Sony Pictures has recently updated the official site for their upcoming tentpole flick The Da Vinci Code with CPU-stopping flash and a new TV spot.
Da Vinci Code TV Spot
The official website for The Da Vinci Code has so much advanced flash that I am wondering how people who own a computer that runs at less than a P4 can even view the thing. The site features multiple puzzles, games, draw dropping film introductions and a collection of movie stills and video clips.
The latest addition to the site is the first TV spot for The Da Vinci Code. For those of you who follow trailers closely, you might recognize the opening music for this latest spot as the same music used in the trailer of Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. The musical piece first appeared in the original soundtrack score of Requiem for a Dream by musical composer Clint Mansell.
The TV spot is surprisingly long (almost trailer length) and shows tons of new scenes from the film. I dig the scene where the camera takes a look inside the device whose code Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) must figure out in order to safely obtain the secret document inside.
The TV Spot then finishes with the 'This Film is Not Yet Rated' message, a euphemism for 'this film is not yet done.'
To check out the new TV spot for The Da Vinci Code head over to the official site and choose 'Video Clips' from the upper menu; there you will find the TV Spot option.
The Da Vinci Code comes to theatres on May 19th, 2006.