"Da Vinci Code" Banned from Westminster Abbey

Producers of the film version of Dan Brown's bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code have hit another roadblock. Officials of London's Westminster Abbey have refused to allow the production crew to film there.

The Abbey, which is featured prominently in the story, will not be used in the upcoming film because officials feel the book is "theologically unsound." Instead, the portions of the film dealing with Westminster Abbey will be filmed at Lincoln Cathedral.