Angels & Demons
- Original title
Angels & Demons
- Running time
- 138 min.
- United States
Akiva Goldsman, David Koepp (Novel: Dan Brown)
Nikolaj Lie Kaas,
Columbia Pictures / Imagine Entertainment
Thriller. Mystery | Religion. Sequel
- Movie Groups
Dan Brown Adaptations
- Official Site
- Synopsis / Plot
- Robert Langdon is called to CERN headquarters in Switzerland to find out the religious symbological implications of the death of CERN's finest and most well known scientist, Leonardo Vetra. When he starts to investigate the murder, his obsession for the subject history comes into play. Langdon is later joined in the investigation by Vittoria Vetra (Leonardo's daughter) and they start their journey to the Vatican to unlock the mystery behind the Illuminati, an anti-Christian secret society which, according to the plot, has deeply infiltrated many global institutions, political, economical and religious.
In 2003, Sony acquired the movie rights to Angels and Demons along with The Da Vinci Code in a deal with author Dan Brown. In May 2006, following the film release of The Da Vinci Code, Sony hired screenwriter Akiva Goldsman, who wrote the film adaptation of The Da Vinci Code, to adapt Angels and Demons. On April 11, 2007 it was revealed that Tom Hanks would reprise his role as Robert Langdon and that he will reportedly receive the highest salary ever for an actor.
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