'Noah' movie

The much-anticipated biblical epic, Noah, soon hits the big screens in South Africa on the 4 April 2014. #NoahMovie made $44 Million this weekend. In the U.S., Paramount went to great lengths to appease concerns among religious leaders and church organizations about the tone of the film. The studio agreed to tweak its marketing campaign in recent weeks to say that Noah -- which has a strong environmental component -- is inspired by the story of Noah and the Ark, versus being a literal retelling of the wrath-of-God story.


In a world ravaged by human sin, Noah is given a divine mission: to build an Ark to save creation from the coming flood.

Russell Crowe stars as Noah in the film inspired by the epic story of courage, sacrifice and hope.

Noah also stars Anthony HopkinsJennifer ConnellyEmma WatsonRay Winstone,Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth.

Directed by visionary filmmaker Darren Aronofsky.

The story begins with Noah’s childhood and quickly transitions to his adult life in a world that has by spoiled by human sin. Noah (Russell Crowe) is warned by God in a dream that the earth will be destroyed by a flood. Noah’s wife (Jennifer Connelly) and Methuselah (Anthony Hopkins) both confirm God’s message and Noah’s mission to save the animals and his family through the ark.

Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, told the Reporter that he wanted to create “this fantastical world à la Middle-earth that they wouldn’t expect from their grandmother’s Bible school.” After all, the movie is a little more than two hours and the story in the Bible is all of four chapters, the majority of which dwells on the construction of the ark and the duration of the rain.

This is what people had to say about the movie on Twitter: 

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Here is the Trailer of the Movie.