"Noah" on Track to Be the Biggest Opening of Russell Crowe's Career

You mean it wasn't "Romper Stomper"?

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Predictably, Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic Noah has gotten criticism from religious types, but that isn't deterring moviegoers. After a $15.2 million Friday opening, it's on track to be the biggest opening of star Russell Crowe's career. Paramount expected it would hit $33 million, but it looks like it'll rake in close to $44 million this weekend.

On the other hand, Arnold Schwarzeneggar's Sabotage will most likely be his worst opening since Red Sonja in 1985. That movie co-starred Flava Flav ex Brigitte Nielsen, so, do with that what you will.

Noah also stars Emma Watson, Anthony Hopkins and Jennifer Connolly

[via Collider]

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