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Bei IESB gibt es Infos zu den Hauptcharakteren aus einem "Angels and Demons" Casting Call...
NAOMI Watts has scored a major role opposite Tom Hanks in "Angels and Demons," the prequel to the "The Da Vinci Code," which will also be directed by Ron Howard - but the production's start has been moved back due to the writers' strike. "It's been put off at least until February," said one insider. But the picture will get made, and the release date of spring 2009 hasn't been changed. Watts' rep did not return calls or e-mails for comment.
Sony's "Angels & Demons" has become the first major casualty of the ongoing writers strike.
Studio said Friday that it is postponing production on the Tom Hanks starrer, which is a prequel to last year's megahit "The Da Vinci Code." Sources said the script, which was penned by "Da Vinci" scribe Akiva Goldsman, was rushed to meet the WGA's Nov. 1 deadline for reaching a new contract with producers, and came in with insurmountable problems. Furthermore, no cast had signed on beyond Hanks.
The Vatican-set thriller was scheduled to begin shooting in February, with Ron Howard at the helm. Studio had set a Christmas 2008 release date.
"While the filmmakers and the studio feel the screenplay is very strong, we do not believe it is the fully realized production draft required of this ambitious project," a Sony spokesperson said. "At this time, there is no new start date for 'Angels & Demons,' but we are setting a release date of May 15, 2009, and are hopeful to deliver the movie worldwide to theaters on that date. We do not expect any other film on our 2008 slate to be affected."
Move is significant because it puts Hanks back in play to book one project before a potential SAG and DGA strike in June.
[...] yesterday, the Los Angeles Times published an article talking about how Akiva Goldsman is writing non-stop to finish the script for The Da Vinci Code sequel Angels & Demons before the writers strike is expected to happen on Nov. 1.
Now, Variety adds that Columbia Pictures has set a February start date for the film, again to be directed by Ron Howard for a December 19, 2008 release. The trade says the production has begun casting around Tom Hanks, who will reprise his role as Robert Langdon.
Hanks' character, a Harvard-based expert on religious symbols, this time sleuths a mystery that involves a secret society and a conspiracy that leads to Vatican City and threatens the future of the Catholic Church.
Dan Brown wrote "Angels & Demons" prior to "The Da Vinci Code," but after the first film grossed $218 million domestic and $758 million worldwide, the studio made a deal with Goldsman to turn the earlier novel into a sequel.
It looks like Sony’s Da Vinci Code sequel Angels & Demons is now moving ahead. According to one of our more reliable sources close to the project, Tom Hanks has been officially locked up to reprise his role as Dr. Robert Langdon in the followup.
Hanks has been in talks to do the film for awhile now, and apparently it took a really big paycheck to get him. Our scooper says it’s the "biggest salary ever paid to an actor in the history of Hollywood." I guess it doesn’t get much bigger than that does it? But The Da Vinci Code was a huge success for Sony Pictures, particularly internationally. If they have to pay him more than $50 million to get it back, it’s probably worth it. Nobody wants to see a Da Vinci Code sequel with replacement actors. Sorry Jeff Daniels, you won’t be getting a phone call.
Of course since our source for this story must remain anonymous, regard it simply as a solid rumor until Sony Pictures comes out with an official confirmation. But it looks like filming on Angels & Demons should start in July, with Hanks and his Euro-hair joining the already rumored supermodel Gisele Bundchen on the set. The script is by Akiva Goldsman and last we heard Ron Howard is supposed to be back as director. [...]
Deadline Hollywood meldet...
