No human being is perfect, but Tom Hanks comes pretty close. While in Florence, Italy, to promote his latest film in the Da Vinci Code franchise with director Ron Howard, Inferno, the actor and wedding crasher hopped in a video with YouTube filmmakers Wesley Chan and Philip Wang, who had one simple request for him: recite his rap from Big. Show More Summary
As if Kingdom Hearts fans didn’t have enough to worry about without this Da Vinci Code nonsense. Kingdom Hearts fans have been waiting forever for Kingdom Hearts 3, and they’ll go on waiting if the history of Square Enix and director Tetsuya Nomura are anything to judge by. It hasn’t been totally dead since the […]
It’s the Da Vinci Code continuation you never asked for, starring an actress from the Star Wars prequel you maybe ALWAYS wanted but are a little afraid is going to be terrible (Rogue One). Read More...
With next month’s Inferno, Ron Howard and Tom Hanks will have adapted three of the four existing novels in Dan Brown‘s Robert Langdon series, which hit peak popularity 2003’s The Da Vinci Code. But lest you worry they’ll run out of material,...Show More Summary
Doubleday to Publish New Dan Brown Novel in 2017 Dan Brown, author of international bestsellers including Inferno, Angels & Demons, and The Da Vinci Code, will publish a new book, Origin, in 2017. The next entry in Brown’s series of thrillers featuring Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, Origin will publish in the U.S. Show More Summary
Dan Brown, the best-selling author of "The Da Vinci Code" and "Angels & Demons" is bringing his hero Robert Langdon back. “Origin” will be published in 2017 by Doubleday. It will be Brown's fifth novel featuring Langdon, a Harvard professor of "symbology" with a knack for uncovering vast religious...
“The Bestseller Code,” a new book in which Jodie Archer and Matthew L. Jockers present an algorithm for detecting the sales potential of other books, has, not surprisingly, a commercially canny title. “The Da Vinci Code,” after all, has sold more than eighty million copies. Show More Summary
Is it a clue?! (Photo: Timothy Vollmer/CC BY 2.0) In news that might be a plot point from a Da Vinci Code sequel, a Washington, D.C. Joan of Arc’s sword has been stolen. As NBC Washington is reporting, a statue of the famous warriorShow More Summary
What do Fifty Shades of Grey, The Da Vinci Code, and Gone Girl have in common? Write your own blockbuster with the secrets of The Bestseller Code.
Are the secrets surrounding 'The Da Vinci Code' juicier than the secrets contained within? No. But they might be more entertaining. Column by Peter Derk Let's start this off with an admission of guilt: I decided on this column because...Show More Summary
Tom Hanks’s Inferno will enter the Indian market two weeks before its debut in the United States, according to the Hindustan Times. This is the third adaptation of Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code series about Robert Langdon and this time Indians get the chance to see the film before anybody else. Show More Summary
We all loved the Da Vinci Code, but did you ever wish that the book itself was as exciting as the puzzles written about inside? This crazy, brilliant Codex Silenda book makes that happen - in order to read it, you solve a puzzle before you can turn to the next page. [...]
Forgetfulness is so in right now. We’ve already done the “amnesiac hero” thing twice this summer, with Jason Bourne and Finding Dory, and the trend will extend into this fall with Inferno. The third film in the Da Vinci Code series brings...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Entertainment, IMAX Corporation, and Imagine Entertainment today announced that INFERNO, the latest film in the Dan Brown (DA VINCI CODE) franchise, will be digitally re-mastered into the immersive IMAX format. The film,...Show More Summary
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