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‘Noah’ Oscar Campaign Gets Early Start

variety.com – Hoping to avoid the Oscar flood, Paramount has invited Academy voters to see “Noah” in theaters, using their membership cards for admission. Oscar campaigns often start at least a year before the ceremonies, but most of the strategizing is done behind closed doors, preparing for later in the year. It’s unusual for a studio to... 7 years 26 weeks ago via jackiechan

Russel Crowe's 'Noah' Banned in Malaysia

feedproxy.google.com – The Southeast Asian country is the latest Muslim-majority nation to forbid the biblical epic because it violates Islamic law by depicting a prophet. 7 years 28 weeks ago via jetli

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

How Paramount Kept ‘Noah’ From Sinking and Beat the Bad Buzz – Again

thewrap.com – “Noah” withstood a tsunami of bad buzz to score a $44 million debut last weekend and capture the top spot at the box office. The opening won't be one for the record books, and with a reported production budget of $125 million, the picture must navigate more rough weather on its journey to profitability, but it's the latest example of Paramount Pictures taking a pricey high-profile movie that could have capsized under the weight of punishing headlines and launching it successfully. 7 years 29 weeks ago via theothersenhman

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 29 weeks ago via brucelee
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