Ray Winstone & Logan Lerman Appear On The Next NOAH Character Posters

Yesterday we had Noah (Russell Crowe) and his Mrs (Jennifer Connelly), and now the next pair of character posters from Darren Aronofsky's upcoming biblical adventure feature their son Ham (Logan Lerman) and the villain of the piece, Tubal-Cain (Ray Winstone).

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By Mark "RorMachine" Cassidy - 2/12/2014




NOAH is a close adaptation of the Biblical story of Noah’s Ark. In a world ravaged by human sin, Noah is given a divine mission: to build an Ark to save creation from the coming flood. The screenplay was written by Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel and revised by Academy Award®-nominated screenwriter John Logan (GLADIATOR, HUGO). Scott Franklin and Aronofsky of Protozoa Pictures, along with Mary Parent of Disruption Entertainment, will produce the film. The film will be executive produced by Ari Handel (BLACK SWAN), Arnon Milchan of New Regency and Chris Brigham (INCEPTION, ARGO).


Noah is directed by Darren Aronofsky, and stars Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, Ray Winstone, Logan Lerman, Douglas Booth and Anthony Hopkins. It hits theaters March 28th, 2014.
Source: Paramount Pictures
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AllHailMegatron - 2/12/2014, 4:28 AM
Oh, hey.
ShadowPimp723 - 2/12/2014, 4:42 AM
Ahh...look at tho-whyarethesehere?
KingEmperor - 2/12/2014, 5:15 AM
And here we go again...
Luminus - 2/12/2014, 5:46 AM
Utter nonsense.
CorronZenith30 - 2/12/2014, 6:01 AM
@ Bravado - the biblical account speaks of "fountains/waters of the deep", this resembles great veins of water or deep subterranean rivers beneath the crust of the early earth - a fact that's now known by science to actually exist. Some believe the original earth (both Bible believing scientists and secular scientists) was covered almost completely by water bar one singular gigantic land mass (that eventually broke up and continental shift did the rest), there are also many who believe that the early earth was covered, in our atmosphere, by a huge blanket of water vapour that created for earth a type of green house/tropical climate affect. So, taking the eruption of subterranean waters, the oceans themselves, there being one land mass and the collapse of a possible vapour canopy into account - it gives you more than enough water to cover the whole face of earth. Now the animals - there is a monstrous difference between a species and a kind (ancestor/parent group), example: a dog is a dog, a cat is a cat :-) what im saying is the original parent groups in the animal kingdom had such strong and dense genetic complexity that adaptation allowed them to survive and acclimatise themselves to varying situations and conditions. This truth is all around us we see it everywhere and it's a truth that's becoming more evident in the scientific community. Example: they have recently discovered that the polar bear descended from the brown bear variety/kind and also that this happened quite rapidly and this adaptation fact is the same truth for everything in the animal kingdom. So what does that mean? It means that at the time this historical advent was said to take place, there would have been less animals.. A heck of a lot less.

Not trying to be smart here just wanted to have an attempt at answering your post.
Tetrahedron - 2/12/2014, 6:16 AM
@Bravado: Ugh, everyone knows they were punished because he was angry at them for not worshiping him and for not living according to his word. Yes, these guidelines were dictated via celestial telepathy into the brains of a handful of bronze-age blood-thirsty tribalists with no desirable means of spreading the "good word" anywhere outside their immediate regional area but I'm sure they could've figured SOMETHING out. :/
Simonsonrules - 2/12/2014, 6:16 AM
@CorronZenith30,

So, uh, where does Thor buy his glasses?
Tetrahedron - 2/12/2014, 6:19 AM
@Luminus: Now now, if the Greeks can get movies starring The Rock and Kellan Lutz, I can't see why the Babylonians can't also get a film based on one of their myths.
Timestampede - 2/12/2014, 6:53 AM
I love how a movie based on one man's interpretation of a Biblical event has turned into a religious argument. My question; how is this Comic Book news?
StevenRogers - 2/12/2014, 6:54 AM
Don't feed the trolls people. Some people just get off on arguing, and Bravado is one if them. Way to look like an asshole.
Len - 2/12/2014, 7:02 AM
@Timestampede: Probably because there's comics based on/influenced by the story of Noah's Ark and because Image is publishing a comic based on Aronofsky's film.
Gibman - 2/12/2014, 7:05 AM
Practically all of ancient civilizations have a legend that their ancestors survived and ancient flood. African pygmies, European Celts, South American Incas, ancient people from Alaska, Australia, China, India, Lithuania, Mexico, Micronesia, New Zealand and parts of Native North American. You can debate all you want about animals and where the water came from, but how do you account for so many civilizations spread across the globe that tell the same story. It points to a clear connection in mans origins. The similarity's in the stories are to close to be mere coincidence.
Timestampede - 2/12/2014, 7:08 AM
Still, I fail to see the point. I see this movie as a bust anyway. But most are anymore. It seems that Hollywood has lost their perspective on great Block Busters. Movies just aren’t what they used to be. But then again, maybe it’s my taste in movies that skews that opinion. Hey, it is a great article though.

