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It's no secret that Hollywood often takes liberties when it comes to adapting novels and other works of fiction for the big screen. In most cases, these changes are made in order to make the story more appealing to a wider audience. However, sometimes filmmakers take things too far in their efforts to "clean up" the story and end up leaving out weird or dark details that were an important part of the original work.

There are a lot of things Hollywood gets wrong when it comes to adapting books to the big screen. Sometimes they leave out important plot points or change character development arcs. But sometimes, they also omit weird or dark details that made the book interesting in the first place.

Here are a few examples of big-screen adaptations that left out weird or dark details.

In the True Blood books, Lafayette didn't make it he on got killed off. He's a totally different character, though-- author Charlaine Harris says that her Lafayette didn't have as much dimension and life and incredible lovable-ness. CRACKED.COM

Source: Vulture

In the book version of The Handmaid's Tale, Black people were resettled. They're called the children of Hamp one of Noah's sons and got forcibly moved to somewhere called the National Homelands in the Midwest. CRACKED.COM

Source: Vulture

In the Bridgerton books, Simon and Daphne's quarrel about kids is much worse. Simon doesn't want kids, so Daphne rapes him one night when he's drunk and half-asleep, and makes sure he doesn't pull out. CRACKED.COM

Source: US Magazine

In the Fifty Shades of Grey book, Ana's inner goddess pops up all the time. Fifty Shades of Grey The reactions of her inner goddess get described a lot, like My very small inner goddess sways in a gentle victorious samba. CRACKED.COM

Source: Vulture

In the Doctor Sleep novel, the True Knot infects themselves with measles. The Baseball Boy had measles, so they get measles too when they kill him -- so they're searching Abra partly to find a cure. CRACKED.COM

Source: Vulture

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