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According to this article in The Hollywood Reporter, and many other articles that we could find, the movie will be released in 3D in international markets only:
In an attempt to mop up in overseas markets, Paramount Pictures is preparing a 3D version of Darren Aronofsky’s epic Noah to release in 65 foreign countries, including Russia, all of South America and most of continental Europe. The film will be released on Imax in 32 of those markets.
The studio is hopeful that overseas audiences will respond to the effects-laden production, which includes the spectacle of the flood, some supernatural elements and a cast of computer-generated animals.
According to an insider, Noah will be released exclusively in 2D in the U.S, the U.K., Australia and France, where Paramount believes the audience will respond to "the combination of the pedigree of the director and the cast and the dramatic elements of the story."
If you see a theater in the U.S. advertising the movie in 3D, it's very likely a mistake. We are trying to get the problem corrected (or get confirmation that they are actually playing the 3D version somehow), but until then, please be confident that they are showing Noah or Noah: The IMAX Experience instead.
The movie opens on Friday, March 28th, 2014. You can find all the information we have for the movie, including the plot summary, cast listing, photos, trailers & videos, and more, on the Movie Information page.
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