Hollywood is skipping part 3 of Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code series for a season in hell in the 4th installment “Inferno.” Tom Hanks will revive his role as Harvard professor Robert Langdon, and Ron Howard will direct the third film in the series, which is actually the fourth novel.
The Da Vinci Code grossed $758 million and its follow-up grossed $486 million in worldwide ticket sales. Dan Brown’s 3rd book, The Lost Symbol, was passed up for a film version due to its emphasis on U.S. locations and Masonic conspiracy theories. The Inferno brings Langdon to Italy, where he is to protect the world from a madman inspired by Dante’s Inferno.
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