ProfessorX - 2/12/2014, 7:16 AM
@Bravado: Stop clogging up the comment section with your copy-paste propaganda. This MOVIE isn't even based on the Bible, it's based on Aranofsky's graphic novel. If you want to discuss religion, go find a site for that purpose.
@Bravado, did someone piss in your cornflakes? Every damn article about Noah, you try to shove down what you believe in everyone's throats. Let people believe what they want even if it is ridiculous or not.
ProfessorX - 2/12/2014, 7:21 AM
"Many flood stories permeate mythology around the world. At one time these flood stories were thought to be evidence of a global flood; proof that its survivors carried the story with them from the Near East as they spread out around the globe. It is now clear, however, that the evidence for this claim is lacking."

Those^ are Dick Fischer's words. Plagiarism is not cool bro...
Timestampede - 2/12/2014, 7:23 AM
OH I see now. I HAD NO IDEA this was based on a Comic....

@Len My bad. I apologize for my density. Didn't read your post right. I gotcha now.

beto - 2/12/2014, 7:27 AM
I'm an atheist and find these exchanges BORING!!!!

I believe that the flood and arc are as real as Superman but I will enjoy both stories. I love stories and some of the Bible one can make for awesome movies.
ProfessorX - 2/12/2014, 7:38 AM
@Bravado: You're proselytizing on a MOVIE website. Nobody cares whether "the flood" happened or not. This is a site to discuss MOVIES not religion.
Timestampede - 2/12/2014, 7:39 AM
@Bravado
For that last post I applaud you. I am a man of "Faith" and not of "Religion" by choice. No disrespect from me, like I said. I hadn't the slightest clue this was based on a Comic.
beto - 2/12/2014, 7:40 AM
I just believe that this is a vicious circle. We are not going to stop religious people from being religious & they are not going to convince us. This is just repeptitive arguments like "Do you have a minute to talk about God/Atheism...?" I'm not saying that Bravado can't express himself, just saying that the religious people already heard that and they don't care, they will keep being religious.

Not saying that it is bad just that it is damn boring to see it here.
Timestampede - 2/12/2014, 7:40 AM
Seriously though,
What is the name of the comic this is based on? Is it just Noah or is it the flood?
beto - 2/12/2014, 7:40 AM
How long until Gusto starts preaching about the Mileysism religion?
beto - 2/12/2014, 7:50 AM
Thinking that there was a big flood once is not the part of the religion that is harmful to the world.

Those arguments are cool on religion discussion about gays or the role of women or so many other topics. This is a story and even if it is not real is a cool story, as many non real stories. Just seems out of place.

Is like preaching about alcoholism being bad in every Iron Man threat... or talking about Racism in our society every time Black Panther is mentioned.
cipher - 2/12/2014, 8:09 AM
I think I should go on every Iron Man thread and preach about the dangers of alcohol consumption just for shits an' giggles.
cipher - 2/12/2014, 8:12 AM
Don't drink Bud Light, kids. Anything else is fine, but Bud Light is the devil's piss.
beto - 2/12/2014, 8:19 AM
British alcohol is made from Bud Light
DrunkenPirateNukem - 2/12/2014, 8:37 AM
Generic big wave poster...







KeefNCookies - 2/12/2014, 8:46 AM
Ray Winstone! I AM BEOWULF!

This guy's great, love the movies he's in. Sweeney, anyone?
rmf1979 - 2/12/2014, 9:49 AM
This will be an EPIC adventure. God Told me.
GuardianAngel - 2/12/2014, 11:57 AM
Debates are pointless and a waste of time. Nobody is going to be convinced to change their belief system through this. For some reason, people just get so angry over what others believe and can't respect their right to believe that.

I HATE debates, but with that said, since someone just couldn't resist the compulsion to start an argument, I'll just leave this here.

DoctorCranium - 2/12/2014, 11:59 AM
The Bible was a crappy comic book. No pictures at all. 0/10 would not recommend.
JorL5150 - 2/12/2014, 6:58 PM
another NOAH update.

another bravado screaming in his echo chamber.
JorL5150 - 2/12/2014, 6:59 PM
@doc cranium-

LOL!
piccol055 - 2/13/2014, 9:51 AM
Bravado, you are my hero. Continue with the Hitch slapping.

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