Vatican Says No To Brown Adaptations

A spokesman for the Vatican has acknowledged that it turned down a request to film parts of Angels and Demons, the prequel to The Da Vinci Code, at various locations within Vatican City without ever looking at the script. In an interview with the London Daily Telegraph, Father Marco Fibbi said, "Usually we read the script but in this case it wasn't necessary. Just the name Dan Brown was enough." Brown was the writer of the novels on which both The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons were based. "Angels and Demons peddles a type of fantasy that damages our common religious beliefs, just like The Da Vinci Code did," he added.


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Nov 4, 2008 9:31AM EST

the chruch should not blame dan brown for other peoples beliefs it is a story and the bible is also a story and they believe it. evey one has a right to belive in what they want to but the vatican ciry is the chruches property so they do have a say on who can film there.i am a darwinist all i beleive in is evolution

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