Eight years have passed since Robert Langdon – the globe-trotting symbologist created by author Dan Brown – was last seen on the big screen, in Angels & Demons. However, the character (again portrayed by Tom Hanks) returns in 2016 with Inferno, a film adaptation of the fourth Langdon novel written by Brown – following after Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code, and The Lost Symbol. Although Lost Symbol was originally slated to be adapted for the big screen prior to Inferno, Sony Pictures Entertainment ultimately elected to instead move forward next with a movie adaptation of the latter (a best-seller when it released in 2013).
Inferno was adapted by screenwriter David Koepp (who also penned Angels & Demons) …
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