'The Da Vinci Code'. End Scene ft the music, 'Chevaliers de Sangreal', by Hans Zimmer

Category: Entertainment, Duration: 4:18, 1570991 Views. Source: YouTube, Published by Andrea006 on 2011-08-21T08:31:18.000Z No infringement on copyright material is intended. I do not own any of this material. © 2012 Sony Pictures Digital Inc. All Rights Reserved. All I did was edit the clip to provide the maximum viewing experience of this incredible, final scene of the movie. I hope everyone continues to enjoy the clip for the magical piece of movie-making that it is, thanks to the talents of actor, Tom Hanks; musician, Hans Zimmer; and Director, Ron Howard. © 2012 Sony Pictures Digital Inc. All Rights Reserved. 'The Da Vinci Code', released May 19, 2006 by Columbia Pictures, is based on the book, 'The Da Vinci Code', by Dan Brown. Screenplay by Akiva Goldsman. Music, including the beautiful track, featured here in the final scene, 'Chevaliers de Sangreal', by Hans Zimmer. Director, Ron Howard. Many of you have already commented on the brilliant work of musician, Hans Zimmer, and actor, Tom Hanks in this final scene. Let's not forget the talented work of Ron Howard, the Director. I'm inclined to believe, myself, that these three are the perfect combination for movie-making: Tom Hanks, Hans Zimmer, and Ron Howard (also Director of 'The Grinch', starring Jim Carrey; and 'Ritchie Cunningham' from 'Happy Days'). Additional information on the movie, 'The Da Vinci Code' available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Da_Vinci_Code_%28film%29 and: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0382625/ and on the Soundtrack, is available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Da_Vinci_Code_%28soundtrack%29 I was browsing for any additional information on the music,'Chevaliers de Sangreal' and came across this page: http://www.filmtracks.com/comments/titles/da_vinci_code/index.cgi?read=169: "...I wasn't really paying attention. But when Track 13 began, I literally stopped what I was doing and just sat mesmorized and moved. That one track captures so much history, so much emotion, so much power and integrity. Hans, another fine job." Author unkown.