Robert Langdon (franchise)
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The Robert Langdon franchise consists of American action-adventure mystery-thriller installments, including three theatrical films directed by Ron Howard, and a television series. The films, based on the novel series written by Dan Brown, center on the fictional character of Robert Langdon. Though based on the book series, the films have a different chronological order, consisting of: The Da Vinci Code (2006), Angels & Demons (2009) and Inferno (2016). Despite mixed-to-negative critical reception, the films are considered box office successes, having a combined gross total of $1.5 billion worldwide.
American film franchise
|Directed by||Ron Howard|
|Based on||Robert Langdon novels|
by Dan Brown
(See list below)
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Entertainment|
The television series, a contemporary-prequel titled The Lost Symbol (2021), explores the early years of Langdon's career.