It’s not yet a done deal for the actress, but it makes sense that she’d reunite with her Beautiful Mind co-star Russell Crowe and the director who worked with her on Requiem For A Dream. Though she’s probably thankful that there won’t be scenes requiring as much psychological preparation as the one near the end of Requiem.
Nope, Noah will be more about chronicling how he's ordered by God to save two of every animal before he floods the Earth and wipes the place clear to start again. Noah himself is being portrayed as a man who loves the planet and his animals but disillusioned as to the way humanity has treated them.
So far, Aronofsky has Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth playing Noah’s sons, with Emma Watson as a young woman in love with Booth and Ray Winstone as some unspecified threat (an angry cockney rain cloud, perhaps?) The director is gearing up to shoot starting in August with a March 28, 2014 release scheduled.
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