Recycling industry executive Eric Tetler serves as the president of Windfield Alloy, Inc., in Atkinson, New Hampshire. In his free time, Eric Tetler enjoys playing and coaching soccer, cycling, landscaping, and reading. He lists Dan Brown among his favorite authors.
A bestselling author with over 200 million books in print, Dan Brown has written several novels, including the wildly popular The Da Vinci Code. His work is known for intricate plots focused on the themes of science, religion, and art. In addition to The Da Vinci Code, Brown is the author of six other books, including Angels and Demons, The Lost Symbol, and Inferno.
In October 2017, Brown released his seventh novel, Origin, which is the author’s fifth book to feature protagonist Robert Langdon. Like the other Langdon novels, Origin takes readers on a wild ride as the professor of symbology and religious iconography works to uncover a mystery. In addition to Brown’s typical themes of history, art, and religion, Origin focuses heavily on the role that technology plays in everyday life.
The release of Origin came approximately a year after a film version of Brown’s previous novel, Inferno, hit theaters. Inferno was Brown’s third novel to be adapted into a movie. The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons were also turned into feature films.
Dan Brown’s Inferno
Eric Tetler serves as the president of Windfield Alloys in Atkinson, New Hampshire. When he is not working, Eric Tetler enjoys reading and considers Dan Brown one of his favorite authors. Dan’s third novel-turned-movie, Inferno, is about to come out, seven years after the last Dan Brown movie.
When Dan Brown and director Ron Howard began turning the author’s Robert Langdon thrillers into movies, they had no intention of making a series, Howard told Entertainment Weekly. Their goal was simply to make an exciting, fun, and worthwhile movie. The first in the series, The Da Vinci Code, was released in 2006. Four years later, the pair released the follow-up film Angels & Demons. Now, seven years later, the pair wanted to wait until they felt the film was worthy, instead of rushing it through production.
Part of the delay is because Inferno is actually the fourth novel in the series – the third is called, The Lost Symbol. Ron Howard says that he liked the novel, but when they attempted to adapt it to the screen, it never got off the ground. Instead of forcing it, they decided to move on to the fourth novel instead.
Inferno will hit theaters on October 16th, starring Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, and Omar Sy.
An experienced professional in the ferrous and non-ferrous metal processing industry, Eric Tetler serves as the president of Windfield Alloy, Inc., headquartered in Atkinson, New Hampshire. In his leisure time, Eric Tetler enjoys reading novels, especially those written by Dan Brown.
Dan Brown has gained widespread success both for his Robert Langdon thriller franchise and for their companion film adaptations, all centered on the fictitious Harvard professor of symbology as protagonist. Perhaps known best for The Da Vinci Code, Brown will have Inferno produced as the third major motion picture based on his writing.
Filming for the movie started in 2015 in Florence, Italy, and will feature later shoots in Istanbul and Venice. Ron Howard has directed the making of Inferno, and he and Sony and Columbia Pictures anticipate releasing the final product in October 2016.
Tom Hanks will star as Professor Langdon, the role he played in the previous Dan Brown films. He will share the screen with his co-star Felicity Jones, who plays Dr. Sienna Brooks. Other notable cast members include Irrfan Khan, Omar Sy, and Ben Foster.