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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.
People see Noah as a mad man rather than a true prophet when he warns them about the judgment day.
A premonition of the doomsday, a mission to build a massive ship, and an angry community are all teased in the leaked video.
While admitting that 'this is a long and collaborative process,' Aronofsky's rep insists the director and the studio 'are working together to make the best version of his movie that they can.'
The Paramount Pictures biblical movie, directed by 'Black Swan' helmer Darren Aronofsky, will be released on March 28, 2014.
The filming of the biblical pic is postponed on Monday, October 29 since the storm threatens to destroy the colossal boat Aronofsky has built in Oyster Bay, New York.
Portraying the ark builder's 'nemesis' Tubal-cain, Winstone is snapped on the set sporting bloody face and injured leg makeups.
Watson is seen clad in full costume as Ila when arriving on the set in Brookville, New York, joined by Russell Crowe, Jennifer Conelly and Douglas Booth.