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In March 2001, he helped write the screenplay to the horror film Below , which he also produced.  In April 2001, Aronofsky entered negotiations with Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow to direct a then-untitled science fiction film, with Brad Pitt in the lead role.  In June 2001, actress Cate Blanchett entered talks to join the film,  which Aronofsky, wanting the title to remain secret, had given the working title of The Last Man .  Production was postponed to wait for a pregnant Blanchett to give birth to her child in December 2001. Production was ultimately set for late October 2002 in Queensland and Sydney. By now officially titled The Fountain , the film had a budget of $70 million, co-financed by Warner Bros. and New Regency , which had filled the gap after Village Roadshow withdrew.  Pitt left the project seven weeks before the first day of shooting, halting production.  In February 2004, Warner Bros. resurrected it on a $35 million budget with Hugh Jackman in the lead role.  In August, actress Rachel Weisz filled the vacancy left by Blanchett.  The Fountain was released on November 22, 2006, a day before the American Thanksgiving holiday; ultimately it grossed $15,978,422 in theaters worldwide.  Audiences and critics were divided in their responses to it.   
As for competitions, that is the point of having tested and untested federations. I would agree that enhanced athletes shouldnt compete against naturals. Just look at the Olympics. PED use is tampant, its just sneakier. Its not fair and there is a lot of pressure to use them, even for people who dont want to. But thats the difference between them being banned or not. In a federation that accepts steroid use, naturals can compete against naturals. In a federation that condemns them, naturals have no choice but to compete against PED-users.