Parts of Da Vinci Code film to be shot in Maltaル・モンド紙が伝える所では、6月29日から撮影が始まり、今も続いているが、その後はマルタで撮影されるそうです。10月19日には全ての撮影が終わる予定。
The shooting of the Da Vinci Code started in Paris last week. This film exploits the success of the worldwide blockbuster book by Dan Brown.
Writing in Le Monde, Nicole Vulser said shooting started in Paris on 29 June and has carried on since then. Following shooting in Paris, shooting will continue in Malta where the historical flashbacks will be short. It should be coming out as a full film on 19 October.
Director Ron Howard is joined in this production by executive producer Todd Halowell: the two have already worked together on Apollo 13.
Shooting has been taking place in the square facing Notre Dame de Lorete in a Paris suburb with Tom Hanks in the main role, young French actress Audrey Tatou as the female protagonist and Jean Reno as the head of police.
For those who have read the book, it is obvious that the main scenes will be shot at the Louvre, where most of the key scenes are located. Other scenes will be shot at the Hotel Ritz, Place Vendome while the US embassy has been temporarily ‘relocated’ to Place Saint-Georges．