Noah, Industry News

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The Big Budget Hollywood Film ISIS Has Started Using As Propaganda

cinemablend.com – Darren Aronofsky’s Noah was one of 2014’s most polarizing movies. Some embraced it as an art-house, biblical blockbuster that managed to tell one of the most famous stories ever told in a fresh and surprising manner. Others were simply offended that it ever got made. So much so in fact that Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Indonesia all banned it from being released because it violated Islamic law by depicting a prophet. 7 years 2 weeks ago via jackiechan

Weekend Box Office Report: 'Captain America' Owns the Box Office

6:23 PM 4/6/2014 by Logan Falk
Captian America: The Winter Soldier
There’s no other way to put it—this weekend was an absolute blowout for Marvel’s latest film in the Avengers cycle. Some of this success could be attributed to the absolute lack of blockbusters on par with it over the last few months, but with box office numbers this good, you have to be doing something right.
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Can ‘Noah’ And ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Overcome Oscar’s Greatest Curse: A March Release Date?

deadline.com – Academy members will get the chance this weekend to see Noah and The Grand Budapest Hotel when their official Academy screening program finally resumes after a break for Oscar. But while the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre at the Academy’s Beverly Hills headquarters is undergoing major renovations , the screenings have moved to Hollywood at the Acad’s much smaller Linwood Dunn Theatre at their Pickford Center For Motion Picture Study on Vine St. 7 years 28 weeks ago via brucelee

Weekend Box Office Report: Viewers Flood Theaters to See 'Noah'

5:02 PM 3/30/2014 by Logan Falk
Noah
Bad puns notwithstanding, the box office was very good to one of our new releases, which earned a goodly amount above its predicted gross range. The other films, holdouts and new releases alike, did okay as well, but Noah most definitely won the day.

New in Theaters: 'Noah,' 'Sabotage'

5:16 PM 3/28/2014 by Logan Falk
Sabotage
This weekend, we’re looking at quite the schizoid set of new releases—one film, the more popular of the two with the critics, is an epic action film inspired by one of the oldest tales in human history, and the other is a cheesy action film from one of the classic action heroes who refuses to quit.
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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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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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Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' Moving To Summer 2014, 'Pirates Of The Caribbean 5' Gets A Title

fb.indiewire.com – While our heads are currently focused on the fall festival season that's about to kick off, some updates have arrived on a couple of blockbuster pics on the watery horizon, so let's get right to it... First up, Paramount Pictures is movingDarren Aronofsky's biblical epic "Noah" to a currently unspecified summer 2014 date. 8 years 8 weeks ago via donnieyen
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