What's the Difference between The Sum of All Fears the Book and The Sum of All Fears the Movie?


The Sum of All Fears

Released: 1997
Author: Clancy, Tom

The Sum of All Fears

Released: 2002
Director: Robinson, Phil Alden
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Gunther Block
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Grushkov, aka Spinnaker
Elizabeth Elliot
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Ding Chavez
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Mary Pat Foley
The Sum of All Fears Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   The bomb explodes at the Super Bowl in Denver, Colorado. The bomb explodes at a football game in Baltimore, Maryland.
   The terrorists lie and claim Iran sponsored the nuclear attack. President Fowler tries to order a nuclear strike on Iran but Ryan prevents him. This doesn't happen.
   Elizabeth Elliot--Fowler's National Security Advisor--had met Ryan shortly before taking office. The two had a brief argument and begin the novel already disliking each other. Fowler's National Security Advisor has no particular grudge against Ryan.
   Jack Ryan is middle-aged. Jack Ryan is in his late-20s.
   President Fowler is replaced by his Vice-President, Roger Durling, at the end of the book. President Fowler remains in office at the end of the movie.
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