Darren Aronofsky's ‘Noah’ Trailer Starring Russell Crowe Leaks Online (Video)

Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' Trailer Starring Russell Crowe Leaks Online (Video)

The film also stars Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson and Anthony Hopkins

The trailer for Darren Aronofsky's Biblical epic “Noah” has leaked online.

Paramount Pictures, which is slated to release the movie in March, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The studio is actively trying to pull the trailer down, according to an individual with knowledge of the leak.

The “Noah” trailer can be found by clicking here. [Update 5:20 p.m. The trailer has been removed]

Also Read: What's the Deal?: Darren Aronofsky Built ‘Noah’ – Get Onboard, Paramount

The trailer asks audiences to “rediscover the epic story of one man and the most remarkable event in our history.”

The trailer, which appears to have been pirated via iPhone, also features glimpses of the great flood, as well as a meteor shower.

Running 3 minutes and 18 seconds, the marketing spot is longer than your average theatrical trailer, indicating that it may not be finished yet.

Also Read: Russell Crowe Comes Aboard Darren Aronofsky's ‘Noah’

“Noah” has found itself at the center of controversy lately, as Paramount and Aronofsky are not seeing eye-to-eye following disappointing test screening results, according to multiple individuals close to the faith-based project.

  • Stuart W

    Whoops! Somebody “leaked” all over the trailer! Hope not a bad omen!

    • Anonymous Z

      Interesting that when it comes to spiritual or biblical movies many pick apart every possible flaw…(hence the big controversy with Mel Gibson's production with Passion of the Christ movie) Truth is, I've seen many of bad, screenplay in my time paid to go see, yet couldn't get my $$$ back after the credits flew across the screen!

  • Trisha G.

    I didn't realize Noah was so fat. Russell has really let himself go.

    • MimiB

      So… you know what Noah should look like? Wow. I'm impressed at your ability to visualize a “fictitious, metaphorical” character from a 2,000 year old fable. And from the images from the film I've seen, Russell looks tough and strong, not fat.

      • Robert Christopher Hayes

        You've also got to remember that, according to the Bible, he was no spring chicken at however many hundreds of years he was supposed to have been.

      • NoNonsense

        He hasn't been tough and strong since 2002. But that's okay, neither was Noah.

  • IronCity412

    Just when you thought things couldn't get worse for Paramount and the team behing Noah, this trailer leaks. It is rough, but really makes the movie look bad. If I didn't know any of the history, I would have thought this was for a Lifetime or USA network special. Not a tent pole feature film release.

    What the hell is going on at Paramount? The studio is imploding in front of our eyes.

  • GeoffreyDennis

    Looks fine. Looks better than fine. Certainly better than “The Passion.” Maybe the most interesting “Bible” film since the Last Temptation of Christ.

    • NoNonsense

      It looked like crap.

      • GeoffreyDennis

        With insightful observations like that, your talents are wasted on comment lines. Have you considered a job in the fast food industry?

  • ctgng

    I will never understand why people who don't believe in the Bible and have no faith in God make Biblically-based movies about faith in God.

  • danbloom

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    movie called NOAH by Darren Aronofsky