What's the Difference between The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo the Book and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo the Movie?

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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Released: 2005
Author: Steig Larsson

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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Released: 2011
Director: David Fincher
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Mikael Blomkvist
Mikael Blomkvist
Portrayed by: Daniel Craig
Lisbeth Salander
Lisbeth Salander
Portrayed by: Rooney Mara
Henrik Vanger
Henrik Vanger
Portrayed by: Christopher Plummer
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   When Blomkvist realizes the numbers from Harriet's diary are bible verses he doesn't have a bible. He goes to Gottfried's cabin and finds Harriet's bible. She has the passages underlined. Blomkvist has the bible already. He visits Gottried's cabin later. The passages are not underlined.
   Blomkvist is stripped naked and hung by his neck in Martin's torture chamber. He is fully clothed. He is wearing a neck brace and is strung up by a hook around his shoulders.
   When Salander is leaving the Vanger corporation she forgets to leave the keys. She slaps the keys down on the guard's desk as she runs out.
   Martin lures Blomkvist into his torture chamber and beats him up. He is acting crazy and later gives him a drink of water. Martin is very calm the whole time. He puts an oxygen mask over his face while he gases Mikael. He doesn't beat him up. He gives him his drink of scotch.
   Lisbeth attacks Martin Vanger with the golf club and first hits him on the collar bone. She hits him three more times before she goes to help Mikael. She smashes him across the cheek once with the golf club then lets it drop.
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