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‘DIVERGENT’ Soundtrack Cover revealed!

The Divergent soundtrack cover has been revealed.

Ellie Goulding just announced that she would be on the Divergent soundtrack as Tris’ voice.

Check out the cover:

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The date for the Divergent has not be revealed yet but stay tuned. See Divergent on March 21.

What are your thoughts on the cover?

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Ellie Goulding Officially Announces Involvement in ‘DIVERGENT’ soundtrack!

Ellie Goulding just officially announced her involvement on the Divergent soundtrack.

Late last year Ellie had tweeted #Divergent and the director Neil Burger also said that Ellie would be involved with the Divergent soundtrack.

Ellie was a guest on Good Morning America this morning and she announced that she would be the voice of Tris.

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Ellie also tweeted this:

 


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‘DIVERGENT’ Featured in Justine Magazine!

The release of Divergent is getting closer and closer. Divergent is featured in the December/January issue of Justine Magazine.

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In the magazine Shailene Woodley is interviewed and talks how she relates to Tris, Theo James as Four and challenges filming.

Plus the spread in Justine Magazine features a new behind the scenes photo:

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Thanks to @alohashai for the scans.


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VOTE for ‘DIVERGENT’ in the 3rd Round of MTV’s Movie Brawl!

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So because all of you Initiates showed your love Divergent has made it to the 3rd round of MTV’s Movie Brawl.

Divergent is now apart of the Elite Eight in MTV’s Movie Brawl up against Maps to the Stars

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Be sure to vote as much as you can so that Divergent can win.

Here is the schedule to vote:
January 16: Sweet Sixteen
January 20: Elite Eight
January 23: Final Four
January 27: Final Two
January 30: The Winner… Revealed!

CLICK HER E TO VOTE FOR DIVERGENT IN MTV’S MOVIE BRAWL


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VOTE for ‘DIVERGENT’ in Round 2 of MTV’s Movie Brawl!

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Thanks to you amazing Initiates, Divergent won their first round in MTV’s Movie Brawl against Jupiter Ascending.

Now Divergent has made it to round 2 up against Interstellar.

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If Divergent wins this category it will be up against XMEN: Days of Future Past or Maps to the Stars in round 3

Be sure to vote as much as you can so that Divergent can win.

Here is the schedule to vote:
January 16: Sweet Sixteen
January 20: Elite Eight
January 23: Final Four
January 27: Final Two
January 30: The Winner… Revealed!

CLICK HER E TO VOTE FOR DIVERGENT IN MTV’S MOVIE BRAWL


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‘DIVERGENT’ Trading Cards coming in February!

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The release of Divergent is right around the corner. NECA will be releasing trading cards for the film. The cards are supposed to be released in February.

2014 NECA Divergent trading cards follow a similar format to the card maker’s other recent hobby offerings. Based on a potential blockbuster movie franchise that originated as a series of young adult novels, many will draw comparisons to both The Hunger Games and Twilight.

The 2014 NECA Divergent base set has approximately 80 cards (the checklist and final configuration is still being determined) that feature images from the film.

Unlike NECA’s set for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Divergent does have insert cards. Hopefully you’re not expecting any autographs or memorabilia cards, though. The only chase set is a nine-card puzzle.

More information on the Divergent trading cards:

Estimated Release Date: 2/14
Product Configuration: 24 packs per box, 6 cards per pack
Price Point: Low-End Entertainment Card
Target Audience: Divergent Fans, Set Builders

2014 NECA Divergent Box Break
144 Total Cards

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See Divergent in theatres on March 21.


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Shailene Woodley talks DIVERGENT’ with @EW!

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Our Tris, Shailene Woodley,  talked with Entertainment Weekly about Divergent, The Fault in Our Stars and The Spectacular Now.

Check out what she said about Divergent:

You’ve recently become the go-to person for YA literary adaptations. I’ve been trying to figure out if there’s something that unites the characters you’re playing in all these movies – The Spectacular Now, Divergent, and The Fault in Our Stars — and what I came up with is that it seems like all of them could be described as loners.
I don’t think so. I wouldn’t say that Aimee’s a loner. I think that she’s somebody who chooses not to have a lot of friends because she just doesn’t have anything in common with a lot of high school kids. She’s got an old soul, and she’s incredibly wise and intelligent, and is an introvert. I think that Tris [from Divergent] isn’t a loner; she’s just from a faction that doesn’t lend to compassionate friendships. And I think that Hazel [from The Fault in Our Stars] isn’t a loner, I think she’s somebody that by circumstance isn’t around a lot of people often. So I actually don’t think there’s much correlation between any of them, apart from the fact that they’re all around the same age.

Your Spectacular Now costar Miles also appears in Divergent as one of your character’s main adversaries. What was it like to act opposite him again?
It was amazing. Miles is my favorite person to act across from, because we both approach acting from the same vantage point — which is, we really both love to be on a movie set. A lot of actors go on movie sets and take it incredibly seriously, and don’t talk to anyone, and kind of keep to themselves, or have to keep in character. Which is their process, and there’s no judgment, and that’s great for them. But that’s not how I work. I love the interaction with every single person involved, and so does Miles. So it was fun to have somebody that I could play with.

How did you feel when you heard that director Neil Burger won’t return for Divervent‘s sequel, Insurgent?
Yeah, it was a bit of a shock. I just found out a few days ago. [EW interviewed Woodley on Dec. 19.] We were actually doing reshoots when I found out. It’s kind of strange to think that it’s his baby, and it’s going to be passed on to the next person – and I guess this happens all the time in franchises – but I’ve never been a part of a franchise, and I’ve never experienced anything like it. It was shocking. This entire movie has been about Neil’s vision, and one of the reasons I did it was because I thought his vision was so beautiful and so strong. So yeah, it was just more shocking than anything.

[Spoiler alert!] I also wanted to ask about your reaction to the ending of Allegiant.
I was stoked. I thought that it was such a badass decision of Veronica Roth, and so incredibly powerful. I love that she didn’t sort of buy into the breakdown of what most young adult books, like, the outline of what’s happened in previous young adult books. Men die all the time in films – heroes do. But a lot of sweet heroines don’t. And so I thought it was a very powerful, profound decision on her part. And I really love that she had the courage and the bravery to do that.

Are you excited to see Shai in Divergent and TFiOS? Divergent hits theaters on March 21.