The city of Florence staged the world premiere of Inferno, the third film to be adapted from the Dan Brown novels about symbologist Robert Langdon. The city hosted one of the largest film premieres ever held in our country. The premiere was on October 8, 2016, at Teatro dell’Opera in Florence. However, special events were…
Inferno, the Ron Howard film based on the novel by Dan Brown, is projected to hit USA cinemas in October 2016. The shooting of the film, which includes actors the likes of Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon, took place in Florence, Italy, at Palazzo Vecchio, the Uffizi Gallery, Piazza della Signoria, and in the city center, as well as in Venice, the city that plays another key role in the novel.
From May 4 until May 18, 2015, the City of Florence hosted the filming of the movie Inferno (we don’t know whether the title of the film has actually been decided). The set of Inferno, the film version of Dan Brown’s latest bestseller of the same name, has been moved from Venice to Florence. After a few days of shooting in the lagoon, the American crew moved operations to the Tuscan town.
Filming of the movie Inferno, which is based on the fourth novel by Dan Brown in the Langdon series, will start shooting in April in beautiful Florence, a city full of mystery that links various works of art with the pages of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy, open for all to interpret.
Ron Howard, the American director of The Da Vinci Code (2006) and its sequel Angels and Demons (2009), who is also a screenwriter and actor, was in Florence, Italy, on October 16 for a visit in view of beginning to shoot Inferno, the movie based on Dan Brown‘s latest bestseller of the same title.