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I'd say that this order was prescribed by The Da Vinci Code (the book)'s high success. While Dan Brown might have been regarded as a best-selling author even before The Da Vinci Code, this book was a major success world-wide and gathered an attention much higher than Angels & Demons or any of his previous books did, I think. So it was just a matter of ...


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It doesn't really matter. First of all, as you have correctly noticed, the films were made in a different order than the books (not only was Angels & Demons filmed after Da Vinci Code, they also jumped over The Lost Symbol, as explained in this related question). So this on the one hand means, the books themselves don't really build extensively onto ...


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You are right that there is a bit more to it, however, not a deep foreshadowing either, but just a little friendly joke (for lack of a better term). First of all, the Camerlengo doesn't specifically talk about the shirt's size, what he actually says is Would it surprise you to find those clothes suit you? So he says the clothes generally suit him. And ...


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The scene in question is on YouTube "0:24 - canister being handled, no apparent movement of the anti-matter" "4:51 - Static closeup of canister, with anti-matter movment" In an earlier part of the scene, someone is attempting to defuse one of the containers and you can see a glowing blue blob inside the ...


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Apart from the already existing answers mentioning the books, the watch is also adressed a little more in Inferno, the third film in the series. During Robert's kidnapping at the beginning of the story he loses his watch on the street (but gets it back at the end). When he notices that he's missing it in Sienna's apartment, he mentions that it's quite ...


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