Org launches crusade against Howard pic

HOLLYWOOD — The Catholic League plans to do battle with the Ron Howard pic “Angels and Demons” — even though the org’s crusade against Sony’s 2006 “The Da Vinci Code” may have actually helped that film earn a huge $758 million worldwide.

Claiming the project has an anti-Catholic agenda, the league announced on Monday that it will send several news releases discussing what it says are falsehoods in Dan Brown’s book and Howard’s pic, which bows on May 15.

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