The Super Bowl is this weekend which means that advertisers and movie studios will be rolling out their premiere commercials and trailers to get their year started out right. For movie studios, this means either debuting trailers for the first time or debuting the best version of trailers that have already been debuted.
Darren Aronofsky’s Noah wasn’t originally slated to be on the Super Bowl trailer docket but has been a late addition to the party. Paramount debuted the trailer that will be shown during the Super Bowl on Wednesday night.
Here’s a quick synopsis of the movie in case you need a refresher:
The Biblical Noah suffers visions of an apocalyptic deluge and takes measures to protect his family from the coming flood.
The production has had it’s problems, with Aronofsky reportedly being furious at Paramount over the changes they want to make to his film. At the end of the day though, the trailer is debuting during the Super Bowl which means things must be on track enough for the film to meet it’s original release date.
Noah will be hitting theaters later in 2014 and the trailer will be officially debuted on FOX during the Super Bowl this Sunday.
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