This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Jennifer Connelly, left, and Russell Crowe in a scene from "Noah." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Niko Tavernise)
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China has refused to approve the release of biblical epic "Noah" starring Russell Crowe, which has already been banned in a string of Muslim countries for religious reasons, industry sources said.The LA Times cited a source who suggested "Noah" may also have been refused a Chinese release for commercial reasons, because several other Hollywood blockbusters are due out there in the coming weeks.Foreign films are limited to 34 releases a year in China. "Noah" has grossed $99 million in six weeks since its release in the United States, according to box office tracker Exhibitor Relations.
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