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Watching order for the Dan Brown films?

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 ...
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What are the main differences between Dan Brown's 'Inferno' novel and Ron Howard's adaptation?

There are many differences between the movie and the book: In the book, the person who finds Robert Langdon and Sienna in the Church where Dante was baptized is a man named Jonathan Ferris, who ...
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Why change the ending of Inferno from the novel?

In a nutshell, the ending in the book was too drawn out and "wasn't cinematic" in terms of keeping the audience engaged. According to an interview with director Ron Howard: "My recollection is, ...
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How would the fresco in the Hall of 500 be repaired after Vayentha fell through it?

Would Langdon ever let Sienna do such a thing? In matter of life and death he would let her do because for him any piece of art is less valuable than life (also true in real life ). Following ...
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What are the main differences between Dan Brown's 'Inferno' novel and Ron Howard's adaptation?

According to Fred Hawson: While the basic plot is the same, the film departed from the book in certain details. Scriptwriter David Koepp injected a romance angle between Langdon and Dr. ...
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