Sophie Marceau Enlisted to Help Crack the "Code"

by | January 20, 2005 | Comments

It appears that Sophie Marceau will play the female lead in "The Da Vinci Code" opposite Tom Hanks, Dark Horizon reports. French newspapers had reported several other actresses who were apparently in the running, including Audrey Tautou, Virginie Ledoyen, Amira Casar, Judith Godrèche and Linda Hardy. Marceau, perhaps best known to American audiences for her part in the James Bond film "The World Is not Enough," has been replaced by Monica Belluci in the adaptation of "le concile de Pierre," directed by Guillaume Nicloux.

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