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    Darren Aronofsky Battling Paramount Over Final Cut Of 'Noah'

    Darren Aronofsky is pushing himself in more ways than one with "Noah." It's his first big budget studio film ("The Fountain" for Fox cost a mere $35 million). And it's certainly the grandest production he's ever put together and arguably the most ambitious project of his career. With a $125 million ...

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    Darren Aronofsky Originally Wanted A More Hip-Hop Score For 'Requiem For A Dream'

    While we patiently await Darren Aronofsky's epic "Noah," let's take a trip back in time to an era when the director was still an untested indie filmmaker. He had made waves with his low-budget, paranoid thriller "Pi," and raised the stakes for his sophomore effort, "Requiem For A Dream." The adaptat...

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    Darren Aronofsky's Go-To Composer Clint Mansell on Their Many Collaborations and Why He Doesn't Consider Himself a Musician

    While perhaps best known as Darren Aronofsky's go-to composer on works such as "Requiem for a Dream" and "Black Swan," composer Clint Mansell has spent the past 15 years establishing one of the most critically lauded bodies of work in the industry, both inside and outside his collaborations with Aro...

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    Darren Aronofsky Says 'Noah' Has The Most Complicated Effects Shot In ILM's History

    With a spring release date slated, Darren Aronofsky's fantastical take on the Biblical story of "Noah" still remains intriguingly under wraps. Aside from some select early stills, not much has been shown from the movie yet, unless you were lucky enough to be in the faith-based audience that got a sp...

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    Update: Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah,' 'Pirates Of The Caribbean 5' Gets A Title

    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...

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    Darren Aronofsky Flies Toward Spy Flick 'Red Sparrow'

    While nerds lament what could have been with "The Wolverine" had Darren Aronofsky directed, contemplate what he might have done with "Man Of Steel" (he was apparently a finalist to helm the movie) and shed a tear for HBO's "Hobgoblin" which the network dropped, it looks like there's some news that d...

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    Stream This: 'Mud,' Hugh Jackman In 'The Fountain,' Woody Allen's 'The Purple Rose Of Cairo' & More on VOD This Week

    Hello streamers, and welcome back to our weekly search for the best of what's available to watch on the World Wide Web. The home entertainment system reigns supreme for another day, as two late summer flicks appear on VOD before their big screen release and a well-received picture, fresh off its the...

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    20 Superhero Movies That Couldn't Fly All The Way To The Big Screen

    This weekend "The Wolverine," starring Hugh Jackman as the adamantium-clawed avenger (is he ever not playing Wolverine?), will be slashing its way onto screens nationwide. But as fans know, this wasn't the original vision that Jackman and Fox had in mind. No, that version was to be helmed by Darren ...

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    Sam Taylor-Johnson To Direct 'Fifty Shades Of Grey,' Armie Hammer Not Interested In "Mommy Porn" Role

    Well, the long, hot, sweaty, kinky, naughty wait is over and a director has been found to tie up audiences cinematically and bring them to Pleasure Town in the big screen adaptation of "Fifty Shades Of Grey." Nope, it's not more interesting choices like Gus Van Sant or Joe Wright, but instead it's A...

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    HBO Drop Michael Chabon's 'Hobgoblin' Pilot, Darren Aronofsky Moves On, FX May Pick It Up

    It’s hard to imagine that anyone would pass up on a show that has magicians and conmen battling Nazis, but HBO has done the unthinkable. After months of development, the cable network has decided to pass on the period piece drama “Hobgoblin.”

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