Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who should be in fantasy lineups or on benches for a Week 16 AFC clash. Fantasy owners know what’s at stake at this point of the season, and when the Browns take on the Chargers, there are lots of volatile options that won’t sit well in the nervous stomachs of those competing for fantasy league championships. Show More Summary
Assassin’s Creed, the latest tentpole hoping to transform a mega-popular video game franchise into a mega-popular film one, isn’t trying to be a Dan Brown adaptation. But when it sketches a centuries-old rivalry between devious Knights...Show More Summary
by Eli Sanders Subscribe to the podcast FOR FREE by clicking right here! Can Dan Savage say something nice about Jill Stein now that she’s leading a recount charge in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania? And why does Sydney Brownstone...Show More Summary
Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who should be in fantasy lineups or on benches for Week 10’s Thursday night matchup. To the fantasy owners who survived 12 teams going on bye over the course of Week 8 and Week 9, good news – help is on the way. Show More Summary
Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who should be in fantasy lineups or on benches for what could turn into a lopsided contest. Bye week hell continues in Week 9 with six more teams on byes. And you thought it couldn’t have been worse than Week 8?...Show More Summary
In September, Anchor Books released a movie-tie-in edition of Dan Brown’s 2013 best-seller “Inferno,” to accompany Ron Howard’s adaptation of the novel, which came out in theatres last weekend. “Inferno,” the movie, grossed just fifteen...Show More Summary
Submitted by Jonathan Newman via The Mises Institute, Inferno is a great thriller, featuring Tom Hanks reprising his role as Professor Robert Langdon. The previous movie adaptations of Dan Brown’s books (Angels and Demons and The DaShow More Summary
j“Inferno,” the latest big screen tour through Dan Brown’s historical conspiracy theories, flamed out at the weekend box office, earning a frosty $15 million. That’s a fraction of the $46.2 million that “Angels & Demons,” the previous...Show More Summary
Patterns and signs play a major role in Dan Brown's inexplicably popular pseudo-symbological pulp thrillers, but none are as fascinating as the significance of the following number to the film adaptation of his books: 31.
Tom Hanks and Ron Howard's latest Dan Brown adaptation, Inferno, went up in flames at the weekend box office, handing Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween a surprise victory. Perry's latest Madea movie remained No. 1 for the second straight week, reports the AP, topping the North American box office...
The latest Dan Brown adaptation finished second with $15 million.
Man, did this quickly become the franchise no one wanted! With an estimated $15 million over the weekend, according to Exhibitor Relations, "Inferno" the third screen adaptation of a Dan Brown novel, which started with "The Da VinciShow More Summary
By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES, Oct 30 (Variety.com) - This is how a franchise ends. "Inferno," the latest big screen tour through Dan Brown's historical conspiracy theories, flamed out at the weekend box office, earning a frosty $15 million. Show More Summary
Director Ron Howard’s “Inferno” — the third installment in Sony’s franchise based on author Dan Brown’s bestselling series that kicked off with “The Da Vinci Code” — came into this weekend with predictions it would easily claim the top spot at the box office. In the end, however, the film had...
Tom Hanks's third film in the Dan Brown series placed second this weekend to the second weekend of Tyler Perry's 'Boo! A Madea Halloween'.
This week in theaters we have only one new wide release, and that's Ron Howard's "Inferno", the latest adaptation of a Dan Brown novel. In limited release we have a bunch of... For more, visit our blog !
The new Dan Brown adaptation, "Inferno", is now in theaters, and Sony has released a huge collection of clips, featurettes, images and posters for the film. Tom Hanks returns as Harvard... For more, visit our blog !
Langdon and Dr. Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones) are racing the clock to unearth a man-made plague that threatens half of the planet's population... and the way the movie handles the resolution is VERY different from the way it's concluded in the book.
Capone says that, despite its great cast, INFERNO's point has him puzzled Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. Can we be honest? Ron Howard’s adaptations of author Dan Brown’s ongoing chronicles of symbologist (or whatever his job title is) Robert Langdon were never particularly good. Show More Summary