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28 October 2008  |  Written by Emily Phillips  |  Source: USA Today

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New shots from Angels & Demons promise a slicker, quicker film than its predecessor The Da Vinci Code.

There has been plenty of talk regarding Tom Hanks' bouffant hair as religious symbol sleuth Robert Langdon, and even this has had a hot new update, according to producer Brian Grazer.

"It's totally different... It's better. Everything is more contemporary."

In the shots, we can see the intricate sets built in place of the Vatican and other churches, which were out of bounds to the film-makers, due to the (spoiler!) murder of two cardinals and the film's idea that there exist vast dark Vatican conspiracies.

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We can also check out Ewan McGregor in his priestly garb as Vatican insider Carlo Ventresca.

Langdon's new girl, Vittoria Vetra is played by Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer, and is seen here getting involved with investigations.

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There's a new trailer. Well it's a teaser. Looks interesting. Book is better than The Da Vinci Code and this has Ewan McGregor in too. Hopeful. More

Posted by mafyou at 23:45 on 30 October 2008 | Report This Post

It's wrong I know
...but Macgregor does look rather fetching in that get-up! I know, I know it's wrong....... More

Posted by Sphinx at 19:53 on 29 October 2008 | Report This Post

Shame, I thought "Ayelet Zurer getting involved with investigations" was more euphemistic than it turned out to be,,, More

Posted by sinaplenty at 14:49 on 29 October 2008 | Report This Post

RE:
I'll see it.  Quite liked the Da Vinci Code and enjoyed reading Angels and Demons until the admitedly attrocious ending. More

Posted by Rob at 13:23 on 29 October 2008 | Report This Post

I thought Angels and Demons was a massively entertaining book (until the awful ending). This should make a good movie, though we said the same about The Da Vinci Code. If it's a choice between this and Star Trek though (and I only say this as other have mentioned it) it's Angels And Demons all the way! More

Posted by skeletonjack at 12:56 on 28 October 2008 | Report This Post

gonna get lost between Star Trek and T4...
surely no ones that bothered after the lame Da Vinci Code movie? i know it made $750m but that was due to all the Da Vinci mania about jesus having a kid...no such pull for this one..unless you count seeing Hanks new do... id be suprised if it does more than half DVC box office... hopefully everyone will see star trek again instead of sitting through this... More

Posted by jackcarter at 10:37 on 28 October 2008 | Report This Post

And also Steve the Pirate looking for his treasure. More

Posted by Greg Andrew at 09:27 on 28 October 2008 | Report This Post

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