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Actor Ewan Mc Gregor says the Vatican's criticism of the religious thriller "Angels & Demons" was muted compared to the previous Robert Langdon adventure "The Da Vinci Code" because the newer film doesn't challenge the Catholic faith.
Promoting the movie Sunday in China, where it is showing as the closing film at the 12th Shanghai International Film Festival, Mc Gregor said the Vatican-set "Angels & Demons" is less controversial.
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