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Why Tom Hanks And Ron Howard Skipped Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol On The Way to Inferno

I was able to sit down with Tom Hanks in Florence, Italy to discuss Inferno and his work on this fast-moving franchise, and when it comes to The Lost Symbol, here's what he told me.
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