Percy Jackson is getting dirty. With his Iceland shoot concluded, Darren Aronofsky has taken to the majestic land known as Long Island to continue shooting his big-budget take on Noah. We got an official look at our lead Russell Crowe a few weeks ago, but now it’s time for some set photos. Featured below one can see a battered Logan Lerman in the role of Noah’s son Ham and his young wife Madison Davenport as Na’el.
We also get a look at our Black Swan director with his trusty scarf talking to Lerman, who just happens to be sitting in a chair that reveals our first logo treatment for the film. While that’s likely to change, it’s certainly nice to see Aronofsky hard at work on his biggest undertaking thus far. Check out the photos above and below thanks to OLV.
Co-written by Ari Handel and Aronofsky, the film portrays the titular Biblical hero as “a man who loves Earth and all of its animal inhabitants, but has become disillusioned with the way humans have treated their planet.” It is also said to focus on Noah’s alcoholic tendencies, but it won’t go the usual dark Aronofsky mile, as this time it will be a PG-13 journey.
Also starring Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Ray Winstone, Logan Lerman, Douglas Booth, Barry Sloane, Mark Margolis, Madison Davenport Kevin Durand, Marton Csokas, Dakota Goyo, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson and Arnar Dan, the film arrives on March 28th, 2014.
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