Dan Brown’s Inferno will be in cinemas this October

July 03, 2016

Big Dan Brown fans will go crazy over this new movie that they will make out of the masterpiece Dan Brown has written. Years after the Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons came out, Tom Hanks playing as Professor Langdon is back to make history again.

Dan Brown’s Inferno will be in cinemas this October

Trailers are out and it pretty much gives away the thought and plot of the movie which is good since the people can decide on whether they will see the movie or not. The book revolves around one part of Dante Alighieri’s epic poems which is the Inferno that takes us to a journey through burning fiery flames of hell.

If you haven’t seen the trailer, let me give you a glimpse: It opens with a man falling to his death from a really high clock tower in a place somewhere in Italy. The dialogue in this scene plays like the man who took away his own life was keeping a secret that was obviously bigger than his life because two men was questioning him about “something that he knows.” The trailer then goes on as Professor Langdon studies what was inside the pocket of the man who committed suicide and later on found out that it has something do about one part of Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy which is Inferno.

One curious thing happens in the movie and this is that the Professor’s brain gets beat up by some things we don’t even know. So that’s mainly what the trailer shows.


To sum it all up, the team behind this soon-to-be megahit movie is really dumbfounding. The director of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, Ron Howard, is back for another Dan Brown hit to visualize what we read from Dan Brown’s masterpieces. Together with absolutely amazing actors like Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Ben Foster, and many more.

The movie is said to show worldwide on the 14th of October 2016 and it is by then to ravage the movie industry with such greatness, complexity, sophistication, and excitement.

Movies of Dan Brown can really make you think about what you think you know versus what you do not know about the things in life. What’s good about it is that it challenges the brain and it plays with your fantasy. However, some Christians and Roman Catholics despise Dan Brown’s ideas because according to some, it is “blasphemous,” it is “disrespectful,” and many more insults to Mr. Brown’s work.

How about you? Are you excited to see such a complex film that talks about one of the most historic pieces of all time? What are your thoughts about this? Let us know in the comments section below.

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