Super Bowl XLVIII: TV Spot for Noah Has Arrived (Video)

Russell Crowe as Noah in the upcoming film "Noah." Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures

Russell Crowe as Noah in the upcoming film “Noah.”
Photo Credit: Paramount Pictures

It seems as if today is shaping up to be a good day in terms of reveals. We have already seen the release of the Super Bowl Spot for the upcoming film Draft Day starring Kevin Costner. Now, the good people at Paramount Pictures have given us our first look at the TV Spot that will air during the big game for their upcoming film Noah.

As you can imagine, the film tells a tale that we have all heard in some way, shape, or form before. However, this film tells the tale in a rather unique manner.

Just in case you haven’t heard anything about the film up to this point, here is the official synopsis for the film courtesy of

The Biblical Noah suffers visions of an apocalyptic deluge and takes measures to protect his family from the coming flood.”

As I have said in the past, with everything that I have seen up to this point, I am interested to see this on the big screen. While the tale hasn’t changed much, the trailers show a slightly different approach to the tale. Also, the visuals look simply fantastic.

Well, enough chatter. Here is a look at the Super Bowl XLVIII spot for the upcoming film Noah.


The film is being directed by Darren Aronofsky, who most notably directed both Black Swan and The Wrestler. Russell Crowe will take on the iconic role of Noah himself. Noah also stars Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Jennifer Connolly, Anthony Hopkins, and many more.

Noah is scheduled to be released in theaters on March 28, 2014.

Topics: Movies, Noah, Super Bowl XLVIII

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