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Wait, Jennifer Lawrence And Darren Aronofsky's New Movie Is A Horror-Thriller?

Not a great deal has been known about Jennifer Lawrence's movie, mother! as the film has been shrouded in mystery. However, some of the curtain has apparently been pulled back and it appears we at least know what sort of movie mother! is.

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Why Darren Aronofsky's Batman Movie Never Happened, According To Frank Miller

After the disaster of Batman & Robin, but before Christopher Nolan delivered his Dark Knight trilogy, Darren Aronofsky almost made a Batman movie, but it had one big problem, it was too dark.

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Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem Circle Darren Aronofsky's Mysterious Drama, Get The Details

Javier Bardem + Jennifer Lawrence + Darren Aronofsky = a cinephile's paradise.

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Watch Channing Tatum Train To Become Evel Knievel

We first learned about Channing Tatum's desire to play Evel Knievel on the big screen all the way back in 2012, but only now does it seem like that particular dream is being realized. And now that the movie seems to be getting some traction, the 21 Jump Street starring is preparing for his performance by learning a new skill...

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Darren Aronofsky May Make An Evel Knievel Movie Next, Get The Details

The long dormant Evel Knieval biopic may finally have a director, and Darren Aronofsky is the name that's being whispered around town. Read on to see why this is a good thing.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Follows Terminator With Dark And Thrilling Vengeance Pic

With the release of Terminator: Genisys just a week away, Arnold Schwarzenegger is now turning his attention to his next project. While Arnold has primarily focused on the action genre that made him a star, he also hasn’t been afraid to take on work that requires a bit more of him as an actor.

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This Serial Killer Is Getting His Own Movie

It looks as though we now know what Darren Aronofksy will be working on next. The renowned director is set to direct a biopic of the man who is suspected to be the most prolific serial killer in American history.

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Noah Was Probably Hoping To Earn More Awards Than This

The Humane Society of the United States is proud to announce that Darren Aronofsky will be honored with their inaugural Humane Filmmaker award at the organization's “To the Rescue! New York 2014” benefit gala on Friday, November 21 at Cipriani in New York City.

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10 A-List Directors And The Projects They Never Got Funding For

Filmmakers nowadays are finding that it’s pretty hard to get their dream-films off the ground. But it’s always been this way for directors. Even some of the greatest men to ever set foot behind the camera have struggled to find funding for their passion movies, and this includes the likes of Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Charlie Chaplin, both of whom wanted to make biopics on Napoleon Bonaparte, Orson Welles, and, ahem, Mel Gibson.

The Big Budget Hollywood Film ISIS Has Started Using As Propaganda

Noah was one of the most divisive films of the year. In fact, the reason that it depicted a prophet led several countries, including Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Indonesia, to ban the biblical blockbuster from being released.

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Darren Aronofsky Will Adapt Margaret Atwood's Sci-Fi MaddAddam Trilogy For HBO

His next project also includes a massive flood of sorts, oddly enough, as he and his Protozoa Pictures will be adapting Margaret Atwood’s apocalyptic MaddAddam trilogy as an HBO series. This marks the Oscar-nominated director’s first foray into TV, and it’s just the kind of offbeat tale one would expect from him.

Darren Aronofsky Almost Directed Man Of Steel

Of course, this is not the first time Aronofsky has backed away from a superhero project. He probably takes meetings all over town for these things, even though it doesn't seem like he ever has any intention of making one, despite his praise for the Man Of Steel gig.

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Paramount Significantly Alters Noah's Marketing Without Consulting Darren Aronofsky

Early on, Paramount and Aronofsky agreed to market to those of Christian faith without pandering or making excuses, urging them to open their minds to an unusual interpretation to a beloved story. Instead, Paramount did not consult with the director and honored the wishes of the National Religious Broadcasters by labeling ads and promotional material with this message.

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Darren Aronofsky Gets Final Say Over Noah's Theatrical Cut

Aronofsky's movies have always been powerful and confrontational, though it was only a matter of time before he surrendered to the threat of test screenings. Separate versions of the film were shown to audiences, with incomplete effects and music that he felt, and while Aronofsky felt he and the studio hit a "rough patch," Paramount fully supports his vision.

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Darren Aronofsky Bails On Sexy Spy Thriller Red Sparrow

With his biblical epic Noah now in postproduction, celebrated director Darren Aronofsky is readying for a follow-up, but the 20th Century Fox spy thriller Red Sparrow has been dropped from his dance card.

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Hollywood Backs Icelandic Film Industry In Fight Over Government Funding

Directors like Clint Eastwood, Darren Aronofsky, Terrence Malick, and producers like David Beniof, Chris Newman, G. Mac Brown, and Beau Marks have all signed a petition that declares they side " “with the entire film community in Iceland, in their efforts to maintain the current levels of government support for filmmaking.”

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Darren Aronofsky's Noah Trailer Arrives And Brings A Flood With It

Following up on yesterday’s preview of Darren Aronofsky’s Noah comes the full length trailer for the movie — watch it in HD over at, which stars Russell Crowe as the biblical Noah, a man tasked to take a great leap of faith when God chooses him to prepare for an apocalyptic flood, which will destroy the world.

First Footage Emerges From Darren Aronofsky's Noah

I challenge you to resist the temptation to click on the video above anyway, because even in this context, Noah looks phenomenal. And the Entertainment Tonight push means we're that much closer to getting a proper look at it.

Darren Aronofsky And Paramount Butting Heads Over Noah?

While the trade doesn't have any first person reactions from the screenings in New York, Arizona and Orange County, California, sources have told them that the showings "generated troubling reactions" (though its not exactly clear what that means). When reached for comment Aronofsky and his camp did not respond, but Paramount vice chairman Rob Moore told THR that the movie is undergoing a "normal review process" that they hope will produce "one version of the movie that Darren is overseeing."

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Darren Aronofsky Says Noah's Animals Are 'Slightly Tweaked' And Not Exactly Recognizable

“There are fantastical creatures, fantastical events,” Aronofsky said in a recent interview. “There’s a huge deluge. What you’re photographing is often not the thing that will appear on screen—that’s the underpinning. There will be a huge amount of visual architecture placed on top of that, and that sort of makes it a different job. Sometimes only the actor’s face will be in the final image.”

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