The Never Let Me Go director was on the short list before passing on this superhero sequel starring Hugh Jackman.
The Black Swan director dropped out of The Wolverine and is now tackling the biblical tale as his next project.
The short list has been narrowed for the Hugh Jackman mutant sequel, with candidates that include Doug Liman, Antoine Fuqua, and Justin Lin.
The Black Swan director is also being considered for the Warner Bros. Moses project.
Darren Aronofsky is in talks to direct this sci-fi tale about a cryogenically-frozen man who wakes up to a world where humans are pets.
The star of this upcoming Marvel one-off promises that that project isn't dead, just stalled until they can replace Darren Aronofsky with a worthy successor.
There is no shortlist of potential candidates at this point, and the recent earthquake in Japan may stall things further.
20th Century Fox is now on the hunt for a new director as Aronofsky departs due to custody issues with his son after his recent divorce from Rachel Weisz.
This project is based on the true story of a college basketball recruit who falls into the drug underworld after his playing days are over.
The Black Swan director offers further details on why he is excited to start work on this upcoming Marvel mutant one-off.
The director of The Wolverine discusses his plans to turn the Book of Genesis into his next big screen project.
A new 5 minute featurette explores the directing style of Darren Aronofsky and the making of one of this year's best Picture nominees.
The director of The Wolverine reveals that he may turn his discarded Batman reboot into the next installment of the franchise.
Darren Aronofsky, David Fincher, Tom Hooper, Christopher Nolan and David O. Russell are all up for Outstanding Directorial Achievement.
The actor gets help from The Rock in bulking up for his return as the iconic X-Men mutant.
Though the planned remake disappeared after MGM's financial troubles, the Black Swan director still wants to make it happen.
The Hugh Jackman action movie will begin production in April 2011.
The director describes the sequel as a one-off.
Black Swan co-writer Mark Heyman will adapt this Max Berry novel about a man who replaces his body parts with titanium upgrades.