October 16, 2009 03:14:03 GMT
'I'd love to if they're going to do it. I'm not going to walk away from that,' the star of Dan Brown's novels adaptation says when talking about the third possible 'Da Vinci Code' movie.
Tom Hanks has recently opened wide the possibility of him returning as symbolist Robert Langdon should the third "The Da Vinci Code" movie, "The Lost Symbol", is developed. Talking to MTV at the red carpet of "Where the Wild Things Are" premiere, the 53-year-old actor said, "I'd love to if they're going to do it."
"I'm not going to walk away from that...," the two-time Academy Award-winner continued. "If they make it again, I hope they ask me. If they didn't, what did I do wrong?" On what revives his interest, he revealed that he has just finished reading the latest of the Dan Brown's novel series. He gushed, "Page-turner. Dan Brown knows how to weave a tale. I was exhausted by the end of it."
Talking about the adaptation series, Hanks shared, "They're incredibly fun movies to make and I think they're really fun movies to watch too." He additionally explained, "They're like very intricate, very dangerous, steroid-pumped scavenger hunts and I think everyone likes to be in on the clues and the trail and the signs."
Tom Hanks was last seen as Robert Langdon in "Angels & Demons". Released on May 15 this year, the sequel to "The Da Vinci Code" has raked in as much as $485.9 million worldwide. The thriller movie sees Langdon dealing with deadly threat toward Vatican done by an ancient secret brotherhood called the Illuminati.