[...] I'm told that Akiva Goldsman, who adapted Dan Brown's worldwide bestseller into a $755.6 mil hit pic, is receiving $4 million for the Da Vinci Code sequel in the works by both Imagine Entertainment and Sony Pictures. Not only is that major moola, but agents are telling me this represents a new $$$ high for hiring a screenwriter -- and not even an original screenplay, but an adaptation of a book. And, no, Goldsman isn't getting a producer credit, so this is for straight scribbling. "That would be a lot for a pure writer's credit," one agent gushed. "It puts Akiva in the absolute top of his profession." (Actually, the first rumor I heard was an astounding $6 mil, but the truth is $2 mil less than that. As for whether the deal also includes gross points, dunno.) Anyway, this is great news for Hollywood screenwriters, who continue to get screwed left and right in the moviemaking process, notwithstanding the WGA's supposedly best but also glacial efforts to prevent that. The terrible news is that it's sad these bucks are going for the sequel to a movie which the critics roundly panned. Generally, the most in-demand screenwriters these days are getting between $2 mil and $2.5 mil per project. And Sony historically has been known to open its wallets a little wider for writers than most studios. "Bob Osher talks a tough game, but when Amy Pascal really wants something, she gets it," one source told me. The reason for the big score is that the studio wants the 2008-slotted sequel, like, yesterday, not only because the first movie did so well, but also because of the expected studio-WGA confrontations next year. Fortunately for Goldsman, when DVC came out, Sony already owned the rights to the Robert Langdon character. Not only is the Harvard symbologist the protagonist in Brown's Angels and Demons, but also featured in a new book the author is penning as we speak that takes off where Da Vinci Code leaves off. [...]
Heute erscheint "Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg" auf DVD !!!
Bei SpielbergFilms.com gibt es ein Interview mit Steven Spielberg...
Awalt: [...] I’m hoping I don’t get a lot of things wrong for you, since it’s important to me to convey to your fans what you’re doing and not get things wrong. There’s so much on the Internet that’s wrong about your work, like that rumor that you were going to do ‘Angels and Demons.’
Spielberg: Oh yeah, I read that on your website, and I didn’t even know I was doing it until I read your website, and then you debunked it in the same breath! Which I appreciate. Thank you. No one’s ever approached me to do ‘Angels and Demons,’ and if they did, I would say no.
Awalt: Why’s that?
Spielberg: Because it’s not my genre, not my thing! [...]
Blickpunkt:Film berichtet über die deutschen Kinocharts...
[...] Am vierten Wochenende der Fußballweltmeisterschaft ging es mit den Boxoffice-Zahlen in Deutschland noch einmal bergab: Etwa 350.000 Tickets wurden über das Wochenende gelöst - noch einmal etwa 40.000 weniger als in der Vorwoche. Aber "The Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg " schaffte es immerhn zum siebten Mal in Folge, den ersten Platz zu belegen. Dafür reichten allerdings lediglich 50.000 Besucher - noch nie war eine Nummer eins so schwach gewesen. Erneut gelang es keinem Neuling, auch nur halbwegs Interesse bei einer Öffentlichkeit zu finden, die sich vollends im Fußballtaumel befindet. [...]
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Am sechsten Wochenende sicherte sich "Da Vinci Code" als zweiter Film in diesem Jahr mit insgesamt mehr als fünf Mio. Besuchern binnen 50 Tagen einen Box Office Germany Award in Platin. Es ist die einzige gute Nachricht an einem der schwächsten Kinowochenenden in Deutschland überhaupt - das Deutschland-Achtelfinalspiel am Samstag in Kombination mit dem Sommerwetter sorgte dafür, dass die Häuser leer blieben und insgesamt nur etwa 400.000 Tickets gelöst wurden. "Da Vinci Code" hatte mit etwa 70.000 Besuchern zum sechsten Mal in Folge die Nase vorn - ein sensationeller Lauf. [...]
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[...] "The Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg" hält nach dem fünften Wochenende bei 198,5 Mio. Dollar und wird nach "X-Men: Der letzte Widerstand" der zweite Film in diesem Jahr sein, der die 200-Mio.-Dollar-Schallmauer durchbricht. [...]
Wie Blickpunkt:Film meldet, wurde in China "Da Vinci Code" aus dem Programm genommen...
[...] Die staatseigenen Vertriebe China Film und Huaxia Film Distribution nehmen den Film aus dem Kinoprogramm, um den Morgen startenden "Schutzmonat" für heimische Filme nicht in die Quere zu kommen. Im Jahr 2002 wurde dieses Zeitfenster eingeführt, damit sich heimische Filme ohne die Konkurrenz aus dem Ausland am Boxoffice behaupten können. [...]
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Auch an seinem dritten Wochenende hatte "Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg" die Nase vorn: Mit etwa 650.000 Besuchern schraubte der Blockbuster sein Gesamtergebnis am letzten Wochenende vor der WM auf mehr als vier Mio. Besucher. [...]
