Dan Brown’s 2013 novel Inferno is moving rapidly from page to screen. Sony Pictures, actor Tom Hanks, and director Ron Howard have apparently all agreed to make their third Dan Brown/Robert Langdon adventure flick, following the box office successes of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons. Filming in Italy, where the first two-thirds of the book’s story is set (Florence and Venice), is scheduled to begin in April. For more info, see the report that recently appeared in Deadline.
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