Top 10 Biggest Differences Between Stephen King Books and Movies

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When books are adapted into hollywood movies, not everything makes the cut onto the silver screen, but some of the things left out of these adaptions of Stephen King books really had fans upset. WatchMojo presents the top 10 Biggest Differences Between Stephen King Books and Movies! But what will take the top spot on our list?

00:50 #10. Tad Dies in the Novel from “Cujo”
01:24 #9. The Subplot of the Estranged Wife & Daughter Are Made Up for the Movie from “1408”
02:09 #8. Monster Rarely Appears as a Clown from “It”
02:51 #7. Mostly Everything from “The Lawnmower Man”
03:33 #6. Ben Richards Is Less of a Hero from “The Running Man”
04:33 #5. Carrie Doesn’t Cause Destruction from the Stage from “Carrie”
05:09 #4. The Hobbling Scene Is Much More Gruesome from “Misery”
05:55 #3, #2, #1 ???

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Biggest Differences Between Stephen King Books and Movies

  1. I see no reason to not like The Shining. It’s a pure cinema masterpiece of suspense and horror. I **personally** like the movie way better than the book, and I typically love the Stephen King book better than the movie.

  2. Stephen King novels aren’t the only stories that get changed around when made into movies. It happen for Anne Rice’s Interview with A Vampire as well. Also for a scene in Omen 3 The Final Conflict. “The disciples of the watch” scene.

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