Quit acting like it's the Da Vinci Code of intellect.
Felicity Jones has officially joined the cast of Tom Hanks‘ upcoming Robert Langdon movie Inferno, based on the best-selling book by Dan Brown. Inferno is the fourth book in the franchise after Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code, and The Lost Symbol, the latter of which was not made into a film. Also joining [...]
Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan and Sidse Babett Knudsen join Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones in 'Inferno', which starts production this April. [...]
And they have a complete cast.
Back in December, the lovely Oscar-nominated Felicity Jones was revealed to join Tom Hanks for Inferno, an adaptation of another Dan Brown-penned adventure featuring symbologist Robert Langdon from The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. Show More Summary
Sony and Columbia Pictures’ Inferno, the latest in the lucrative movie franchise based on the Dan Brown books that started with The Da Vinci Code, has added a trio of international stars to its cast: Omar Sy, star of the French hit The...Show More Summary
Ron Howard‘s film Inferno, which is his third adaptation of a Dan Brown novel following The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, has been formally announced by Sony. With that announcement comes the supporting cast lineup, and Felicity...Show More Summary
Find out who'll be joining Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones in the October 14, 2016 release The post Cast Revealed for The Da Vinci Code Sequel Inferno! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Tom Hanks was punched so hard by Paul Bettany during the filming for The Da Vinci Code that he farted. Let me just repeat that sentence so you can all devour it again. Tom Hanks was punched so hard by Paul Bettany that he farted. Paul...Show More Summary
I spent this past New Year's week in Paris. Besides taking advantage of the sights and celebrations of the City of Lights, I was there in do some research on a spoofy novel I'm writing that leans heavily on "The Da Vinci Code." I had pictures taken in obvious mocking poses next to the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, the Eiffel Tower and Versailles. Show More Summary
Printerinks.com has created an infographic exploring “Banned Books Though History,” which highlights famous banned books throughout history. The graphic spans from The Bible to The Da Vinci Code, revealing where and when each of theShow More Summary
JC week concludes with a Ron Howard potboiler.
From The Last Tradition Romans 12:19(KJV) Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.
Felicity Jones is in early talks to play Sienna Brooks, a doctor who helps Tom Hanks' Robert Langdon recover his memory in 'Inferno'. [...]
Felicity Jones, the lovely British actress that can currently be seen in the Oscar-bait film on the life of Stephen Hawking The Theory of Everything may be joining the cast of Ron Howard's Inferno. The film will be Howard's third film based on Dan Brown's series of novels that began with 2006's The Da Vinci Code. Show More Summary
Paul Bettany is one of those actors who you totally recognize but whose name you probably can’t always remember. He’s had roles in a bunch of blockbuster movies, including Iron Man 1, 2, and 3, The Da Vinci Code, and The Avengers. And he’s married to Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Connelly. Show More Summary
The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown will present this year’s Penguin Annual Lecture. His talk will focus on “codes, science, and religion.” Brown (pictured, via) will give his speech for both the Penguin Random House and Penguin Random House India teams. Show More Summary
Hyperconnected pontificator Thomas Friedman's column this weekend was one long extended metaphor purporting to explain the threatening nature of the Islamic State. Like The Da Vinci Code, his theory has a hidden, stupid secret. Read more...
Tom Hanks returns to play Robert Langdon in director Ron Howard's 'Inferno', which has been pushed nearly a year by Sony Pictures. [...]
For a time, The Da Vinci Code looked like it was going to touch off a fairly steady stream of sequels through both the filmed and printed medium, especially with the continued yet limited success that Angels And Demons brought to the franchise. Show More Summary