Fans of Dan Brown (and Tom Hanks) hoped to get an education in the Italian Renaissance along with their beach reading (and movie-going) of The Da Vinci Code. But they and those who think that Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello...Show More Summary
As a nation, we used to be really into codes and messages hidden inside of American symbolism, which turned Dan Brown?s 2003 novel The Da Vinci Code into a mega-bestseller. But now we?re totally into the government treating our privacy like garbage, so now Dan Brown's Digital Fortress is coming to TV. Don?t tell the government I said that about them. Click To Continue Reading
After producing the blockbusters The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment is re-teaming with best-selling author Dan Brown to adapt another one of his books, this time for the small screen. Show More Summary
Fred Armisen and Natasha Lyonne are reportedly dating – US Weekly Robin Williams turned down a huge Vegas offer before his death – TMZ Evan Peters cut his hair short! – Just Jared Jr Da Vinci Code sequel will begin shooting in April – Entertainment Weekly George Clooney is doing a bit of commercial work [...]
The next Da Vinci Code sequel will start filming in April, 2015, Deadline reports. We have Tom Hanks returning to star as Robert Langdon and Ron Howard back to direct. Weirdly, the studio's decided to skip one of Dan Brown's novels and adapt Inferno instead of The Lost Symbol. Is this a Freemason conspiracy?! (Spoiler alert: No. It isn't.) Read more...
Cameras are set to roll on Ron Howard's third big screen Dan Brown adaptation in April 2015, Deadline reports. Tom Hanks will reprise his The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons role of Professor Robert Langdon for Inferno, which has been given a tentative release date of December 18, 2015.
EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures and Imagine Entertainment have firmed an April start in Italy on Inferno, the third installment based on the Dan Brown novel series that began with The Da Vinci Code. The studio has closed its deals with TomShow More Summary
Slashgear writer Nate Swanner has drawn our attention to a very clever and useful new website. Hotel WiFi Test ranks the quality and speed of wireless broadband offered by major city hotels: The site works by travelers uploading their results, and a speed test can be done right from the site. Show More Summary
The Dan Brown of 1796? Some years ago, when everybody else was was reading it, I read Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. It was pretty ridiculous, but it had an uncanny ability to keep me turning the pages to … Continue reading ?
Ever since Chelsea Handler announced she was leaving Chelsea Lately and E! behind, it's been a Da Vinci Code mystery trying to figure out where she's headed next! Well, we finally have our answer; Chelsea is going to Netflix! Chelsea will not only host the Inter-network's first talk show, her deal also includes a standup special and [...]
ANNETTER YOSHIKO REED: "Muslim Gospel" Revealing the "Christian Truth" Excites the Da Vinci Code Set. Jesus Christ on a Cross: Not. This is an excellent and very detailed account of the very late, apocryphal, Islam-influenced Gospel of Barnabas. Show More Summary
A mysterious manuscript confiscated by Turkish police suggests it was Judas, not Jesus, who suffered crucifixion
This is some "Da Vinci Code" level trickery -- Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have set up TWO separate wedding venues (one at Versailles and one in Florence) and all signs are pointing to TWO DIFFERENT CEREMONIES... one tonight and one tomorrow.The…
One unfortunate thing that happens these days with historical fiction, such as Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code," is that some readers are unable to separate the history from the fiction, which does a disservice to both. The best historical...Show More Summary
With the help of Google Books and crowd sourcing, researchers say they’ve uncovered more than 1,000 items lifted from other authors in Dylan’s Chronicles. And that’s just the beginning.
From The Da Vinci Code to Forrest Gump, The Green Mile to Cloud Atlas, Tom Hanks has tackled a wide array of adaptations of beloved books. For his next venture in bringing literature to life, he's taking on A Hologram For the King and reteaming with Cloud Atlas co-helmer, Tom Tykwer. Show More Summary
Celebrate the upcoming premiere of "24: Live Another Day" and learn if Fox nearly bought the rights to "The Da Vinci Code" for the third season of "24."
"The Da Vinci Code" is no longer among Americans' favorite books but the Bible is still tops, according to a new Harris poll.
Hollywood can only make so many movies about well-educated people solving crazy mysteries that are adapted from successful novels, but it seems like Da Vinci Code director Ron Howard is going to save everyone else the trouble and just make all of them himself. Show More Summary
Gone Girl: A Novel by Gillian Flynn; The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown; L.A. Confidential by James Ellroy and The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammet are among Amazon’s list of 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime – the Mystery & Thriller Edition. The list was put together by Amazon Books’ editorial team. Show More Summary