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VOTE for @DIVERGENT in MTV’s Movie Brawl!


Initiates we need all of you guys help. Divergent is up for MTV’s Movie Brawl. They are up against Jupiter Asending. We have a little over 2 days to vote for Divergent to move to the next round to be up against Interstellar or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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Here is the schedule for the coming weeks for voting:

January 13: Round 1: Fight!
January 16: Sweet Sixteen
January 20: Elite Eight
January 23: Final Four
January 27: Final Two
January 30: The Winner… Revealed!

Head over to MTV MOVIE  BRAWL and vote as many times as you can for Divergent to make it to the next round.  Once you head over click the box that says Divergent vs Jupiter Ascending and of course vote for DIVERGENT. Once you’ve voted repeat it again so that Divergent can win.


Let’s show everyone what us Initiates are made of and how much we love Divergent.

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WATCH: Behind the Scenes @DIVERGENT Set Interviews with Mark at The Movies!

Mark at the Movies was able to visit the Divergent set while they were filming. He interviewed Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Maggie Q and more.

Check out the interview:

What do you think?

Divergent hits theaters on March 21.

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3 New @DIVERGENT Stills Featuring Tris and Four!


The LA Times has just released 3 new Divergent stills. You will find one still above and the other two stills in the article.

In the article Shailene Woodley, Veronica Roth and director Neil Burger all talk about Tris.

One still features Tris and Four on a Dauntless train:


When the director and producers of the dystopian action-adventure film “Divergent” sought inspiration for the movie’s teenage heroine, they didn’t turn to “The Hunger Games’” Katniss Everdeen or “Twilight’s” Bella Swan, as might have been expected. Instead, the filmmakers recalled James Dean’s Jim Stark, the rebellious protagonist who defies his parents and his peers in 1955′s “Rebel Without a Cause.”

“He just doesn’t feel at home,” director Neil Burger said. “So he goes looking for something more.”

“This is a sort of dream city,” said producer Douglas Wick of the film due out March 21 from Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment, the studio behind the box office giants “Twilight” and “The Hunger Games” — films that reached heights that executives are optimistic “Divergent” can attain. “It is a city that saved the world from great chaos. It is a city that has great harmony and the factions worked — but that system is starting to fray, which is our story.”

At the heart of that story is Tris, played by rising star Shailene Woodley (“The Descendants,” “The Spectacular Now”).

Tris is born into Abnegation, the faction that values selflessness, but her personality test reveals she is divergent, having an aptitude for multiple factions — something that is not allowed in the rigidly divided society. She hides her divergence and decides to join Dauntless, the faction based on bravery.

Her choice lands her among a group of tattooed warriors, including love interest “Four” (Theo James), and sees her leaping on and off trains, ziplining, shooting and knife-throwing, and facing off against other kids as part of a brutal initiation into the faction. But as it becomes more difficult to hide her divergence, Tris realizes that the faction system is flawed.

“She starts out questioning where she fits into society, and then by the end of the movie, she’s questioning society itself,” Burger said.

She really is very, very self-sufficient and is her own kind of warrior in terms of she wanted to do her stunts herself,” producer Lucy Fisher said. “She has a huge amount of inner strength. … She’s very mature beyond her age, as is Tris.”

For Woodley, the draw was the story’s universal appeal, she said, and its parallels with the world we live in.


“It’s not just about young people figuring their way through life,” she said. “It’s about young people being in really adult situations, and they’re treated like adults, which is how adolescents are these days. Everybody’s incredibly smart, and there’s not a lot of movies that do that age range justice.”

That’s just what Roth was aiming for. And though she doesn’t necessarily consider Tris a role model — she can be impulsive and self-destructive — she is guiding her own story.

“Tris is a character with a lot of agency and a lot of power,” Roth said. “One of my rules for myself was Tris has to be somehow responsible for what happens to her, for better or for worse; no acts of God.”

To read the full article from the LA Times click here.

Divergent hits theaters this year on March 21st.


Photo: New DIVERGENT Still of Tris and Four During Capture the Flag!

A new still has surfaced of Tris and Four during Capture the flag. The picture features Shailene Woodley as Tris and Theo James as Four playing holding paintball guns during capture the flag.



Thanks to @clairelalina for the scan and Trisandfour.com

What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments!


Vote for ‘DIVERGENT’ in MTV’s Movie Brawl 2014!

Every year MTV has a movie brawl competition. Want Divergent to be in the runnings? You have to vote!

The idea is pretty simple: 32 movies released between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014 enter; one movie leaves. Until the end of January, you let us know by voting on the MTV Movie Brawl page what should stay and what should leave. Every few days, we eliminate half the movies until one victor remains to reign supreme.


MTV is letting fans vote for their favorite movies and you can of course vote for DIVERGENT!

What you have to do is vote by either tweeting using #mtvmoviebrawl or leave a comment on MTV by clicking here.

This is the schedule for the voting:

January 8: Call For Submissions
January 13: Round 1: Fight!
January 16: Sweet Sixteen
January 20: Elite Eight
January 23: Final Four
January 27: Final Two
January 30: The Winner… Revealed!

MTV will add all of the votes up on January 12th so be sure to hurry and vote!

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Shailene Woodley featured in W Magazine’s Best Performances Portfolio!

Our Tris, Shailene Woodley is featured in W Magazine’s Best Performances Portfolio. She joined other actors like Jennifer Lawrence, Idris Elba, Amy Adams and more.


Shailene Woodley, on breasts:

“When I saw Titanic, I wasn’t allowed to look when Kate Winslet took her robe off and posed naked for Leonardo DiCaprio. My patent were in the room, and they made me turn my faces so that I didn’t see her breasts. We had French doors to our backyard, and I could see the scene reflected in the glass. I remember thinking, oh, my God- one day I’m going to have those, and it’s so exciting.