This seems a little harsh!
Director Darren Aronofsky is irrefutably an amazing director, but this sounds a bit too far — one of his stars, Emma Watson, fell ill because he thought it was a good idea to ban
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Who cares if the Super Bowl hasn’t even started yet! The commercials that you'll see on Sunday are already comin’ atcha!
Paramount Studios decided to whet our appetites early with a new sneak peek at Noah!
Oh noes! Look how wet Russell Crowe and Emma Watson are!
The TV spot is scheduled to air during the big game this weekend but you can ch-ch-check out the teaser trailer RIGHT NOW (above)!
We’ll be celebrating the release of this flick by eating two of every snack that day.
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According to screenwriter, Brian Godawa, film director and producer, Darren Aronofsky wrote a “vegan hippy-like” version of Noah's Ark, which stars Russell Crowe.
But because the religious tale is getting a Hollywood twist, Godawa is disappointed with all the fantasy that's going into the film.
“Noah explains that his family ‘studies the world,’ ‘healing it as best we can,’ like a kind of environmentalist scientist. But he also mysteriously has the fighting skills of an ancient Near Eastern Ninja.”
The screenwriter added that Noah was portrayed as an "environmental wacko," and although he doesn't have a problem with the animal rights or vegan spectrum of the film, he does NOT like the darkness that comes with it.
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But it's probably safe to say that we ALL find it ironic.
Emma Watson took to Twitter to share her concerns with director Darren Aronofsky and leading man Russell Crowe upon learning that Hurricane Sandy was shutting down production on Noah.
Seeing the irony, she tweeted:
The giant replica of the biblical arc is located
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We've been excited for Hugh Jackman's next go as Wolverine in the aptly titled The Wolverine for a long time now. We were especially excited when Darren Aronofsky was attached to direct.
Sadly, he isn't anymore. That doesn't mean we've lost hope, though, as James Mangold has stepped in to helm the Wolvering-in-Japan flick! Plus, Hugh Jackman is gorgeously ripped. Need we say more??
We've heard that this movie takes place after the events in the X-Men trilogy, but we've also heard there are flashback scenarios too! So fab!
We just hope it earns an R rating!
[Image courtesy TheWolverineMovie.com.]
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If you're saving animals from a flood on your bike, you'll need a basket!!
Russell Crowe left his Tribeca hotel yesterday morning for what he assumed would be a leisurely bike ride to set!!
The Noah star was shocked by what awaited him. On Twitter he said:
Apparently Russell has got moves like
seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong because the actor led the pap on quite the chase through the streets of New York!!
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No tears for these two!
After 23 years of breaking up and getting back together, Russell Crowe and Danielle Spencer are reportedly separated
for good and feeling good!
Married in 2003, and parents to lovely Tennyson and Charles, one might assume the couple's spirits are down in the dumps!
You know what they say about assumptions! They make an "ass" out of "u" and, uhhh, "mption"?
The Aussie singer galavanted around Sydney this weekend as if nothing was the matter!
And her 48 year-old husband of
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