Hollywood bosses are so thrilled with The Da Vinci Code's performance at the box office during its opening weekend, they are already planning to turn another Dan Brown thriller into a movie. Despite controversy and poor reviews, the film achieved the second best opening weekend of all time, taking $224 million (GBP119 million) worldwide. Sony Pictures Entertainment vice-chairman JEFF BLAKE has revealed the studio is already looking at ANGELS AND DEMONS, Brown's third novel, which is about secret society the Illuminati, the Vatican and a quest for the world's most powerful energy source. Blake says, "We are very interested in filming Angels and Demons. We hope that the relationship with Dan Brown will be a long one. That could be the next project."