Think you know "Twilight" inside and out? Take our quiz to see if you can detect key differences between the blockbuster film and the novel that started it all.
In the film, Bella and Edward's first kiss takes place in Bella's bedroom. In the novel, however this magic moment occurs in the woods.
In the film, Edward calls Bella a "spider monkey" and tells her to hop on. He never uses this nickname for Bella in the book.
In the movie, Rosalie breaks a bowl after learning that Bella had already eaten. This scene never occurs in the novel.
This movie scene — inspired by the cover of the novel — never actually takes place in the book.
In the film, Mr. Molina takes the biology class on a trip to a greenhouse. There is no such field trip in the novel.
Eric and Ben from the novel are combined to create the Eric character you see on screen.
The Lauren character from the book never appears in the movie. Instead, her personality is blended with Jessica's book persona to create the Jessica role for the film.
While Bella and Edward share "I love yous" throughout the book, they never utter these words to one another during the film.
While Jasper is able to feel and manipulate the emotions of others in the book, this special power never comes up in the "Twilight" movie.
While some of the characters hit the waves during the beach scene in the movie, no surfing takes place in the book.
Waylon Forge — a character who never appears in the book — is killed while fixing his board early in the movie.
In the book, Bella ditches Jasper and Alice at Phoenix Airport. In the movie, she sneaks away while they are at the hotel.
In the book, Bella and Edward have the vampire talk while driving home from Port Angeles. In the film, this conversation takes place in the forest.
The Cullens prepare an Italian meal for Bella — believing she is Italian, because of her name. In the book, this meal planning never takes place.
While Bella unleashes her pepper spray on James in the film, she leaves it at home in her duffle bag in the novel.
Rosalie refers to Emmett as her monkey man in the film, but never uses this nickname in the movie.
Bella cooks most of the meals in the Swan household in the book, but she and Charlie tend to mostly eat at the diner in the movie.
In the film, the vampire trio appear onscreen early, hunting and killing humans. In the book, these characters don't appear until the baseball game.
Edward stalls Bella so Tyler can ask her to the dance. In the movie, this scene — and the dance itself — never takes place.
In the novel, Bella works at the sporting goods store. She is never shown working anywhere in the movie.
Bella faints during a classroom blood test in the book — a scene which isn't shown in the movie.
Bella's biology teach is named Mr. Banner in the book, but Mr. Molina in the film.
While the family routinely wears the crest in the movie, this never takes place in the book.
Fans of the film get to see stepdad Phil as he drives Bella to the airport. There's no mention of Phil making this drive in the book.
In the novel, Jacob gives Bella the low-down on the vampires. In the movie, Bella buys a book on legends at the Port Angeles bookstore and also does some research online.
In the film, viewers see countless graduation caps hung on the wall. This display is never mentioned in the novel.
Bella relies on a portable CD player in the novel. By 2008, when the film came out, the iPod had taken over so Bella was able to upgrade.
The movie prom takes place at a nice hotel, while the prom described in the book is held at the school gym.
Movie viewers are able to see Victoria spying on Bella and Edward — an event which doesn't take place in the book.
Author Stephenie Meyer appears in the Forks diner during a movie cameo. Obviously, this never happened in her famous novel.