Los Angeles — Emma Watson was no believer.
She just couldn't see Black Swan director Darren
Aronofsky telling the biblical story of Noah.
"Darren does these very dark, very intense, very
gritty, very real films," the Harry Potter actress
explained. "And then Noah is kind of — you see this
guy with the long beard and there's the animals. ...
You can't really picture it."
Then the 23-year-old Watson read the script by
Aronofsky and Ari Handel.
"I think it's a really original take on a genre, on a
story, on an idea," noted Watson, who portays
Noah's adopted daughter Ila.
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