Tom Hanks and other principals in the movie of "The Da Vinci Code" set off from London Tuesday on a specially named train in pursuit of a world record for the longest non-stop international train journey. The high-speed Eurostar train, named The Da Vinci Code, was headed for the Cannes Film Festival in southern France for the film's world premiere on Wednesday. Going non-stop over the 883 miles (1,421 kilometers) would put the train into the Guinness World Records book.
Hanks posed for pictures at Waterloo station with co-stars Audrey Tautou, Sir Ian McKellen, Paul Bettany, Jean Reno and Alfred Molina, director Ron Howard and author Dan Brown, reports the AP.
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