CS! berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] Sony's The Da Vinci Code, which had topped it the previous two weekends in North America. "Code" earned $19.3 million and has reached $172.7 million. [...]
Moviehole berichtet über das geplante Prequel "Angels & Demons", das hierzulande unter dem Titel "Illuminai" veröffentlicht wurde...
Tom Hanks will be back. Ron Howard will be back. That’s the plan anyway, for the "Da Vinci" prequel - say those with the cabbage.
"We are definitely planning to make this movie ["Angels & Demons"] with Ron Howard and Tom Hanks," Sony Pictures chief Amy Pascal tells Slate.com.
Rumours are swirling that Sony may be considering replacing Hanks with a younger male lead, being that a) "Angels and Demons" is set before the events of "The Da Vinci Code" and b) Hanks reads reviews, too.
Thing is, if Sony do decide to wait for Hanks and Howard, to do the film, they might be waiting for quite a while - both have pretty full schedules for the next couple of years.
Hanks will star opposite son Colin in "The Great Buck Howard", will headline Lawrence Kasdan’s "The Risk Pool", do a film with Julia Roberts called "Charlie Wilson’s War", and is attached to Mark Romanek’s "A Cold Case". All that, and not forgetting he’s got a voice to record for a certain "Toy Story" sequel, in the near future, too.
Howard, whilst not quite as booked, is still pretty busy. He’s currently prepping the film version of John Steinbeck’s "East of Eden", which he’s been tinkering away at for quite a spell now.
Variety reports that Sony's The Da Vinci Code grossed $90.9 million at 12,038 playdates overseas, while X-Men: The Last Stand bowed to $76.1 million at 8,543 engagements.
Declining only 40% from its record-setting opening, The Da Vinci Code had climbed $317.4 million internationally as of Sunday, representing 70% of the $463 million worldwide total. [...]
"The Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg" holte sich noch vor seinem zweiten Wochenende einen Silber-Bogey. In nur sieben Tagen sahen mehr als zwei Mio. Besucher die Bestseller-Verfilmung in den deutschen Kinos. Die Auszeichnung des Entertainment Media Verlags ist erst die zweite in diesem Jahr. Zuvor hatte sich nur "Ice Age 2 - Jetzt taut's" die Statue in Silber verdient.
Ron Howards Dan Brown-Adaption hatte sich mit 1,45 Mio. Zuschauern und einem Schnitt von 1676 Besuchern pro Kopie am Startwochenede einen Doppel-Bogey gesichert.
[...] Steven Spielberg is apparently being coaxed into directing the next instalment in the "Da Vinci Code" film series - likely to culminate with the tenth instalment, in which Langdon teams with Lara Croft to unravel the age-old mystery ‘Why the heck do people watch Desperate Housewives?’ - says Sky News, via JoBlo.com.
Now, why the heck would sir Spielrock wanna go and do something like that? If the film is as bad as the book, "Angels & Demons", he could find himself back in "Hook" territory - an expensive, over-bloated, boring mess.
Thankfully, SpielbergFilms.com believe it’s pretty safe to dismiss it as BS.
Says the site, "The rumor claims that Universal and DreamWorks Pictures have acquired the rights to author Dan Brown's best-selling prequel to "Da Vinci Code" in hopes that Steven Spielberg will direct it.
"Code" is currently embroiled in a long-standing claim that Brown filched research to draft his quasi-historical fiction, and those who are bringing the lawsuit against the book and film hope to get an injuction against Sony Pictures to keep "Code" out of theaters. [...]
A little more news, from Variety, on the "Da Vinci Code" prequel that Sony announced yesterday.
Seems Akiva Goldsman (who not only wrote the low-grade film version of "Da Vinci", but also "Batman & Robin", among other cinematic gems) has been asked back to write the screenplay for it. "Angels & Demons", that is.
The producing team of Brian Grazer and John Calley are expected to be back for the prequel, but no deals are in place for either Ron Howard or Tom Hanks to return as director, and star, respectively. [...]
CS! berichtet bereits über die geplante "Fortsetzung" in Form der Verfilmung von "Illuminati"...
