The news that Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon had his season-long suspension reduced to 10 games, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, via Dan Hanzus of NFL.com, should have fantasy football owners running to the waiverShow More Summary
As a nation, we used to be really into codes and messages hidden inside of American symbolism, which turned Dan Brown?s 2003 novel The Da Vinci Code into a mega-bestseller. But now we?re totally into the government treating our privacy like garbage, so now Dan Brown's Digital Fortress is coming to TV. Don?t tell the government I said that about them. Click To Continue Reading
Dan Brown‘s best-selling novel “Digital Fortress” is being turned into a television series and it just landed a put pilot commitment from ABC! Here is a synopsis of the book via Deadline: The story is “a sexy cat-and-mouse game between a Snowden-esque character that is threatening to release all of the government’s secrets to the [...]
After producing the blockbusters The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment is re-teaming with best-selling author Dan Brown to adapt another one of his books, this time for the small screen. Show More Summary
Dan Hodges hits the nail on the head with his blog in The Telegraph because the sudden emergence of Gordon Brown as a 'leading figure' serves only to highlight how completely ineffective Labour has been during the referendum campaign. Show More Summary
I read recently that Dan Brown’s book Inferno has been optioned for a film. Brown is most famous for The DaVinci Code that was subsequently made into a film by Ron Howard starring Tom Hanks as Brown’s character Robert Langdon. I’m not a big Brown enthusiast, but I bought Inferno. I needed something to read, […]
Sony Pictures and Imagine Entertainment are teaming up to adapt Inferno by Dan Brown. According to USA Today, this novel was the bestselling book of 2013. The movie studios will be skipping over the third installment of this popularShow More Summary
With Ron Howard‘s ever-busy schedule, many fans surely wondered when he was going to shoot Inferno. Based on the best-seller by Dan Brown, the film will mark the third time he and Oscar-winner Tom Hanks bring Brown’s work to life. Last...Show More Summary
Not too long ago, Dan Brown's Robert Langdon series of books was the toast of Hollywood and the best seller list. With The DaVinci Code bringing in a boatload in 2006 and Angels And Demons making a more modest success of itself, theShow More Summary
Tom Hanks and director Ron Howard will reteam next year for 'Inferno', the duo's third film adaptation of author Dan Brown's Robert Langdon novels.
Tom Hanks is in a pretty good place these days: beloved the world over, producing television movies and miniseries… Read More
The next Da Vinci Code sequel will start filming in April, 2015, Deadline reports. We have Tom Hanks returning to star as Robert Langdon and Ron Howard back to direct. Weirdly, the studio's decided to skip one of Dan Brown's novels and adapt Inferno instead of The Lost Symbol. Is this a Freemason conspiracy?! (Spoiler alert: No. It isn't.) Read more...
Tom Hanks and Ron Howard are reuniting once more for novelist Dan Brown. Sony Pictures and Imagine Entertainment have announced plans to begin shooting Inferno, the fourth novel in Brown's popular series, in April. Hanks will reprise his role as Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon. Show More Summary
Tom Hanks reprises his role as symbologist Robert Langdon in director Ron Howard's adaptation of the Dan Brown novel 'Inferno'. [...]
Over a year ago, news surfaced that Sony Pictures was going to round up director Ron Howard and star Tom Hanks to adapt Dan Brown's novel Inferno, the latest book in the series featuring symbologist Robert Langdon. Hanks played the character...Show More Summary
Cameras are set to roll on Ron Howard's third big screen Dan Brown adaptation in April 2015, Deadline reports. Tom Hanks will reprise his The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons role of Professor Robert Langdon for Inferno, which has been given a tentative release date of December 18, 2015.
EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures and Imagine Entertainment have firmed an April start in Italy on Inferno, the third installment based on the Dan Brown novel series that began with The Da Vinci Code. The studio has closed its deals with TomShow More Summary
Yesterday, Dan reported that Scott Brown is within two points of incumbent Democratic Senator Jeanne Sheehan in the New Hampshire Senate race. He...
By John Greenfield In the second week of August, two funny men who loved bicycles passed away. One was comedian Robin Williams, who once said cycling saved his life by helping him quit drugs in the wake of his friend John Belushi’s overdose. The other was Dan Brown, a mainstay of the Chicago bike advocacy […]