Davinci CodeCountingDown.com reports that director Ron Howard, in an effort to keep curious fans away from the set of his adaptation of Dan Brown's The Davinci Code (due in May), has started wearing disguises and forbidding crew members to refer to the film by name, instead calling it "The Rose Line". George Lucas did something similar when he shot parts of Return Of The Jedi in the U.S., calling it Blue Harvest, though Howard's choice of super-secret titles, as iAfrica points out, should not thwart Davinci fans, considering it is taken from a key theme in the book. I say that if he changes the name to Michael Bay's The Davinci Code starring Rob Schneider, prospective snoops will run away in fear after reading only those first two words. Security problem solved.
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