Church Cracks Down on New 'Da Vinci' Film

Once again, the Catholic Church is coming down hard on writer Dan Brown, the author of "The Da Vinci Code." The producers of Brown's latest thriller to be made into a film, "Angels and Demons," have been banned from filming key scenes inside any church in Rome, on the grounds that the book is "an offense against God," according to a church spokesman. Led by executive producer/director Ron Howard, the producers sought permission to shoot scenes inside two churches in Rome's historic center for...Full Story
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