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.[2][3] 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.

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Robert Langdon
Official home release artwork, for the film trilogy.
Directed byRon Howard
Based onRobert Langdon novels
by Dan Brown
StarringTom Hanks
(See list below)
Distributed bySony Pictures Entertainment
Release date
CountryUnited States
Budget$350 million[1]
Box office$1,463,474,856[1]

The television series, a contemporary-prequel titled The Lost Symbol (2021), explores the early years of Langdon's career.