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Summary: Dan Brown's long-awaited follow up to The Da Vinci Code has sold more than 300,000 copies in the UK in two days.
PLUS A BLU-RAY PLAYER AND THE DA VINCI CODE ON BLU-RAY Have you ever wanted to be a movie critic?
Pinewood Shepperton yesterday admitted it will lose £3m after a major production, believed to be the prequel to 2006's smash hit The Da Vinci Code, halted plans to film at its studios because of the American screenwriters' strike.
Marc Carroggio, Opus Dei spokesman in Rome, said that so far 8 to 10 people in Opus Dei centers have told him of a new member whose first contact was The Da Vinci Code.
Some people might be tempted to dismiss the Gospel of Judas and other unofficial or "non-canonical" gospels altogether precisely because they are not found in the Bible; others might be attracted to them, believing they indeed contain some long-suppressed secrets, as suggested by The Da Vinci Code.
However, on another level, The Da Vinci Code is just another novel.
the controversy over The Da Vinci Code only demonstrates the religious need that people feel, how unsecular most of us are.
99 VERDICT: **** YOU can't read a newspaper or switch on the TV at the moment without someone putting their twopenneth in on the Da Vinci Code debate.