Noah's Ark did not float around the world while it rained day and night and finally come to rest on Mount Ararat in modern Turkey. It sank and you can go visit it's rusting hull in Oyster Bay New York.
The NY Daily News is reporting that the set for the upcoming movie about Noah's Ark was severely damaged by Sandy the superstorm. It appears that God may have met his match.
Noah’s Ark may have been sunk by a modern day storm of biblical proportions.
The replica of the Old Testament boat to be used in filming of Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” may have been severely damaged at its Oyster Bay, Long Island, set by Hurricane Sandy, a source close to the production told the Hollywood Reporter.
“There are so many fallen trees [blocking the roads], we can’t get any confirmation [of its condition] yet,” said the source.
Thankfully, Russell Crowe is still safe and photographers were able to make their way through the storm devastation to bring us a picture of him in
I would have thought Crowe gave up doing seafaring films after Master and Commander.