With Sony Pictures' The Da Vinci Code earning a massive $224 million worldwide its first weekend, Times Online is reporting that the studio is already looking towards a possible follow-up.
According to Jeff Blake, vice chairman of Sony Pictures, the studio is hoping to bring another novel by Dan Brown, Angels and Demons, to the big screen:
Tom Hanks could return to star as the Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, who appeared in the book and will be the hero of Brown's next novel. Mr Blake said: "We are very interested in filming Angels and Demons. We hope that the relationship with Dan Brown will be a long one. That could be the next project."
Angels and Demons was the reclusive author's third novel after he gave up his job as an English teacher. It tells the story of Langdon's brush with a shadowy secret society, the Illuminati, and his frantic quest for the world's most powerful energy source, in the company of a beautiful Italian physicist whose father, a brilliant physicist, has been murdered. [...]
Despite the less than spectacular reception by critics and Catholics, the movie version of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, starring Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou, has grossed an estimated $30.17 million its opening day in 3,735 theatres according to ShowBIZ Data. If that number sticks, it will enter the Top 10 for opening day grosses just ahead of Star Wars: Episode II, which opened on a Thursday roughly four years ago. Depending on how well it sticks up to that opening day number, The Da Vinci Code could end up grossing between $84 and 88 million over the weekend. [...]
Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Capone...
[...] seeing The Da Vinci Code made me appreciate Kevin Costner's acting a lot more, specifically in JFK. In that film, Costner plays a largely unremarkable man who is surrounded by a legion of far more interesting characters, but without Costner's ability to read lines and be a stable force in the film, the other characters would have nothing to revolve around. Tom Hanks doesn't have that power, at least not here.
I don't know whether it's a flaw in his performance, in the writing, or in the direction, but he seems to fade into the woodwork too often in this film. He is strangely unremarkable (even with his long flowing man-locks) and ultimately the blame rests on his shoulders for sinking this film. And this might be the film's great revelation. Most of the remaining cast is solid, but when your support beam is weak, the whole structure comes crashing down.
Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Moriarty...
[...]I admire the intent of the film. As an idea, it’s engaging, a literate thriller that ties in real-life masterworks of art with long-discussed theories about the origins of the Catholic Church and the nature of Jesus Christ, and in the right hands, it might have been fairly potent stuff. Incendiary, even. But Dan Brown’s book was very much lightweight airport fare, and Akiva Goldsman has made a fairly startling mistake in adapting it. Instead of embracing the giddy, trashy side of the book and playing it as giddy, trashy adventure, Goldsman took the book seriously and has crafted a ponderous, slow-motion thriller without thrills, an inaction movie of sorts. Robert Langdon, played by a profoundly-stranded Tom Hanks, is one of the most passive heroes I’ve ever seen in a movie like this. He barely participates in the events. It gets so bad that I started to expect that we’d see him carrying a camera to film the events, since there’s no other real purpose to his being part of things. [...]
Heute startet "The Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg" in den deutschen Kinos... Und bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik...
[...] I did enjoy the film and probably would have liked it more if I hadn't read the book. This movie is exactly what it needs to be to make a lot of cash at the box office. Solid, dependable, at times exciting though never risky, daring or even controversial enough to prove great. Go see, but don't expect too much.
Bei CS! gibt es Infos zum Eurostar-Rekord...
Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Ian McKellen...
Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zum "The Da Vinci Code - Sakrileg" Soundtrack von Hans Zimmer...
Bei CS! gibt es das finale Filmposter...
Bei CS! gibt es eine umfangreiche Bildergalerie...
Die "Da Vinci Code" Quest on Google ist gestartet... Und die Offizielle Website bietet ein paar Ausschnitte im Flash-Format...
Bei CS! gibt es ein neues "Da Vinci Code" Teaser-Poster...
Der finale "The Da Vinci Code" Trailer ist online !!!
Die Offizielle Website bietet im Segment "Video Clips" den "TV Spot 1"...
Bei Latino Review gibt es ein "Da Vinci Code" Teaser-Poster...
Bei CS! gibt es neue Bilder...
