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'''''The Golden Compass''''' is the film adaptation of ''[[Northern Lights]]'', the first book of the ''[[His Dark Materials (trilogy)|His Dark Materials]]'' trilogy by [[Philip Pullman]]. The film was released on December 5, 2007 by [[New Line Cinema]]. The project was announced in February 2002, following the success of other recent adaptations of fantasy epics. With a budget of $180 million, it is one of New Line's biggest-budget projects ever after a series of box office disappointments preceding the release.
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'''''The Golden Compass''''' is the film adaptation of ''[[Northern Lights]]'', the first book of the ''[[His Dark Materials (trilogy)|His Dark Materials]]'' trilogy by [[Philip Pullman]]. The film was released on December 5, 2007 by [[wikipedia:New Link Cinema|New Line Cinema]]. The project was announced in February 2002, following the success of other recent adaptations of fantasy epics. With a budget of $180 million, it is one of New Line's biggest-budget projects ever after a series of box office disappointments preceding the release.
   
 
Before its release the film received criticism from both secular organizations and fans of His Dark Materials for the dilution of the religious elements from the novels, and also theist organizations - in particular, it was the subject of a boycott campaign by the U.S. Catholic League due to perceived anti-Catholic themes.
 
Before its release the film received criticism from both secular organizations and fans of His Dark Materials for the dilution of the religious elements from the novels, and also theist organizations - in particular, it was the subject of a boycott campaign by the U.S. Catholic League due to perceived anti-Catholic themes.
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Revision as of 15:41, October 26, 2017

"There are worlds beyond our own
The compass will show the way.
"
—Official tagline

The Golden Compass is the film adaptation of Northern Lights, the first book of the His Dark Materials trilogy by Philip Pullman. The film was released on December 5, 2007 by New Line Cinema. The project was announced in February 2002, following the success of other recent adaptations of fantasy epics. With a budget of $180 million, it is one of New Line's biggest-budget projects ever after a series of box office disappointments preceding the release.

Before its release the film received criticism from both secular organizations and fans of His Dark Materials for the dilution of the religious elements from the novels, and also theist organizations - in particular, it was the subject of a boycott campaign by the U.S. Catholic League due to perceived anti-Catholic themes.

Cast

Lead Roles

Children

Jordan College staff

The Gyptians

Witches

Bolvangar staff

Others

Armoured Bears

Daemons

Differences between the novel and the film

Physical appearances of the characters

  • Marisa Coulter is supposed to have black hair, but Nicole Kidman was blonde for this film.

External links

Notes and references

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