Dan Brown
Robert Langdon
Danny Strong
(Movies & TV)
Harvard University
David Koepp
(Movies & TV)
Tom Hanks
(Movies & TV)
Ron Howard
(Movies & TV)

See also

The Lost Symbol

Knowledge Identifier: $The_Lost_Symbol


The Lost Symbol

2009 novel written by American writer Dan Brown add

Category: Literature (420)

Launched in 2006.

Countries: United States (78%), United Kingdom (11%), (11%)

Main connections: Dan Brown, Robert Langdon, Danny Strong

Linked to: Doubleday Publishing Group, Harvard University, Institute of Noetic Sciences, Transworld




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"The Lost Symbol" had been in development for several years; originally expected in 2006, the projected publication date was pushed back multiple times add something


"'The Lost Symbol"' is a 2009 novel written by American writer Dan Brown add something


Dan Brown - Brown's third novel featuring Robert Langdon, The Lost Symbol, was released on September 15, 2009.


The Casual Vacancy - It was the second biggest adult opening of all time in the United Kingdom, falling short of Dan Brown's 2009 novel, "The Lost Symbol", which sold 550,946 copies


In March 2009 of 2012, Danny Strong was hired to collaborate on the adaptation add something


Released on September 15, 2009, it is the third Brown novel to involve the character of Harvard University symbologist Robert Langdon, following 2000's "Angels & Demons" and 2003's "The Da Vinci Code" add something


The book was published on September 15, 2009 with an initial print run of 6,5 million copies, the largest first printing in publisher Random House's history add something


Dan Brown - Brown's third novel featuring Robert Langdon, "The Lost Symbol", was released on September 15, 2009


Danny Strong - In February 2012, he was approached to write the screenplay for the film adaption of Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol"


According to a January 2013 article in the "Los Angeles Times" the final draft of the screenplay was due sometime in February, with pre-production expected to start in the mid-2013 add something


As of January 2013, there were 30 million copies in print worldwide add something


In July 2013 Sony Pictures announced they would instead adapt "Inferno" for a December 18, 2015 release date with Ron Howard as director, David Koepp adapting the screenplay and Tom Hanks reprising his role as Robert Langdon add something


In June of 2019, the project was announced to be re-conceived as a television series tentatively titled, "Langdon" add something