In pop culture, conspiracy believers -- like FBI agent Fox Mulder on The X Files or professor Robert Langdon in The Da Vinci Code -- tend to reject the notion of coincidence or chance; even the most random-seeming events are thought to result from some sort of intention or design. Show More Summary
If you enjoyed “Sideways,” the wine movie that swept the nation in 2004, and you crave another book with the fast-paced thrill of the “Da Vinci Code,” then David Baker’s “Vintage” is for you. This quick-paced novel follows our bumbling...Show More Summary
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Trudging up the aisle just now, at the conclusion of the crazy little 3D widescreen hard-core Gaspar Noe film called "Love," my thoughts turned from porno guitar chords to "The Da Vinci Code."
BIBLE HISTORY DAILY: TV Series “Dig” Delivers Drama. New archaeology TV show captures the excitement of discovering the Biblical world (Ellen White).The archaeology TV show is to Biblical archaeology what Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code is to church history. Show More Summary
Check out Howard's behind the scenes pictures from production The post Production Begins on Ron Howard’s Da Vinci Code Sequel, Inferno appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
“Da Vinci Code” fans and foes will want to tune into the Hallmark Channel this Sunday morning. From the press release:
Kid #1, looking at the Mona Lisa on Da Vinci Code poster: Hey, look! It’s her again! Kid #2: Who is this lady? She’s everywhere! –Downtown 1 train Overheard by: d.grace
After the jump: The Transporter: Refueled gets pushed back to fall Rings sucks in Aimee Teegarden of Friday Night Lights Ron Howard preps the Da Vinci Code sequel in Florence Paul Blart is “2 Blart 2 Furious” in a new trailer James Bond...Show More Summary
Ron Howard has posted behind-the-scenes photos as he prepares to shoot the Robert Langdon adventure 'Inferno' in Florence, Italy. [...]
All I wanted was something lightweight and undemanding. The Da Vinci Code was both of these. However, as I compulsively turned the page to discover what incredible nonsense might happen to Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu next—incredible but gripping—I could not help noticing that the book was exceptionally poorly written. Show More Summary
The newest film in the Da Vinci Code franchise is set to shoot this year and is casting up! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with some more catch up on today's news! The next big piece is that the villain has been cast in the new Robert Langdon adaptation, INFERNO. Show More Summary
Director Ron Howard is about to lock in the perfect actor to play the villain in Inferno, the latest film based on the works of Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown. Ben Foster is in talks to play Bertrand Zobrist, a super-rich scientist who...Show More Summary
Ben Foster is in talks to play a villainous scientist who plans to unleash a deadly virus in Ron Howard and Tom Hanks' adaptation 'Inferno'. [...]
Joining Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan and Sidse Babett Knudsen The post Ben Foster Boards Da Vinci Code Sequel Inferno appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Actors Anne Heche and Jason Isaacs join TODAY to talk about their new thriller series, “Dig,” which Heche describes as “‘Da Vinci Code’ meets ‘Homeland.’”
If you've spent any time thinking about a chivalric order lately, dollars to doughnuts it's the Knights Templar, the sworn protectors of Jesus' secret bloodline in Dan Brown's daffy Da Vinci Code mythology. The visitor to Malta, however, is soon introduced to a different band of warrior-monks, the Knights of the Order of St. Show More Summary
Relive all 10 Season 2 episodes of 'Da Vinci Code' with our Blu-ray giveaway, to get caught up before Season 3 debuts on Starz. [...]
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Quit acting like it's the Da Vinci Code of intellect.