What's the Difference between World War Z the Book and World War Z the Movie?

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World War Z

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Released: 2006
Author: Max Brooks

World War Z

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Released: 2013
Director: Marc Forster
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In the Book In the Movie
Max Brooks
Gerry Lane
Portrayed by: Brad Pitt
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Karen Lane
Portrayed by: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0257969/?ref_=tt_cl_t2
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Karen Lane
Portrayed by: Mireille Enos
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Captain Speke, U.S. Army special forces
Portrayed by: James Badge Dale
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Gunter Haffner
Portrayed by: David Morse
Paul Redeker
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General Travis D'Ambrosia
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Todd Wainio
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Colonel Christina Eliopolis
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Breckenridge "Breck" Scott
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Roy Elliot
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Stanly MacDonald
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Rolihlahla/Nelson Mandela
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Dr. Kwang Jingshu
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Captain Chen
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Hyungchul Choi
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Tomonaga Ijiro
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Kondo Tatsumi
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General Raj-Singh
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Jurgen Warbrunn
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Father Sergei Ryzhkov
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Philip Adler
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Emile Renard
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Andre Renard
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Queen Elizabeth II
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World War Z Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   The North Korean population disapears into tunnels under the country to avoid the zombies. The population has their teeth removed so that no one can be bitten.
   The American government is slow to react because of overconfidence. They ignored outbreaks in other countries because they didn't believe they would be harmed. The American's are the good guys and they are the ones who save the day.
   The military uses a tool called the "Lobo" to smash the brains of the zombies to save ammunition. There is no "Lobo".
   The format of book involved a U.N. employee interviewing survivors of the zompocalypse about the zombie apocolypse and their experiences. Explores why the world wasn't prepared to deal with the zombie hoards. The movie is basically your race-against-time action/thrillerwhere the U.N employee is the reluctant hero who must overcome insurmountable odds to save the world (and just maybe… the woman he loves).
   The Zombie war has been going on for ten years. The events of the zombie outbreak are only covered for a few weeks.
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The movie have nothing in common with the book.
14 Jul 2013 Anonymous


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