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Coming off the Oscar-winning Black Swan, director Darren Aronofsky could have done anything, so after dropping The Wolverine, he decided to build an ark. He’s currently shooting Noah, the Biblical tale of a man who builds an ark to save life on Earth after receiving a message from God. Russell Crowe plays the title role but he’s joined by Logan Lerman, Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Emma Watson and Anthony Hopkins. It’s scheduled for release March 28, 2014 and after the jump you can see some new set photos.

Noah is currently filming on Long Island according to On Location Vacations.

The first four images are the new ones featuring some cool looks at the costumes, the director himself (with a possible title treatment), Logan Lerman and new addition Madison Davenport.

The final two images are from July at the same location and reveal what On Location Vacations believes could only be Noah’s ark itself, especially when you look at this image tweeted by Aronofsky.

Looking at these images, it’s obvious Aronofsky is going for something truly massive with this production. Earlier this summer, Hitfix ran an article and described it as exactly that:

Sure, the basic broad strokes of the story are pretty evident. Noah (Russell Crowe) hears the voice of God warning him that the world cannot be allowed to survive in the corrupted, ruined form Noah sees around him. It is a violent, freaky, scary world that Aronofsky and his co-writer Ari Handel have created….There is a sincerity from the very first page that will make it hard for people to argue with Aronofsky’s intent here. He’s written this as a serious look at our place on this planet and our rights as citizens of the world. I think it would be hard to pin this version of the story down to any one faith, and in shaking off the dusty respectability of the accepted version of the story, Aronofsky and Handler may have actually found a way to give it a stronger thematic resonance than I would have imagined.

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