What's the Difference between Coraline the Book and Coraline the Movie?



Released: 2002
Author: Neil Gaiman


Released: 2009
Director: Henry Selick
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Coraline Jones
Coraline Jones
Portrayed by: Dakota Fanning
This Character does not appear.
Wybie Lovat
Portrayed by: Robert Bailey, Jr.
Coraline Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Coraline has a dream where she has a picnic with the ghost children. They appear in the dream like a ghost, no picnic.
   The bedlam hand chases Coraline until she tricks it into attacking her while over a trap. It falls in. Coraline struggles with the hand and Wybie comes to save the day.
   The door to the Other world is a normal sized door. It is very small.
   The dogs at the theater talk. They don't.
   The cat has green eyes. They are blue.
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wait so if toast always lands butter side down and cats always land on their feet then cant we get infinite energy by tapping a buttered toast to the back of a cat (thus making the cat spin in mid air) and then attaching it to a generator ? oh shit i have been BAMBOZZZZZZZZZZZELD
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09 Sep 2017 Anonymous
so useful it nearly made me hard
28 Aug 2017 Anonymous
pretty shmik
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28 Aug 2017 Anonymous
Was about to say the same thing. I'm about to dead the novel, but I'm kinda sad that Wybie isn't in there.
18 Jun 2017 Anonymous
There IS a snowglobe and it did contain the real parents in the movie
17 Jun 2017 Anonymous

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