Originally Posted by Jig Saw 123
I'm wondering how he's going to tackle the mythological tale. Will he go The Fountain route and make it more 'realistic' with splashes of fantasy or will he pull some Del Toro move and have it set in a complete fantasty world.
I was thinking something similar. The supposed $130 million budget would seem to indicate a stronger possibility for the latter. I guess he's been given more of a leash after the box office success of Black Swan. What happened to the good old days of $60,000 for Pi and a relatively paltry $4.5 million for Requiem for a Dream? Noah could be interesting though. Maybe some sort of resignation of Job vs. curse the skies misotheism could make for some compelling drama within the flood context.