What's the Difference between Fight Club the Book and Fight Club the Movie?


Fight Club

Released: 1996
Author: Chuck Palahniuk

Fight Club

Released: 1999
Director: David Fincher
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In the Book In the Movie
Tyler Durden
Tyler Durden
Portrayed by: Brad Pitt
The Narrator
The Narrator
Portrayed by: Edward Norton
Marla Singer
Marla Singer
Portrayed by: Helena Bonham Carter
Robert Paulson
Robert Paulson
Portrayed by: Meatloaf Adai
Portrayed by: Rachel Singer
Angel face
Angel face
Portrayed by: Jared Leto
Fight Club Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Marla and the narrator/Tyler have a confrontation in front of one of the cancer support groups. Marla tells them that he doesn't have cancer. This doesn't happen.
   The narrator keeps fighting in fight clubs over and over again to try and beat Tyler out of him. The narrator and Tyler have a visible fight in the basement of the building where Tyler wants to watch all the credit card company building go down.
   Tyler's plan is to be in side the building as it blows up so he can be a martyr. The building fails to blow up. Tyler only wanted to watch it happen. Project mayhem succeeds in blowing up all the buildings as the Narrator and Marla watch them fall.
   The narrator shoots himself in the mouth in front of the support group and Marla. He does it in the building alone with Tyler. Marla shows up moments later.
   The shot to his mouth tears his other cheek. The matching holes in his face make him look like the joker. He only has the one hole in his face from the bullet.
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