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

65%
Released: 2005
Author: Steig Larsson

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

35%
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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In the Book In the Movie
   Lisbeth and Mikael go to London to talk to Anita Vanger. It is the first time Mikael talks to her. Plague sets up contact with another hacker named Trinity. He has a friend named Bob. They set up the security on Anita's phone and email. Lisbeth and Mikael are joined on the flight by Plague and an unnamed guy. They tap Anita's phone and email.
   Blomkvist's cat is burned to death. The cat is decapitated and it's front paws are snapped.
   Mikael is looking in the windows of Martin's house when he comes out and tells him he has a gun. He brings Mikael inside. Mikael goes into Martin's house while he isn't home. He grabs a knife. Martin returns and Blomkvist leaves. Martin sees him outside and offers him a drink. They go inside and Martin notices the missing knife and then pulls the gun.
   Mikael is looking in the windows of Martin's house when he comes out and tells him he has a gun. He brings Mikael inside. Mikael goes into Martin's house while he isn't home. He grabs a knife. Martin returns and Blomkvist leaves. Martin sees him outside and offers him a drink. They go inside and Martin notices the missing knife and then pulls the gun.
   Lisbeth offers her report on Blomkvist to Froder. She notes that he is having an affair with Berger. That is all she says. She tells Froder that Mikael performs cunnilingus but not enough in her opinion.
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