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

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Angels and Demons

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Released: 2000
Author: Dan Brown

Angels and Demons

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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
   Robert Langdon and Vittoria Vetra have a love interest going. they are also shown making love to each other in a hotel room. No love interest is shown between Robert Langdon and Vittoria Vetra. Certainly no intercourse happens.
   The fourth cardinal, Cardinal Baggia, is murdered The fourth cardinal, Cardinal Baggia, is saved
   Langdon and the Camerlengo enter the helicopter with the antimatter. The Camerlengo locks the antimatter into a cargo box and jumps out of the helicopter with a parachute. Langdon jumps from the exploding helicopter by grabbing a windshield cover and using it as a parachute. The Camerlengo goes up in the Helicopter alone and parachutes down as it explodes above him.
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