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How the Bible Inspires Him and the Future of Indie Film

fb.indiewire.com – Since directing his debut feature, the award-winning "Pi" on a budget of $60,000 raised from family and friends, back in 1998, Darren Aronofsky has established himself as one of the few truly auteur directors who have the clout to bring their creative visions to cinemas. From "Last Exit to Brooklyn,' "Requiem for a Dream" and "Black Swan," to "The Wrestler," "The Fountain" and "Noah," Aronofsky has consistently blurred the artificial lines between good and bad in the most original ways. 7 years 1 week ago via brucelee

‘Moonfall’ Spec Heating Up as Darren Aronofsky Considers Sci-Fi Project (Exclusive)

thewrap.com – David Weil's sci-fi spec script “Moonfall” has Hollywood buzzing this week, having piqued the interest of several top filmmakers including producer Darren Aronofsky, multiple individuals familiar with the situation have told TheWrap. Represented by CAA and Unified Management, Weil (pictured left) is an up-and-coming writer whose script, “Half Heard in the Stillness,” was voted to the 2013 Black List of Hollywood's most liked unproduced screenplays. 7 years 14 weeks ago via jetli

‘Noah’ Crosses $300M In Global Box Office

deadline.com – Since bowing in Korea and Mexico in late March, Darren Aronofsky’s Noah has continued to draw strong numbers in international waters. As of Sunday, it had an overseas cume of $197.4M, and a North American haul of $93M. Paramount and Regency Enterprises today say the biblical epic has sailed past $200M internationally, and nearly reached $100M domestic, pushing its worldwide cume to north of $300M. 7 years 26 weeks ago via donnieyen

Can Atheist Audiences Enjoy Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Noah’?

fb.indiewire.com – Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" has already made $44 million at the box office, and the writer-director’s vision of the famed story from Genesis is big, burly and as expansive as it is expensive. It's prompted responses from a broad spectrum of audience members, film critics, the faithful and -- perhaps most expectedly -- film critics and journalists who are believers, like Justin Chang's excellent piece at Variety or David Chen's discussion at Slashfilm. 7 years 29 weeks ago via brucelee

Darren Aronofsky Almost Directed Man Of Steel

cinemablend.com – If Hollywood was high school, Darren Aronofsky might be the gothy flirt. It seems like there's no high-profile superhero project that the filmmaker hasn't touched. Ultimately, he's opted to go with his own, bringing the story of Noah and the ark to the big screen this weekend, which has thus far resulted in a sizable hit. 7 years 30 weeks ago via donnieyen

Watch: Darren Aronofsky Talks 'Noah' on 'The Colbert Report'

fb.indiewire.com – Darren Aronofsky's controversial Biblical epic "Noah" hit theaters today, and while critics debated the merits of his latest (and the responses range from Todd McCarthy's "vital and audacious" to Indiewire's own Eric Kohn's"murky, ill-conceived"), Aronofsky himself promoted the film and goofed around on "The Colbert Report." Aronofsky gets into who first inspired him to write about Noah, accepting the religious and mythic connotations within the story, and his unfamiliarity with that irritating "Noah's Arky Arky" song. 7 years 30 weeks ago via brucelee

'Noah' hits rough religious waters onscreen

rssfeeds.usatoday.com – Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' has run into religious criticism before its Friday opening. 7 years 30 weeks ago via theothersenhman

‘Noah’: Indonesia Hops On The Ban Wagon

deadline.com – Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, which bowed to big numbers in Mexico and Korea last week, was not accepted for release in most of the Arab world which cited contradictions with the teachings of Islam. Indonesia, which has a heavy Muslim majority, has become the latest territory to join the fray. A member of the local censorship board told AFP today that the film was rejected over similar concerns as the other countries which have opted to ban the movie. 7 years 30 weeks ago via jetli

Early Buzz: ‘Noah’ By Darren Aronofsky Is Powerful, Ambitious

feedproxy.google.com – Noah represents a big change of pace for Darren Aronofsky in that it’s his first big-budget studio film. But those who worry that he’s sold his soul to Paramount Pictures needn’t worry. Following some early screenings, the word going around is Aronofsky is as bold and ambitious as ever — for better or for worse.

7 years 32 weeks ago via donnieyen

Early Reactions To Darren Aronofsky’s Noah Hit The Web

wegotthiscovered.com – At long last, Darren Aronofsky has revealed his biblical epic, Noah to the world. Premiering in Mexico City last night, Aronofsky along with several members of the cast (Logan Lerman, Douglas Booth and Jennifer Connelly) stopped by the Pepsi Centre to walk the red (well, it was actually blue) carpet and speak with members of the press and introduce their film.

7 years 33 weeks ago via brucelee
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