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    Friday Box Office: 'Noah' an Easy Number One, Hasta La Vista to Arnold's 'Sabotage'

    For the first time since before Thanksgiving, box office revenues for a weekend will fall short of last year. Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" (Paramount) will dominate the top 10, with Friday's take at $15,238,000 (including Thursday evening shows). With the only other wide opener "Sabotage" (Open Road) a...

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    Cinematographer Matthew Libatique Talks Ark and Arcs in 'Noah'

    Darren Aronofsky has always been drawn to the mystical, and "Noah" is even ballsier than "Pi" or "The Fountain." Of course, it's divisive as environmental allegory and the conflict between religion and science. But I think it's a powerful evocation of creation and destruction, love and beauty, and t...

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    Watch: Darren Aronofsky Talks 'Noah' on 'The Colbert Report'

    Darren Aronofsky's controversial Biblical epic "Noah" hits theaters last night, and while critics debated the merits of his latest, Aronofsky himself promoted the film and goofed around on "The Colbert Report."

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    Noah

    "Noah" is a long road from Darren Aronofsky’s audacious debut feature "pi" to this $130 million dollar epic, but the filmmaker is still an original thinker and visualist.

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    This Weekend, See Aronofsky's Splashy Epic 'Noah,' and Dry Off With a Few Indies

    "Noah," Darren Aronofsky's costly, epic deluge of gritty visual splendor and waterlogged actors, is like no Bible you've ever read. After the film floods theaters Friday, it's up to audiences to decide if all the efforts of this once-indie filmmaker were worth the trouble.

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    Review: Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' Starring Russell Crowe, Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly & More

    Only a few pages long and with the barest of details, the Genesis tale of Noah’s Ark is one the original peaks of brevity. A succinct story of an apocalypse and its aftermath, one can easily see why the themes of death and rebirth attracted Darren Aronofsky to a film adaptation. But “Noah” is no mer...

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    12 Indie Directors Who Jumped To Blockbuster Budgets

    This week sees the release of “Noah,” and it’s notable for a number of reasons. For one, it’s that it’s a relatively rare Biblical movie not aimed principally at religious audiences (which may or may not pay off). For another, it’s the latest film from “Requiem For A Dream” and “Black Swan” director...

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    Four Directors Who Torture Their Actors, from Hitch to Trier (CLIPS)

    It's no secret that Lars von Trier pushes his actresses to the edge-- and sometimes all the way over. A director's commitment to wringing the most out of their actors dates back to another vainglorious Von: Eric von Stroheim ("Greed") was notorious for using offscreen acrimony to get what he wanted ...

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    Listen: Clint Mansell's Full Score For Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' Plus New Clip And Featurette

    In just a few more days, Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" will dock in theatres and Paramount is in the final stretch to make this Biblical tale a mainstream hit. And today comes a few more pieces of promo which takes audiences visually and aurally into the Old Testament world being conjured up on screen.

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    10 Directors Who Went from Indie Film to Studio Blockbuster (Part 1)

    With big-budget studio films like "Ride Along" and "Divergent" starting the year off with a bang, one might be surprised to learn that the directors behind these films started out in the independent film world. But aspiring filmmakers striving to become the next Spielberg can take comfort in the fac...

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