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Die starbesetzte Verfilmung des Bestsellers "Sakrileg" von Dan Brown wird die 59. Filmfestspiele in Cannes eröffnen. Ron Howards "The Da Vinci Code" erzählt die Geschichte eines amerikanischen Symbologen, der das Geheimnis der Mona Lisa entschlüsselt. Neben Hollywood-Star Tom Hanks spielen u.a. Audrey Tautou, Jean Reno, Sir Ian McKellen, Paul Bettany und Alfred Molina mit.
Bei DH gibt es mehrere Szenenbilder...
Bei Newsweek gibt es einen Bericht über die Dreharbeiten, inkl. neuer Bilder...
[...] For inspiration, Howard has revisited classic thrillers with spiritual elements, such as "The Exorcist" and "Rosemary's Baby," as well as movies in which action springs from conversation, as in "All the President's Men." His goal is to duplicate the experience of reading the book - no small task, considering that Brown's tale unfolds in real time over the course of 20 hours and - that the movie will run less than three. Plenty will be omitted, but Howard insists nothing dear has been lost. He's made a believer out of Brown. "The novelist is always the adaptation's most skeptical audience," the press-shy author said in a statement to Newsweek, "but I think this movie will blow people away. I truly believe moviegoers will come out of the theater feeling like they've just watched the novel." [...]
Bei Apple.com gibt es den "The Da Vinci Code" Trailer !!!
Bei PaulBettany.net gibt es ein Setbild von Silas... Und CBSnews.com präsentiert Audrey Tatou und Tom Hanks...
The Herald meldet...
TOM Hanks and Ron Howard will appear on set at a fifteenth-century church in Scotland this morning to begin filming scenes for the £53m film adaptation of The Da Vinci Code.
Hanks, who plays the lead character in the film version of Dan Brown's best-selling novel, and Howard, the director, were expected at the tiny Rosslyn Chapel, in Roslin, Midlothian.
Howard, who flew into Edinburgh yesterday, said he was "really excited" as he prepared to film the scenes that mark the climax of the story about the search for the Holy Grail. [...]
BBC News meldet, dass im September in der Rosslyn Chapel nahe Edinburgh gedreht wird...
What is The Da Vinci Code hat einen ausführlichen Setbericht veröffentlicht...
CS! bietet einen weiteren Setbericht...
Bei CS! gibt es einen weiteren Setbericht, inkl. Bilder von Tom Hanks...
Bei CS! gibt es einen exklusiven Setbericht...
[...] Filming began late on Wednesday at the Ritz hotel in central Paris, according to Le Parisien newspaper.
It was to continue all night on Thursday at the nearby famous Louvre, where the Mona Lisa is kept, for the novel's opening scene in which the museum's fatally wounded director leaves a cryptic message for Langdon.v
Hanks, Howard and their team will also be taking the camera to Britain for several location shoots, although officials there have refused to make Westminster Abbey available to recreate an important scene because the book's premise was considered theologically unsound.
What is The Da Vinci Code hat ein Bild von Paul Bettany mit gebleichten Haaren veröffentlicht: Der neue "Silas"-Look !?!
Cindy Pearlman schreibt...
He is the man who cracked "The Da Vinci Code." "Mr and Mrs. Smith's" Oscar-winning screenwriter Akiva Goldsman has turned the huge best seller into a film script. "We're doing the final polish of the script as we speak," says Goldsman, who calls from New York, where his laptop is turned off for a minute. Once he hits the "on" button again, he'll be working on the final lines for the movie version of Dan Brown's best-selling book.
The film, which stars Tom Hanks and will be directed by Ron Howard, begins shooting sometime later this summer in Paris and London. "It's funny that this project started with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer calling and saying, 'Hey, want to turn this book into a movie? It's some little deal of a book." The book, of course, became a runaway hit. "When I started writing the movie, the book hadn't exploded yet. I had just read what I thought was a really compelling novel that turned into one of the most well-read books in history," says the scribe.
Producers of Columbia Pictures' The Da Vinci Code, based on Dan Brown's bestselling and controversial book, were not allowed to film in Britain's Westminster Abbey after church officials denounced the book as "theologically unsound."
According to Reuters, 940-year-old London Abbey, where British monarchs are crowned, features in the international murder mystery by U.S. author Dan Brown which has been condemned by the Vatican and Anglican Church leaders for distorting the Christian message.
