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Catch a glimpse of the ark being constructed for 'Noah'

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It looks like Darren Aronofsky is going all out for his Biblical epic Noah, at least if photographer Dan Wagner's pictures are anything to go by. It's hard to judge scale initially, but going by Wagner's reaction it must be pretty damn big. “To see it in person, and know there’s no CGI involved, was incredible," he said after what I'm assuming was a life changing experience. Or not.

It's one helluva a set piece, I'll give Aronofsky that. If the rest of the movie is going to be on this scale, I'm sure it'll be a spectacle if nothing else. He certainly has the requisite number of snakes needed to make an awesome film.

[via Vulture]

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