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Chevaliers de Sangreal [The Da Vinci Code OST] Hans Zimmer (1080p HD)

Category: Film & Animation, Duration: 4:10, 46036 Views. Source: YouTube, Published by ellinokiprios13 on 2011-06-24T14:35:55.000Z The Da Vinci Code is a 2006 American mystery thriller film directed by Ron Howard. The screenplay was written by Akiva Goldsman and based on Dan Brown's worldwide bestselling 2003 novel, The Da Vinci Code. It was produced by Howard with John Calley and Brian Grazer and released by Columbia Pictures in the United States on May 19, 2006. The Da Vinci Code stars Tom Hanks as Harvard University symbologist Robert Langdon, Audrey Tautou as cryptographer Sophie Neveu of the Direction Centrale de la Police Judiciaire of France, Sir Ian McKellen as British Grail historian Sir Leigh Teabing, Alfred Molina as Bishop Manuel Aringarosa, Jean Reno as Capitaine Bezu Fache of the Direction Centrale de la Police Judiciaire, and Paul Bettany as the Opus Dei monk Silas. The Da Vinci Code was previewed at the opening night of the 2006 Cannes Film Festival on May 17, 2006.[2] The Da Vinci Code then entered major release in many other countries on May 18, 2006 and was released in the United States by Columbia Pictures on May 19, 2006. The film, like Dan Brown's book, was harshly criticized by the Roman Catholic Church. Some church members urged the laity to boycott the film.[3] Many of the early showings were protested and early critical reviews were decidedly negative. Arguably, however, these reactions had little negative impact on the film's box office numbers; The Da Vinci Code earned in excess of $230 million worldwide in its opening weekend, which, at the time, was the third most profitable opening weekend in film history. It is currently ranked as the seventh biggest opening. It was the second highest grossing film of 2006 worldwide, earning $758,239,851 as of November 2, 2006. At the time, director Ron Howard and star Tom Hanks had collaborated on two previous films, 1984's Splash and 1995's Apollo 13. They have since collaborated on The Da Vinci Code's prequel, Angels & Demons, and they are expected to collaborate on a film adaptation on the third book of Dan Brown's Robert Langdon trilogy, The Lost Symbol.[4] The Da Vinci Code is their most successful collaboration, not adjusted for inflation.[5] The film's soundtrack was composed by Hans Zimmer. It was nominated for the 2007 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score. http://upload.youtube.com/my_videos_upload

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