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The Marvel movie officially passed the $200 million mark while the Johnny Depp-starrer took in a mere $11 million in its first weekend.
Russell Crowe and Douglas Booth also attend the London screening along with 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' actor Hugh Jackman.
The film benefited from the controversy surrounding its biblical element, luring a respectable number of Christians, Catholic Latinos and African Americans.
The poem titled 'The Dove' was written by the 'Black Swan' director when he was in seventh grade and read by his former teacher in front of 'Noah' cast during the movie's premiere.
The 'Perks of Being a Wallflower' actress joins Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, and Ian Somerhalder among others.
The studio insists the alleged papal visit that reportedly would include director Darren Aronofsky 'was never scheduled.'
The 'Harry Potter' actress and her on-screen lover steam up the screen as they share a passionate kiss in the forest.
The Darren Aronofsky biblical movie is banned in some Muslim countries on religious grounds, while the Lars von Trier erotic drama is not allowed due to its explicit sex scenes.
The additional message that will be included in future marketings reminds viewers not to take Darren Aronofsky's movie literally.
The ad that debuts online is a precursor for a new trailer scheduled to be released during the football game on February 2.
The 'Gangster Squad' star joins Mark Margolis and Frank Langella who is also expected to play one of the angels.
The list goes from a classic monster terrorizing the world to a band of soldiers sent on a mission during Hilter's Third Reich to scientific theories about wormholes.