In this article, we cover Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol Release Date. The Lost Symbol, the prequel series to The Da Vinci Code, has a release date. The drama series began as a pilot for NBC and is based on Dan Brown’s best-selling book. Peacock revealed earlier this year that it ordered a series of The Da Vinci Code prequel series, previously named Langdon. The series, starring Ashley Zukerman (from HBO’s Succession) as Robert Langdon, will concentrate on the eponymous character’s early experiences.
In the latest trailer by Peacock depicted Robert Langdon on a dangerous quest to interpret historical symbols. The Lost Symbol now has a release date. Peacock made public that this series will drop on Thursday, September 16, 2020. The Lost Symbol, written by Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie, will follow a young Harvard symbologist who becomes embroiled in an unsettling plot after the abduction of his mentor. The Lost Symbol, starring Valorie Curry, Eddie Izzard, Sumalee Montano, and Beau Knapp, will air new episodes weekly.
Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol Plot
Originally planned as a film starring Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon and produced and directed by Ron Howard for Columbia Pictures and franchise producers Brian Grazer and John Calley. Sony Pictures ultimately recruited three screenwriters for the film between 2010 and 2013. Including Steven Knight, Dan Brown, and Danny Strong. Sony Pictures stated in July 2013 that they will instead adapt Inferno for an October 14, 2016 release.
Producers made public in June 2019 that the project was re-imagined as a television series tentatively named Langdon. Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie will serve as co-creators, showrunners, and executive producers on the series, which will act as a prequel to the film series. Additional executive producers include Dan Brown, Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Francie Calfo, Samie Falvey, and Anna Culp. The program was ordered to series on NBC and co-produce Imagine Television Studios, CBS Studios, and Universal Television Studios.
Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol Release Date and Cast
On March 2021, NBC’s Peacock made it public that they picked up this as a series. Peacock unveiled on May 17, 2021, the title with a teaser Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol. Additionally, Dan Trachtenberg will direct the first episode and also work on the project as an executive producer. In March 2020, the cast roster made it to the public: Ashley Zukerman will play Robert Langdon. Secondly, in June 2020, Valorie Curry and Eddie Izzard will play Katherine and Peter Solomon.
Sumalee Montano (Sato), the OS’s Director, Rick Gonzalez as Nunez, a uniformed Capitol police officer, and Beau Knapp as Mal’akh, who takes Langdon on a dangerous and obscure mission, were joined to the cast a few days later. On June 20, Raoul Bhaneja, Sammi Rotibi, and Keenan Jolliff were cast as recurring characters. In terms of release date, the series will debut on September 16, 2021. In the next section, we will cover the details from the book that stemmed this Peacock original series.
The Lost Symbol was a Best Seller in 2009
Dan Brown’s book The Lost Symbol debuted in 2009. And is a thriller set in Washington, D.C., following the events of The Da Vinci Code, with Freemasonry serving as both a recurrent subject and a significant figure. Secondly, it is the third Brown book to feature the character of Harvard University symbologist Robert Langdon, after Angels & Demons in 2000 and The Da Vinci Code in 2003.
It was the most significant first printing in Doubleday history, with 6.5 million copies printed (5 million in North America and 1.5 million in the United Kingdom). The book sold one million hardcover and e-book copies on its first day in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, making it the fastest-selling adult novel in history. And it debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Seller list for hardcover fiction during the first six weeks of its release and stayed there for the next 29 weeks. There were 30 million copies in print worldwide as of January 2013. And that’s a wrap on our coverage of Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol on Peacock here at Otakukart!