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Noah talks about building the ark in first “Noah” clip

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The first clip from the upcoming film, Noah, has been released. In the clip, Noah (played by Russell Crowe) talks to his wife (played by Jennifer Connolly) and their two young children about how he was chosen to save the innocent and that they will build the ark to do so.

Noah has been getting some attention as it’s raising red flags due to it’s controversial nature. Normally, when this story has been done, it has been done with enough respect to the Bible. This movie is going to be grittier and will show the things that we don’t usually see (like the people fighting back). It should be interesting to see how this all plays out.

Noah stars Crowe, Connolly, Emma Watson, and Logan Lerman and is set to premiere on March 28th.

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