What's the Difference between Angels and Demons the Book and Angels and Demons the Movie?


Angels and Demons

Released: 2000
Author: Dan Brown

Angels and Demons

Released: 2009
Director: Ron Howard
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In the Book In the Movie
Robert Langdon
Robert Langdon
Portrayed by: Tom Hanks
Maximillihan Kohler
This Character does not appear.
Carlo Ventresca
Patrick McKenna
Portrayed by: Ewan McGregor
Gunther Glick
This Character does not appear.
Cardinal Mortati
Cardinal Strauss
Portrayed by: Armin Mueller-Stahl
Leonardo Vetra
This Character does not appear.
Leonardo Vetra
This Character does not appear.
Lieutenant Chartrand
Lieutenant Chartrand
Portrayed by: Thure Lindhardt
This Character does not appear.
Claudio Vincenzi
Portrayed by: David Pasquesi
Captain Rocher
Commander Maximilian Richter
Portrayed by: Stellan Skarsgård
Ernesto Olivetti
Ernesto Olivetti
Portrayed by: Pierfrancesco Favino
Angels and Demons Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   There is a news van which is tipped off by the hassassin who follows langdon and the police to the chigi chapel, and then st. peter's square. where the police, almost catch the cameraman, but he runs off with the footage of the dead cardinal with holes in his lungs and the ambigram of Air on his chest. The van and the cameraman and his partner do not exist in the movie.
   At the pantheon, robert and vitttoria are interrupted in the heat of finding the first chruch, by a tourist guide who starts narrating to them the story of the pantheon. He tells them the location of Chigi's Chapel. Vittoria points to robert a plate stating that the sculptures were shifted here form another location. Robert asks about the location of the Chigi Chapel to a tourist guide with a separate bunch of tourists
   Maximillian Kohler is framed by the Camerlengo when he brands himself. Commander Richter is framed by the Camerlengo when he brands himself
   Vittoria is shown to enjoy underwater life and has an interest for deep sea diving. No reference is made to her liking of underwater life.
   The Hassassin is a connoisseur of prostitutes which he will 'take' as a prize after killing, and is aroused by harming others. He plans to rape Vittoria after he kidnaps her but is unsuccessful as Langdon comes to her rescue. None of this detail about the Hassassin is mentioned or seen.
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