Such was The Da Vinci Code, people believe descendants of Atlanteans and Lemurians still inhabit this Earth. Some create giant Greek statues. Others develop a variety of arithmetic, or Scientology, maybe. But Dosh & Ghostband? They've really locked down "Produce Section" on the pre-society ripe.
Ron Howard doesn't do sequels. The director has been hard at work in the film industry for decades, and he has been cranking out original works year after year, from Splash and Ransom to A Beautiful Mind and In The Heart of the Sea. But every couple of years,...
I wasn't the greatest fan of the first two Dan Brown movies. Maybe there was too much expectation around the movie version of a blockbuster book, all featuring Tom Hanks, but it didn't really pan out. Years after The Da Vinci Code and Angels...Show More Summary
It’s been a decade since The Da Vinci Code hit theaters and seven years since the same team adapted Angels & Demons and it’s a little surprising just how little director Ron Howard‘s adaptations of author Dan Brown’s art history-themed airport thrillers have remained in pop culture consciousness. Show More Summary
“The world’s greatest mind is facing his greatest challenge.” So touts the first full trailer for Inferno, again starring Tom Hanks as symbologist/humanity savior Robert Langdon. He’s the unlikely action hero created by Dan Brown, and...Show More Summary
Leonardo Da Vinci. (Photo: Public Domain) Dan Brown, who gave us tomes like The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, and words like "symbologist," is donating €300,000, or around $337,500, to a Dutch library with a vast collection of books...Show More Summary
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BBC News reports that author Dan Brown—like his contemporary, James Patterson—is getting into the business of children’s literature, a natural evolution from writing adult books with chapter-ending cliffhangers and dialogue like, “Is it a secret you will die for?” What’s more, Brown doesn’t even have to write a new book. Show More Summary
The release date has been scheduled for September 13.
Released in 2003, Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code was nothing short of a literary phenomenon. It has sold, according to publisher Penguin Random House, 82 million copies worldwide and spawned a blockbuster Hollywood adaptation starring Tom Hanks. Show More Summary
Tom Hanks is a force to be reckoned with as an actor, bringing his passion to bear on any project and making blockbusters out of films that might not otherwise do as well at the box offices. While 2006’s The Da Vinci Code might have been a big hit with another prominent actor in place... Show More Summary
Robert Langdon is back. The Da Vinci Code's Dan Brown wrote a book about a secret riddle related to Dante's Inferno and Tom Hanks is back to star in the movie version. Oh yes. Confession: The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons are two of my favorite guilty pleasure movies. Show More Summary
Would you pull the switch if it meant saving humanity? The choice is yours. #InfernoMovie pic.twitter.com/iaGRdEtOew — InfernoMovie (@infernothemovie) May 8, 2016 It’s been over a year since renowned symbology professor Robert Langdon—the...Show More Summary
The “Da Vinci Code” series of books/films by Dan Brown are not exactly my favorite pieces of literature, to put it mildly. However, I recognize that they’re wildly popular and, in their own way, have inspired people to look a little deeper into art and history and all the mysteries both have to hide. Now […]
Go to hell, Tom Hanks! That's a sentence we'll bet you thought you'd never read! But we mean it as more of a "go get 'em" in this case, because in the third installment in the Da Vinci Code franchise, that's exactly what the nicest guy in Hollywood is exploring! Photos: Tom Hanks Is Tweeting Pictures Of Random [...]
Sony Pictures released a new trailer for Inferno, the third film adaptation from Dan Brown’s series of history based thrillers. At the very least, you probably know his most famous work, The Da Vinci Code. I don’t mean to be rude when I phrase it those terms — Brown was, at his peak, one of the […]
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The first look at Inferno is here, and it looks like it will definitely be a bit of a nail-biter. After blowing fans away with The Da Vinci Code in 2006 and Angels & Demons in 2009, Tom Hanks is back as thrill seeker Robert Langdon in Inferno, the third installment in the series. Show More Summary
Midway through the journey of his life, Tom Hanks has found himself in a dark forest full of Dan Brown movies. Hanks is playing The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons' Robert Langdon once again — though thankfully with a shorter haircut — in Inferno, which moves to Florence ... More »
Sony Pictures has released the two posters for the hotly-anticipated sequel INFERNO, the fourth novel in Brown's popular series. THE DA VINCI CODE hit the big screen in 2006, followed by 2009's ANGEL'S & DEMONS. THE LOST SYMBOL is the third book in the series, but it's being skipped for some reason. Show More Summary