Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Akiva Goldsman - writing the Da Vinci Code

Akiva Goldsman is one of the world's highest profile screenwriters and his latest adaptation, of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code, premieres in Cannes tomorrow. He talks to Rachel Abramowitz in The LA Times.
There are few screenwriters who are as commercially successful as Goldsman — he's practically the Jerry Bruckheimer of the genre — churning out popcorn entertainment as fast as he can type — everything from his early oeuvre of Grishams ("The Client" and "A Time to Kill") and Batmans ("Batman Forever" and "Batman & Robin") to his more recent Ron Howard canon of "A Beautiful Mind" (for which he won his Academy Award), "Cinderella Man" and, now, "Da Vinci."

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