This has all the makings of a paperback Dan Brown thriller you start on a flight to JFK and only get 40 pages into because you left it on your flight to JFK. The true heir to the British crown could actually be a gay ex-Mormon from Salt Lake City, reports say. Charles, William and [...]
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Director Ron Howard explains why they adapted Inferno instead of Dan Brown‘s The Lost Symbol. An update on the Deadpool 2 script. The track titles for the Star Trek Beyond score are now available. Blake Lively comments on a Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 3. 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
Sony’s Inferno, the third film in its Dan Brown franchise, will be released in Imax when it hits theaters on Oct. 28. Tom Hanks reprises his role as Dr. Robert Langdon and Ron Howard returns to the director’s chair after delivering The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, both of which have grossed $1.2 billion worldwide. Show More Summary
The story for this movie comes from Dan Brown’s 2013 novel; this book is the fourth installment of the Robert Langdon series.
Get a sneak peek at "Death of X" variants by David Nakayama and Kevin Wada, "Ultimates" #9 art by Kenneth Rocafort and Dan Brown, and more.
In what has essentially become a more deadly, less entertaining version of National Treasure, the adaptations of Dan Brown‘s book series following symbologist Robert Langdon continues this fall with Inferno. Back in the lead role isShow More Summary
Earlier today, Ron Howard jumped on the phone to talk Inferno, the movie's new trailer, and his work on Dan Brown's books, in general. And over the course of our conversation, I asked him why they skipped over The Lost Symbol, a Robert Langdon mystery set in Washington, D.C.,...
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
"Human lives are at stake, I just want to know that I'm on the right side." Sony has unveiled another full trailer for the new Dan Brown adaptation Inferno, once again directed by Ron Howard, and once again starring Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon. Show More Summary
Dan Brown and Ron Howard are a match made in Hollywood heaven. The best-selling author pens insanely paced thrillers that sprint through culture and history, led by famed symbologist Robert Langdon (played by two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks).
“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
In a year of underperforming sequels, can a third Dan Brown movie cash in on "big movies for adults" nostalgia?
New Bengals linebacker Karlos Dansby told SiriusXM NFL Radio Wednesday that he’d like to see his former Browns teammate, safety Donte Whitner, join him in Cincinnati and said he’s tried to recruit Whitner to the Bengals. At 34, Dansby knew he was too old and too expensive to stick around during the latest Browns revamp,…
The Cleveland Cavaliers have invited former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar to ride in Wednesday’s parade celebrating the Cavs’ NBA championship, Kosar told ESPN Tuesday. The invitation was extended by Cavs owner Dan Gilbert and team CEO Len Komoroski. Wednesday’s parade has been a long time coming; the Cavs brought home Cleveland’s first major sports title…
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
Bestselling author Dan Brown has donated €300,000 to a library in The Netherlands in order to fund the preservation of its ancient texts.
The papacy is one of those institutions that is endlessly fascinating — blame Rex Harrison and Charlton Heston, for those of a certain age, or maybe Dan Brown. Regardless of our religious backgrounds or belief systems, we tend to take note not only of what the pope says and does, but what he wears,...