Today as the film version of Dan Brown’s novel Inferno opens, starring Tom Hanks fresh off his Saturday Night Live performance, I’m revisiting my post from January 9, 2014. Here’s hoping a geneticist consulted on
In 2006, “The Da Vinci Code” made people angry before they’d even seen it: Catholics, albinos, fans of the Dan Brown airport novel who were preemptively riled up in expectation of Ron Howard’s film version not doing it justice. The 2009...Show More Summary
Although they’re written like garbage, Dan Brown’s Langdon novels have always seemed like they would make fun movies: National Treasure meets Foucault’s Pendulum in an old point-and-click game. They’re all about Robert Langdon, a famous...Show More Summary
CNET asks Ron Howard: Are tech entrepreneurs the Dantes of today?
This third Dan Brown adaptation isn't quite "divine," but it is goofy fun.
Tom Hanks is on his third adventure as Dan Brown's globetrotting symbologist.
Ron Howard's latest Dan Brown adaptation hits theaters this Friday, October 28 The post CS Video: Inferno Stars Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
When I was given the opportunity to speak with Tom Hanks about the Dan Brown series, and the latest chapter Inferno, he explained that these sequels are anything but a given, and it's always a conversation about whether it's worth mounting a sequel to bring Langdon back to the big...
Already, director Ron Howard is seeing a bump at the B.O. with his third Dan Brown feature adaptation, and the film hasn’t even opened yet in the U.S./Canada. As Nancy Tartaglione reported today, Inferno has been playing in 58 offshore markets where it’s racked up $100M over the last two weeks. Show More Summary
Ahead of its domestic debut, Sony threequel Inferno has crossed the $100M mark at the international box office. The cume after beginning release less than two weeks ago is $100.28M. The thriller based on Dan Brown’s eponymous book debuted...Show More Summary
There's only one movie on the docket this week, and it's the return of Tom Hanks in another Robert Landgon/ Dan Brown affair. Forgive me if I don't sound too excited. This week it's just Inferno hitting the box office, and...
SNL picked the safe route this week by inviting Tom Hanks to the Studio 8H stage. The actor, who you can see in Sully in theaters and soon another Dan Brown adaptation, was as jovial as ever. Musical guest Lady Gaga channels Dolly Parton, classic rock, and Stevie Nicks. See how it all went down […]
Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who should be in fantasy lineups or on benches for Sunday’s AFC North battle. Fantasy owners have much to consider after a week of carnage knocked out a few mainstays in leagues of all formats. Additionally, with...Show More Summary
Inferno is the latest film adaptation of Dan Brown’s mysteries, all of which features professor turned sleuth Robert Langdon, and, as Inferno nears its theatrical premiere in the United States, the film’s leads, Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones, are opening up about the project. Show More Summary
Author Dan Brown and director Ron Howard talk next week's Robert Langdon adventure The post CS Video: Watch Our Inferno Red Carpet Interviews appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
It sounds like something out of a Dan Brown book, but it isn't: The whole internet is protected by seven highly protected keys, in the hands of 14 people. And in a few days, they are going to hold a historic ritual known as the Root...Show More Summary
I was able to sit down with Tom Hanks in Florence, Italy to discuss Inferno and his work on this fast-moving franchise, and when it comes to The Lost Symbol, here's what he told me.
Refresh for latest… The big addition to international markets this weekend was Sony's Inferno with a $50M start in 53 markets. The Ron Howard-helmed threequel adapted from Dan Brown's 2013 book bowed to No. 1 in 45 and is the top movie worldwide this frame. Show More Summary
Dan Ciarrocchi reviews who needs to be in fantasy lineups or benches for a matchup between two run-heavy offenses. Whether it’s injuries, bye weeks, or a hot waiver wire claim that muddles fantasy lineups, the factors which fantasy owners have to consider before hitting the submit button are always present and rarely uncomplicated. Show More Summary
Let no one say Felicity Jones does not put family first. Before we see her take the lead in "Rogue One," Jones will stand side-by-side with Tom Hanks in the Dan Brown novel adaptation "Inferno." Ron Howard directed "Inferno, and revealed...Show More Summary