The Darren Aronofsky-directed biblical epic, starring Russell Crowe, will be airing a new trailer during the 2014 Super Bowl.
The Darren-Aronofsky-directed upcoming movie is alost as highly anticipated as the game, along with the ensemble cast, it has a budget of $130 million to spend on visual spectacles and monumental cinematic moments.
This film's trailer fits the bill for the huge sporting event, watched by millions of people around the world, and as there are predictions of blizzards and flooding at the MetLife Stadium, it really is a perfect fit.
Russell depicts the man who was picked out by God to save all the world's creatures by building an ark to protect them when a flood is sent to purge the world of evil people.
However, Aronfsky's 'Noah' isn't a quiet, peaceful man, but a warrior who is tasked with ensuring the survival of good in the world.
Other than that, the director seems to capture the true tale of 'Noah's Ark' from the Old Testament, and isn't ruined by Hollywood clichés.
The first trailer was initially released this past November (2013) but this longer portion, which will be broadcast at the game, will feature new scenes.
"A great flood is coming," shouts Crowe when playing Noah. "The storm can't be stopped, but it can be survived."
The trailer, which has a running time of 35 seconds, also features co-star Emma Watson who asks, "Is this the end of everything?" to which Crowe replies, "This is the beginning of everything."
Noah will be hitting theatres on the 28th March 2014.
Watch the full clip below
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