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25th Jul '16 8:50:13 AM Josef5678
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* ''Film/TheMartian
9th Jul '16 12:58:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames the game]] and ''Bionicle Heroes''.

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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Bionicle}}'' [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames the game]] and ''Bionicle Heroes''.
6th Jul '16 2:27:40 PM AnneOfCleves
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* ''DeathNote''

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* ''DeathNote''''Anime/DeathNote''
6th Jul '16 2:27:02 PM AnneOfCleves
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* ''TheGodfatherPartII''

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* ''TheGodfatherPartII''''Film/TheGodfatherPartII''
6th Jul '16 2:25:14 PM AnneOfCleves
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* ''ComicBook/SinCity''

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* ''ComicBook/SinCity''''BlackButler'' season 3 and "Book of Murder" {{OVA}}



* ''BlackButler'' season 3 and "Book of Murder" {{OVA}}

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* ''BlackButler'' season 3 and "Book of Murder" {{OVA}}''ComicBook/SinCity''


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* ''DeathNote''
6th Jul '16 2:22:58 PM AnneOfCleves
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** Manga and novel adaptations that are of finished works tend to be in the 3-5 range, unless they are very old and established works with previous adaptations, in which case the previous rule applies.

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** Manga and novel adaptations that are of finished works tend to be in the 3-5 range, unless they are very old and established works with previous adaptations, in which case they might fall lower on the previous rule applies.scale.
6th Jul '16 2:21:51 PM AnneOfCleves
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* ''Theatre/LesMiserables'' could be called a type 1 but has enough plot points from the novel to make it a type 2.

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* ''Theatre/LesMiserables'' could be called a type 1 but has enough plot points from the novel to make it a type 2.musical
6th Jul '16 2:18:51 PM AnneOfCleves
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* ''{{Clueless}}'' and ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' both preserve a lot of the plots and broader character outlines from their original JaneAusten novels (''{{Emma}}'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'', respectively), enough that they're instantly recognizable to fans of those books. However, they move them to the modern day, requiring drastic changes in specific situations and, especially, gender roles and other social norms. [[spoiler: The Mr. Churchill equivalent in ''Clueless'' is gay rather than "engaged to another woman." Lydia's big scandal in ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' involves a sex tape rather than an elopement, and Charlotte chooses the wrong job rather than the wrong man for convenience.]]

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* ''{{Clueless}}'' and ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' both preserve a lot of the plots and broader character outlines from their original JaneAusten novels (''{{Emma}}'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'', respectively), enough that they're instantly recognizable to fans of those books. However, they move them to the modern day, requiring drastic changes in specific situations and, especially, gender roles and other social norms. [[spoiler: The Christian, the Mr. Churchill equivalent in ''Clueless'' is gay rather than "engaged to another woman." Lydia's big scandal in ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' involves a sex tape rather than an elopement, and Charlotte chooses the wrong job for convenience rather than the wrong man for convenience.husband.]]
6th Jul '16 2:17:41 PM AnneOfCleves
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* ''{{Clueless}}'' and ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' both preserve a lot of the plots and broader character outlines from their original JaneAusten novels (''{{Emma}}'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'', respectively), enough that they're instantly recognizable to fans of those books. However, they move them to the modern day, changing some of the specific situations and, especially, the gender roles, to fit this. [[spoiler: The Mr. Churchill equivalent in ''Clueless'' is gay rather than "engaged to another woman." Lydia's big scandal in ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' involves a sex tape rather than an elopement, and Charlotte chooses the wrong job rather than the wrong man for convenience.]]

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* ''{{Clueless}}'' and ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' both preserve a lot of the plots and broader character outlines from their original JaneAusten novels (''{{Emma}}'' and ''PrideAndPrejudice'', respectively), enough that they're instantly recognizable to fans of those books. However, they move them to the modern day, changing some of the requiring drastic changes in specific situations and, especially, the gender roles, to fit this.roles and other social norms. [[spoiler: The Mr. Churchill equivalent in ''Clueless'' is gay rather than "engaged to another woman." Lydia's big scandal in ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' involves a sex tape rather than an elopement, and Charlotte chooses the wrong job rather than the wrong man for convenience.]]
6th Jul '16 2:16:40 PM AnneOfCleves
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* The older and more established the original work is, and the more existing film adaptations that have been done with it, the less "need" new adaptations will feel to stick closely to the original, and the more likely chance that they will take their own approaches. This is especially true if the work is in the PublicDomain, and that's why works by people like WilliamShakespeare, JaneAusten and CharlesDickens get so many [[SettingUpdate Setting Updates]].

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* The older and more established the original work is, and the more existing film adaptations that have been done with it, the less "need" new adaptations will feel to stick closely to the original, and the more likely chance that they will take their own approaches. This is especially true if the work is in the PublicDomain, and that's why works by people like WilliamShakespeare, JaneAusten and CharlesDickens get so many [[SettingUpdate Setting Updates]].Updates]] and reinterpretations.
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