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‘Noah’ Vatican Mystery Solved! Russell Crowe And Darren Aronofsky Meet Pope Francis

deadline.com – The trades got into it this week with Variety floating the boat that Noah star Russell Crowe’s attempt to meet Pope Francis was spurned by the Vatican, while THR refuted that was ever real because of the feeling Crowe’s stardom would attract too much attention. So what’s the truth? Deadline has learned that Noah star Crowe, director Darren Aronofsky and Paramount executive Rob Moore did in fact get to meet Pope Francis today, after the Vatican extended an olive branch and hosted the trio in the official VIP section of this morning’s Udienza. 7 years 30 weeks ago via jetli
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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
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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 32 weeks ago via brucelee
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‘Noah’ VFX Firm Loses a Bundle on Biblical Epic (Exclusive)

thewrap.com – Darren Aronofsky's “Noah” is awash in water, and the complicated work required to bring the biblical flood to the big screen has left one special effects vendor scrambling to get out of a financial hole. Look Effects President and Co-Founder Mark Driscoll told TheWrap that the company lost “a lot of money” on the ambitious project, which took longer to complete than expected. 7 years 32 weeks ago via brucelee
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From the Set of Darren Aronofsky's Noah

comingsoon.net – ComingSoon.net trekked out to Long Island in October 2012 to visit the set of Darren Aronosky's new biblical epic, a reworking of the Old Testament story of Noah , starring Russell Crowe, Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Anthony Hopkins and Jennifer Connelly. 7 years 32 weeks ago via brucelee
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‘Noah’ Set Visit: 28 Things We Learned About Darren Aronofsky’s Epic

feedproxy.google.com – Considering that Darren Aronofsky‘s Noah centers on a flood of literally Biblical proportions, it seemed a bit ironic that our Noah set visit in October 2012 was delayed several hours by some routine autumn drizzle. But once we finally arrived on the Long Island set, it quickly became clear that the trip would be worth the wait.

7 years 32 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Russell Crowe Spent the Weekend Asking the Pope to See ‘Noah’

thewrap.com – Russell Crowe is eager to get the Pope onboard his ark. As Paramount ramps up promotion for Darren Aronofsky’s $100 million retelling of the biblical story of Noah’s Ark, a big part of the strategy has been courting the elusive — but potentially lucrative — religious audience. Aronofsky has been hosting a gallery in New York City featuring different artistic interpretations of the apocryphal tale, while the studio has pushed back against whispers that it’s not loyal enough to the Bible. 7 years 34 weeks ago via jetli
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Variety Stands By Story on ‘Noah’ Survey

variety.com – Variety is standing by its coverage of an online survey from Faith Driven Consumer about the prospects for Paramount Pictures’ biblical-themed epic “Noah” conducted by the Raleigh, N.C.-based organization. Paramount on Tuesday issued a press release criticizing Variety‘s story about the survey as misleading. The studio asserted that the survey did not cite “Noah” specifically in... 7 years 34 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Paramount Harangues Variety Story That Soaks ‘Noah’ Using Vague Poll

deadline.com – After coming off a year in which its summer World War Z was touted to be about the worst movie ever until it turned out to be a worthy edge of the seat summer hit, Paramount Pictures isn’t sitting by while the tide rises on bad buzz involving Noah, the Biblical epic that Darren Aronofsky directed with Russell Crowe. 7 years 34 weeks ago via jackiechan
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98% of Faith Driven Consumers Don’t Support ‘Noah,’ Survey Shows

variety.com – Despite its Biblical inspiration, Paramount’s upcoming “Noah” may face some rough seas with religious audiences, according to a new survey by Faith Driven Consumers. The religious organization found in a survey that 98% of its supporters were not “satisfied” with the concept of the movie, which focuses on Biblical figure Noah. 7 years 35 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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