Update: Watch the full-length trailer here.
Yes, the inanity of releasing teasers for trailers is not lost on us, but when it comes to the first official footage of one of our most-anticipated titles, we’re willing to fall for it. Today brings the debut look at Darren Aronofsky‘s biblical epic Noah, which arrives in theaters in just over four months.
Comprised of 18 seconds, only a pair of doves are seen when it comes to animals, but we get a look at some timelapse footage, as well as our lead character and the construction of his massive ark. Ahead of the trailer debut tomorrow, check out the look below, along with the first poster and two more teases, for the film starring Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Ray Winstone and Logan Lerman.
Update: Check out an extended preview below, ahead of the trailer.
Also starring Douglas Booth, Barry Sloane, Kevin Durand, Marton Csokas, Dakota Goyo, Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson, Mark Margolis and Arnar Dan, Noah arrives on March 28th, 2014
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