The novel alleges Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had children, whereas Christians are taught that Christ never married and was childless when he was crucified.
"Although a real page turner, 'The Da Vinci code' is theologically unsound and we cannot commend or endorse the contentious and wayward religious and historic suggestions made in the book -- nor its views of Christianity and the New Testament," the Abbey said in a statement.
"It would therefore be inappropriate to film scenes from the book here."
Last week officials at Lincoln Cathedral in eastern England said they had agreed to allow their building to be used by the makers of the forthcoming film [...]
Ron Howard's looking to ol' pals to fill the roles left in "The Da Vinci Code".
Paul Bettany, who co-starred in Howard's "A Beautiful Mind", will play the albino fanatic, Silas, in the movie, says Variety.
The role of Silas had previously been linked to funnyman Jim Carrey and more recently, "Doctor Who" star Christopher Eccleston. [...]
Tom Hanks will be among Hollywood stars heading to Lincoln Cathedral this summer to shoot a film adaptation of The Da Vinci Code.
Producers of the multimillion-dollar film have signed a deal, said to be worth £100,000, to use the building as a double for London's Westminster Abbey. [...]
The Louvre Museum in Paris, scene of a murder in the novel, has also been given permission for filming to take place there when shooting begins on June 30.
Production crews will be in Lincoln for two weeks in the summer. Filming will centre around the Chapter House, Cloisters and Nave.
Cathedral chief executive Roy Bentham said Lincoln and another unnamed British cathedral have been chosen for the film, which is expected to open next May. [...]
Heute um 22.20 Uhr zeigt Pro7 ein einstündiges "Galileo Spezial": Hat Leonardo da Vinci in Florenz heimlich Leichen seziert? Hat das Universalgenie das Leichentuch Christi gefälscht? Und gibt sein Bild "Das letzte Abendmahl" Aufschluss über das bestgehütete Gehemnis des Christentums? Aiman Abdallah geht auf Spurensuche in Florenz, Mailand und Rom...
Bei Apple.com gibt es den "The Da Vinci Code" Teaser-Trailer !!!
The Z Review hat ein Poster veröffentlicht...
Laut M&C Movies wird Christopher Eccleston die Rolle des Silas übernehmen... Und Sir Ian McKellen schreibt unter McKellen.com...
[...] there is to be a film and with Ron Howard directing and Tom Hanks starring all will be well and exciting too. I am thrilled to be working with them both for the first time. An extra delight is that this Hollywood studio movie is being filmed in Europe and for most of the shooting this summer, I shall be able to live at home in London. I start rehearsing at Shepperton Studios on May 3rd.
The Z Review meldet...
French actress Julie Delpy is talking with producer Brian Glazer and director Ron Howard about starring opposite Tom Hanks in The Da Vinci Code adaptation. She is up for the role of Parisian cryptologist Sophie Neveu who helps Hanks' character - Harvard professor Robert Langdon - find the Holy Grail. "I don't know what their idea for it is," Delpy said, "or if I am right for it. The character is French, in her 30s and has a shade of red in her hair. I can become a redhead!" John Calley produces from a script by A Beautiful Mind scribe Akiva Goldsman. Filming will begin next year in London and Paris where they will be able to film the exterior of The Louvre. [...]
Latino Review sprach mit dem Produzenten Brian Grazer über die Verfilmung...
[...] "We want to be true to the audience. It’s fiction and we just want to be true to the audience and the readers, the very loyal readers of The DaVinci Code." [...]
"We’re going to make it really tense and we’ll probably beef up the action and the way we use scale will offer a lot of power to the movie." [...]
The Z Review meldet...
Huge stars George Clooney, Russell Crowe, Tom Hanks and Hugh Jackman are all possible contenders for the lead [...]
The Z Review meldet...
Ron Howard, Brian Grazer and Akiva Goldsman, the Oscar-winning trio from A Beautiful Mind, are re-teaming to make The Da Vinci Code. Goldsman will
adapt the bestselling novel by Dan Brown. Grazer will produce and Howard
will direct the film after finishing work on the Russell Crowe starrer
Cinderella Man. [...]
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