It's 10 years since The Da Vinci Code was first published, which coincides with the publication of The Camelot Code and the return of Phil the Shelf to BBC Radio Wales.
#212 - Week of November 20, 2013 Millions of Lines of Code, Compared - [wow, visualization] Great Vintage Map: Mountains and Rivers - [wow pic] Incredible Piano from Leonardo da Vinci - [fascinating] Finally! Brewing Beer as simple as...Show More Summary
After a long and successful career as a screenwriter, working on everything from major feature films like The Da Vinci Code and I Am Legend to 19 episodes of Fringe, Akiva Goldsman has spent the last couple of years working on making his feature directorial debut: an adaptation of the Mark Helprin novel Winter's Tale. Show More Summary
After name-checking The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure, Castle takes its historical mystery sendoff in the proper direction: Raiders of the Lost Ark. “Get A Clue” has ancient treasure, a masked man with a saber and an awkward fruitarian. Guess which one Castle is the least excited about? The Players: Director: Holly Dale Writer: Christine [...]
Are Castle and Beckett living a real-life "National Treasure"/"Da Vinci Code"/"Indiana Jones" mash-up? Find out in this "Get a Clue" recap.
Sean McLachlan Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland has been the center of conspiracy theories for at least a century before Dan Brown wrote it up in The Da Vinci Code. This private chapel less than an hour's drive from Edinburgh has an interior...Show More Summary
Everyone put away all your bulletin boards devoted to cracking the code of Miley Cyrus' VMAs performance. There's a new conspiracy theory in town, and it needs our attention. More » This Photo Of Robin Thicke Grabbing A Girl’s Butt Is The New Da Vinci Code is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
Also: a fire extinguisher; a new ride; a cable subscription; some uncensored reading material (like, say, The Da Vinci Code); an art restoration specialist (are statues supposed to just dance around like that?); and maybe some sort of home-security system. They're all good on champagne, though. The spooky consequences of... More »
Warning: Spoiler Alert below the jump. If you haven't read 'Inferno' yet, don;t read below the jump, I'm going to give away the plot and ending. I recently finished reading Dan Brown's (author of The Da Vinci Code) newest book 'Inferno.' As a casual reader of the book, I found...
The Da Vinci Code and A Beautiful Mind star Paul Bettany is set to make his directing debut with an upcoming project from Voltage Pictures and BiFrost Pictures titled Shelter. It was revealed today that both Jennifer Connelly (who is...Show More Summary
Leonardo da Vinci's famed "The Last Supper" has officially been desecrated by the Lord... Disick, that is... and the whole Kardashian family.Question is -- can you crack the code?
Inferno the film adaptation of Dan Brown’s novel will team up director Ron Howard and Tom Hanks. The film is part of the Da Vinci Code series, which also included Angels and Demons both of which have Hanks playing the main character Robert Langdon. Show More Summary
Tom Hanks and Ron Howard will reunite for Inferno, Dan Brown’s latest novel to follow the adventures of Robert Langdon. Hanks previously played the role of Langdon in Sony’s The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. Inferno is the … Continue reading ?
Dan Brown writes books faster than Ron Howard can make movies. The filmmaker was at one point planning — alongside a hundred other projects — to make The Lost Symbol as a third installment of the Robert Langdon Da Vinci Code series with...Show More Summary
Although it was reported back in 2011 that Ron Howard had grown weary of making Da Vinci Code movies, finally exhausted by the tedium of tracing patterns, it seems Sony has now hit upon the mystical, numerological formula of just skipping the third book and going straight to the fourth one. Show More Summary
After teaming up to adapt Dan Brown's internationally best-selling mystery adventure novels The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, director Ron Howard and actor Tom Hanks will bring symbologist Robert Langdon back for more action with an adaptation of Inferno, which Sony Pictures has already slated for release on December 18th 2015.. Show More Summary
In May, Dan Brown released Inferno, the fourth book in his Robert Langdon series, and now, as these things go, it is in development to become a movie. Sony, who released The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, has given the film a December 18, 2015, release date. This... More »
Inferno, the latest novel to follow the adventures of Robert Langdon (played by Tom Hanks in The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons ), is heading to the big screen. Sony Pictures has dated the film for December 18, 2015 with David Koepp adapting the screenplay, Deadline reports. The book itself marks the fourth novel to follow Langdon. Show More Summary
BREAKING…Inferno was released in May and is the latest Robert Langdon book written by The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons author Dan Brown. Sony, which has film rights to the entire Brown franchise, has just set a December 18, 2015 release date for it. Show More Summary
While the "Da Vinci Code" was fiction, in the real world, science allowed researchers to pull hidden secrets from other legendary paintings. Check out ten amazing codes supposedly found in paintings.