First Look At 'Noah' Super Bowl Spot (Video)
The biblical blockbuster starring Russell Crowe will be flooding onto TV screens during the big game Sunday.
The latest highly anticipated Super Bowl spot to hit the web features Russell Crowe's upcoming blockbuster Noah, which is expected to be as epic as the big game itself.
With fears of flooding, blizzards and even a polar vortex hitting MetLife Stadium in New Jersey during the NFL's first cold weather Super Bowl, the millions of viewers watching from home also will get hit by a violent storm.
While the trailer was initially released in November, this longer segment set to air during the game Feb. 2 features new scenes from director Darren Aronofsky's biblical drama, co-starring Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Jennifer Connelly.
"A great flood is coming," announces Crowe as Noah. "The storm can't be stopped, but it can be survived."
Featuring apocalyptic flood scenes and images of widespread destruction, the 35-second clip will no doubt capture the attention of even the most die-hard Denver Broncos or Seattle Seahawks fans during Super Bowl XVIII.
"Is this the end of everything?" asks Watson; Crowe replies stoically, "This is the beginning of everything."
Fans are invited to tweet #TheFloodIsComing for a chance to win tickets to upcoming sporting events and follow @NoahMovie.
Noah opens in theaters and IMAX on March 28.
Watch the full clip below:
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