Going Inside Noah’s Ark

Noah cinematographer Matthew Libatique revealed this image inside Noah’s Ark with snakes and alligator and tweeted the following (@MattyLibatique): “Pre lighting on the holiest day of the year.” It’s eerie and somewhat reminds me of Bosch. Here comes the flood…

Darren Aronofsky’s Noah (March 28, 2014) stars Russell Crowe, who has divine visions of the end of the world. He warns about the mistreatment of the Earth but is cast out into the wilderness. He enlists the aid of the six-armed, giant angels, The Watchers, to help.  Jennifer Connelly co-stars as Noah’s wife, Naameh; Anthony Hopkins plays Methuselah, Noah’s grandfather; Logan Lerman and Douglas Booth portray his sons, Ham and Shem; Emma Watson plays his adopted daughter, Ila; and Roy Winstone plays nemesis Tubal-cain.

Posted on by Bill Desowitz in Below the Line, Cinematography, Movies, Tech, VFX, Virtual Production

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