pretty much have his choice of anyone-- no more hiring actors like Mickey Rourke and Natalie Portman and asking them to work for pennies on a small-scale production. Rumor had it back in June that he wanted Christian Bale for it
Christian Bale Being Eyed For Oldboy, A Star Is Born And More
Though he's been playing Batman since 2005, Christian Bale has not allowed himself to be identified solely by character. Though his performances as the Dark Knight have been incredibly memorable, Bale has also put on stellar performances in movies like The Prestige, 3:10 To Yuma and The Fighter in the time since (the last in the list giving him his first Academy Award).
Darren Aronofsky's Noah's Ark Project Could Get Backing From Paramount
We don’t care where Darren Aronoksky makes this epic retelling of the Biblical story of Noah and the Ark. We just want him to get the project in the water, both physically and metaphorically speaking. So news that a major studio is nearing a deal to produce Aronofsky’s Black Swan follow up is promising.
Darren Aronofsky Wants Christian Bale For His Noah's Ark Epic
Now that Darren Aronofsky has picked a Noah's Ark epic as his "go to hell, I can do whatever I want" follow-up to Black Swan, it's time to start making sure someone will actually pay for the movie
Darren Aronofsky Shopping His Noah's Ark Tale
Basically, Aronofsky sees an opportunity to get a passion project made and he's not going to let the opportunity slip through his fingers. I am, however, wondering how he will treat some of the gaping holes in the original story, specifically how a flood was meant to kill all of the fish and birds in the world in addition to every other living creature.