Los Angeles, September 15 (WNN) – Ashley Zuckerman is the second actor to portray Robert Langdon, the character in Dan Brown’s book in the Peacock series. The lost symbol, Premiering Thursday.
Tom Hanks played Langdon The Vinci Code, Angels and Demons And Inferno, But Zuckerman says the series provides a new original story.
“He’s going to be,” Zuckerman, 37, told WNN in a Zoom interview. “This show will explain how he’s going to be that person.”
The lost symbol This is the third Langdon book after Brown Angels and Satan And The Da Vinci Code. Inferno And Origin Followed
London is a symbolologist at Harvard University. Because of his study of religious iconography, Langdon finds himself resolving clues to historical figures.
“This is absolutely his first adventure,” Zuckerman said. “In our story, he’s a young history professor who pulls at something because his mentor was kidnapped.”
Fans will recognize Zuckerman from such shows Pacific Ocean, Nominated Survivor, Manhattan And Inheritance. This summer, Zuckerman starred on Netflix Fear Street Trilogy, which he filmed before the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic and The lost symbol.
Zuckerman said The lost symbol The series gives him a chance to show how Langdon was involved in solving historical clues. Langdon visits Washington DC to find Freemason patterns when his mentor Peter Solomon (Eddie Izard) is abducted.
“We’re very lucky that it wasn’t made into a film because it’s as perfect as an original story,” Zuckerman said.
Zuckerman tells the story The lost symbol, First published in 2009, “establishes little details about his harshness, about his arrogance, about his arrogance, his incapacity in feeling, his attachment to knowledge and truth.”
Each episode of it The lost symbol Langdon sees his research partners explain history. Among those partners are Catherine (Valerie Curry), Solomon’s daughter.
Zuckerman said each script inspires him to research the issues that Langdon is discussing. Because its the formula The lost symbol Turning around the Freemasons, he painted like books A brief history of the secret society By David Barrett and The story of Ovid By Ted Hughes.
“I obviously don’t know that much [Langdon] “Zuckerman said.” But I need that confidence to know a lot more or that feeling than the person you’re talking to. “
When The lost symbol To begin with, Langdon is presenting a lecture on the origins of symbols such as the swastika and the unit or die. Langdon shows his class how the swastika began as a Sanskrit symbol before it became a Nazi symbol.
Zuckerman said his understanding of the evolution of Langdon’s symbols would apply to the Freemason symbols he discovered.
“It’s someone who understands how money goes through time,” Zuckerman said. “Money is constantly changing and it is constantly being adopted by different agencies.”
The formulas lead Langdon to text in the ancient language. A scene where Langdon read a Hebrew passage reminded Zuckerman of his own childhood.
Zuckerman said he grew up hearing his parents speak Hebrew, although he has not yet learned it. Zuckerman’s father, Moshei, an Israeli, met his wife, Ingrid, in Israel, although Ingrid is Peruvian.
The Zuckermans left their children in the United States and moved to Australia to raise them. Filmed by Ashley Zuckerman The lost symbol In Toronto, double for the District of Columbia.
The Covid-1 safety protocol required segregation after the actor arrived in Toronto. He said he spent 14 days in the Hebrew part in consultation with his mother The lost symbol.
“I enjoyed translating half a Bible page into Hebrew with my mother in Australia,” Zuckerman said. “I spent two or three weeks learning the Hebrew that I needed for those episodes.”
New episode of The lost symbol Premier Thursday at Peacock.