Director Ron Howard has been getting pressure from the Catholic group Opus Dei to put a disclaimer on the front of The Da Vinci Code to make sure that everyone knew that the movie was a fictional story.
Reuters is reporting that Howard has rejected the idea:
"This is a work of fiction that presents a set of characters that are affected by these conspiracy theories and ideas," Howard told the Los Angeles Times on Sunday. "Those characters in this work of fiction act and react on that premise. It's not theology. It's not history. To start off with a disclaimer ... spy thrillers don't start off with disclaimers."
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