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When it comes to novels being turned into movies, I feel this is a very tricky thing to do. Think of Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. The novel was published in 2012, then just a year later it started being filmed by 20th Century Fox. When the director and 20th Century Fox made Gone Girl the film, they had to make sure to include as many details as they could so they could make fans happy. Well, if they didn't do a could job they would have made a whole fan base very angry. With this movie, it was done beautifully. Although the book does provide you with more of a back story for the characters than the movie, the movie still gives you enough back story so you can connect to and sympathize with the characters.
Contributed by Tyler Mullins