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Angels and Demons: Information Overload

Angels and Demons reunites Tom Hanks and Ron Howard for another Dan Brown adaptation. While Brown's book was a prequel to the author's best-selling The Da Vinci Code, this installment in the movie franchise is set up as a sequel. The Da Vinci Code received awful reviews when it debuted, mostly due to its excruciatingly slow pace. It then went on to earn a gazillion dollars, proving there's an appetite for escapist movies involving Vatican conspiracy theories.
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This time around, Dan Brown hero is Vatican ally

Entertainment : Fan Fare (5 years ago)

After exposing a Church cover-up in "The Da Vinci Code," symbologist Robert Langdon returns to the big screen as an unlikely Vatican ally in the latest movie adaptation of a novel by author Dan Brown. "Angels & Demons," again starri... Read Post

Box Office Preview: 'Angels & Demons' prays for a weekend win

Entertainment : Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider (5 years ago)

Angels & Demons, the second film from the pedigreed partnership of Tom Hanks, Ron Howard, and mega-bestselling author Dan Brown, comes barreling into theaters around the world tomorrow. Yet, the movie that was once considered a shoo... Read Post

Watch, Pass, TiVo or Rent: Angels and Demons

Entertainment : BuzzSugar (5 years ago)

Though Dan Brown's book Angels and Demons is a prequel to his bestseller The Da Vinci Code, the film adaptation was developed as a sequel. In the movie, which opens this Friday, Tom Hanks reprises his role as Harvard symbologist Rob... Read Post


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