With more than 7.3 million copies in print and 59 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code is much more than a mere publishing phenomenon. The controversial theories about Jesus' life woven into its plot have generated enough interest to spawn an information industry of sorts. Here's how some entrepreneurs are cashing in on the global Code craze.
--By Carolina A. Miranda
The Big Picture
Director Ron Howard, left, and the team behind the Oscar-winning A Beautiful Mind are at work on a Da Vinci Code movie, due out next year.