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

6%
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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This Spoils the Ending
In the Book In the Movie
   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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The Hassanin does not look the same in the movie as being described in the book (or so I understood)
26 Apr 2017 Anonymous


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