THE DA VINCI CODE

Genre: THRILLER / MYSTERY

Release Dates: MAY 19, 2006

Trailers:

DA VINCI CODE FILM CLIPS
The Da Vinci Code – "The Pursuit"
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The Da Vinci Code – "The Vitruvian Man"
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The Da Vinci Code – "Cryptex"
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The Da Vinci Code – "The Last Supper"
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Quicktime Teaser (Various Sizes)

Official Websites: thedavincicode-themovie.com

Taglines:

So Dark The Con of Man

Seek The Truth

Seek the truth, seek the codes

Production Company: Imagine Entertainment

Synopsis:
A murder in the Louvre and clues in Da Vinci paintings lead to the discovery of a religious mystery protected by a secret society for two thousand years. One that could shake the foundations of Christianity.

Crew: Ron Howard (director); Dan Brown (wrote novel); Akiva Goldsman (screenplay); John Calley and Brian Grazer (producers)

Cast: Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon, Ian McKellen as Sir Leigh Teabing, Alfred Molina as Bishop Aringarosa, Jean Reno as Bezu Fache and Audrey Tautou as Sophie Neveu

Studio: Columbia Pictures

Other Info:

NEWS
April 27, 2006// Writer/poet Martin Goldberg today announced the launch of
www.Leonardoscode57.com, a website inspired by the internationally bestselling book and upcoming major motion picture The Da Vinci Code. The website launch also commemorates the 554th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday, which passes each year on April 15.

Goldberg, 48, has read about 500 non-fiction books in the last 15 years covering topics from ancient philosophy and history to modern astronomy and physics. For Goldberg, one book stands out among the rest: The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.

"The Da Vinci Code is a classic work of pulp fiction," Goldberg said. "While many criticize Mr. Brown, one Da Vinci Code fact is certain – this pulp fiction novel has entertained and informed millions of people worldwide, causing many to consider these mysteries for the first time and think about their faith for themselves."

The centerpiece of Goldberg’s site is the 26-stanza poem he penned that addresses various subjects made popular worldwide by The Da Vinci Code. A second poem posted on the site offers a clever and entertaining take on the upcoming movie.

Film Fetish trivia:
The film crew was granted permission tp shoot inside the Louvre museum in France.

Russell Crowe was originally considered for the role of Robert Langdon in the movie.

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