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You know the story. God tells guy about forthcoming rain, guy builds big boat, everyone laughs, guy fills boat with animals, forgets about unicorns. We're pretty sure that's how it goes...

The new trailer for Darren Aronofsky's Noah has splashed in, adding further watery epicness to yesterday's poster reveal. Russell Crowe stars as the titular boat builder, with a supporting cast of Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Jennifer Connelly.

When Noah starts seeing prophetic visions of an apocalyptic deluge he sets about on a plan to protect his loved ones. For spoilers, skip to Genesis chapters 5-9.



Noah is due for release on 28 March 2014

(Image: Rex)

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