One day after the London tabloid The Daily Mirror reported that the Roman Catholic Group Opus Dei was considering taking legal action against Sony-Columbia for its negative portrayal of the group in The Da Vinci Code, a spokesman has denied any such intent. As reported by Daily Variety, an Opus Dei spokesman told the Catholic news agency Zenit, "This might interest those who are marketing the movie -- you know, a big fight in public. ... But Opus Dei's only response will be a declaration of peace." (The statement does not appear on Zenit's website.)
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