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Columbia Pictures moving ahead with The Lost Symbol from Dan Brown

February 04, 2010



Variety says that Columbia Pictures is moving forward with The Lost Symbol, the third installment of the “Da Vinci Code” franchise. Steven Knight has come on board to adapt Dan Brown’s novel.  Although Tom Hanks hasn’t signed on yet, he is expected to.   Imagine and Brian Grazer have signed on to produce.

“The story focuses on Freemasonry, and takes place over a period of 12 hours in Washington, D.C. Robert Langdon is summoned to give a lecture in National Statuary Hall at the United States Capitol, with the invitation apparently from his mentor, a 33rd degree Mason named Peter Solomon, who is the head of the Smithsonian Institution. However, when Langdon arrives at the Capitol, instead of an audience for his lecture, he finds the severed right hand of Peter Solomon tattooed into a symbolic Hand of the Mysteries, and pointing straight upwards to the fresco The Apotheosis of Washington on the inside of the Capitol dome. Solomon has been kidnapped by the villain Mal’akh, who demands that Langdon unlock the Ancient Mysteries in return for Solomon’s life. This leads to a game of cat and mouse throughout the museums and architecture of Washington.”