Fight Club Author Says China's Censored Version More Closely Resembles The Novel's Ending

Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk says that China's recent change to the ending of the movie adaptation is actually closer to the final moments of his book.

Speaking to TMZ, Palahniuk claimed that he's actually fine with the change. "The irony is that the way the Chinese have changed it is they’ve aligned the ending almost exactly with the ending of the book, as opposed to Fincher’s ending, which was the more spectacular visual ending," he said. "So, in a way, the Chinese brought the movie back to the book a little bit."

The ending of Palahniuk's novel saw the main character--known only as "the narrator"-- work alongside his anarchic team Project Mayhem to set off homemade bombs in an attempt to topple a nearby skyscraper. When his all-controlling alter ego, Tyler Durden, suddenly disappears from his mind, the narrator waits to be killed by the explosion, only to find that the bombs have malfunctioned. After trying to shoot himself with a gun, he awakes in a mental hospital.

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