The third film installment in the Robert Langdon series, Inferno, will begin production in Florence at the end of April, before it moves to Instanbul and Venice in mid-May.
Ron Howard took to Facebook and posted a series of behind-the scenes photos from pre-production, which shed light on the process involved in creating the opening action sequence. “The foam-core models depict the spire of Badìa Fiorentina, which has historical ties to Dante Alighieri and plays host to a mysterious figure at the beginning of Brown’s novel.”
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