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Russell Crowe's Sons Have Been Cast For Darren Aronofsky's Noah

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Logan Lerman Douglas Booth cast in Noah

And together, they make for one VERY handsome family!

Director Darren Aronofsky has cast Douglas Booth and Perks of Being a Wallflower star Logan Lerman as Russell Crowe's sons in the biblical adaptation Noah.

Lerman will play the eldest brother, while their mother's role is still up for grabs. According to sources, Crowe's Beautiful Mind co-star Jennifer Connelly is one of the actresses competing for the part.

It won't be smooth sailing for this good looking family though. Producers are also on the hunt for a big name actor to portray Noah's nemesis! Liam Neeson was originally rumored to be taking the role, so it sounds like they are looking for an older, distinguished star to take on a bearded Crowe.

Any ideas?

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5 comments to “Russell Crowe's Sons Have Been Cast For Darren Aronofsky's Noah



  1. 1

    "Russell Crowe's Sons Have Been Cast For Darren Aronofsky's Noah"

    As usual, Your title is misleading, Mario! All the while I though Russell Crowe's REAL sons were cast in the film!



  2. 2

    Re: netopia – Seriously. Perez go back to school. Your writing is amateur hour.



  3. 3

    Now that I've waded through your badly written post (nothing new there, huh?), I have to look at this tidbit: "Producers are also on the hunt for a big name actor to portray Noah's nemesis!" I'm not religious, so I'm not familiar with the details of the whole Noah saga, but I don't recall that Noah had a "nemesis." The Noah story is what it is … does Hollywood have to fuck with it? As for Russell Crowe being cast as Noah, I can only say that I wouldn't watch Crowe cast in anything. I think he's a shitty actor who thinks way too highly of himself; he's more ego and attitude than talent. So I'll pass on this one, thanks.

  4. emily says – reply to this


    4

    You need to reword your titles. It's not funny, it's fucking confusing. Douche.



  5. 5

    Perez saying that these boys are handsome is like the perverted uncle asking his 14 year old niece what she is wearing over the phone while breathing heavy.