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See Tris, Four and Peter in this new ‘Insurgent’ still!

Yes, Initiates! We got another still of Tris, Four and Peter, this time in Amity! As everyone is carrying food, we guess they are in the cafeteria (trying the Amity bread?) with Four and Peter about to get into a fight.

The still was revealed yesterday by LA Times, with the following plot: “In the ruins of futuristic Chicago, rebels battle a power-hungry cabal.”

We’re more than excited for ‘Insurgent’! If you missed the latest still check it out here.

Vía F’Yeah Theo James.

Post by Mary Mendez.

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New DIVERGENT Still featuring Tris and Four Meeting for the First Time!

Shailene Woodley is featured on the cover of Elle Magazine’s November issue. In the Issue a brand new still of Tris and Four meeting for the first time was revealed. The image is right before Tris rolls out of the net after jumping off of the building into Dauntless compound. Thanks to our friends over at IamDivergent and Divergentfans.com we have a better look at the new still.

 

How exciting is this to see when Tris and Four first meet? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Divergent hits theaters on March 21,2014.


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The Official DIVERGENT Posters are Finally Here!

Yahoo Movies just debuted the first two official Divergent posters. The one poster features Shailene Woodley as Tris and the other Theo James as Four.

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Divergent hits theaters on March 21, 2014.


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DIVERGENT App Now Available in the App Store!

The release of the Divergent movie is getting closer and closer. Summit has created  Divergent app for the film. The app features new and never before seen still of Edward, Christina, Natalie, Andrew, Tris and Caleb Prior, Tori, Max, Eric, Tobias and Marcus Eaton, Molly, Peter, Will and Al. Thanks to our Affiliates Divergents UK and IamDivergent we have some of the stills.

You can order the DIVERGENT app here.


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First Look at Tris and Four Posters!

Thanks to our friends at Divergent Life, we found out that on the Summit Entertainment Youtube page, the background is two l photos, one featuring Tobias/Four with his back tattoos and one that features Tris with her collarbone tattoos.

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The posters are blurry, but this is a first look at what is to come on September 23rd.

How amazing do these posters look? You can see a lot of the detail in Tobias’ back tattoo.

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New DIVERGENT Still Featuring Tris Preparing to Jump into Dauntless Compound!

We recently got a trailer for Divergent and we’ve been on cloud 9 ever since.

Today I believe we just got bumped up.to cloud 10 because Summit has released a brand new still from the Divergent trailer of Tris. The still features Shailene Woodley as Tris preparing to jump into the Dauntless Compound.

Check it out:

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The pictures was captioned “Don’t think. Just jump.” Are you excited to see this scene doing the Divergent movie? Me too.

Divergent hits theaters and IMAX on March 21, 2014.


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New ‘DIVERGENT’ still featuring Tris and Caleb at the Choosing Ceremony!

USA today released a brand new Divergent photo of Tris and Caleb at the Choosing Ceremony.

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USA Today also did an interview with Shailene Woodley:

CHICAGO — The sacred Choosing Ceremony Day has arrived on the set of Divergent.

One by one, the candidates step onto the marble altar in front of hundreds of citizens, standing before five ceramic bowls to make their fateful decision: Which of the five social factions will they join in the socially stratified world of this dystopian future?

The heroine of Divergent, Tris (Shailene Woodley), steps cautiously onto the altar, stopping before the ceremonial bowls representing Abnegation (the selfless), Candor (the honest), Amity (the peaceful), Erudite (the intelligent) and Dauntless (the brave).

She pauses for 15 seconds, deep in thought, before finally drawing a knife over her palm above her chosen bowl.

“Dauntless,” a voice cries out.

The Dauntless faction in the auditorium lets out a berserk cheer in the way that only the chosen protectors of a society can. But Tris still seems distracted as she makes her way over to her new family and sits quietly in the front row.

It is, after all, a life-changing decision and a blood bond with her new faction, which requires Tris to leave her parents, who look crestfallen in the Abnegation section.

“There’s a lot going through Tris’ head. This is a definitive decision,” Woodley says afterward. “She doesn’t think her home is ever going to be reopened after this. So she’s understandably extremely emotional.”

But the scene, shot in Chicago’s modern Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist in front of hundreds of extras, has an even deeper meaning for Woodley, 21. Taking the role of Tris in the potential blockbuster franchise — Divergent is the first of three books from Veronica Roth and is on a pace to sell 4 million copies — was a step Woodley insists was taken with a great deal of care.

Taking an on-set break on a steamy July afternoon (with the church’s air-conditioning system in disrepair), still wearing her Abnegation garb, Woodley recalls the thought process of joining Divergent (out March 21).

“It was a huge decision,” she says. “At first, I was not planning to take this opportunity, because it felt overwhelming. If there is success and if it happens in a way that was anything similar to Hunger Games or Twilight, that’s extremely intimidating. Especially for a very homely nature chic like me.”

Neil Burger also added a few notes:

“This movie has a massive audience and machine behind it. It exposes her to a different situation for her life. It’s a different thing from the independent movies that she’s been doing, which are really great. ”

“She was this rebel where she had this cockiness, yet underneath, she was vulnerable and capable of all sorts of hurt,” he says. “I loved that quality about her.”

He offered her what many actresses would consider the role of a lifetime. But Woodley says she was still thinking about saying no until her mother convinced her that she would be “crazy not take this on.”

“My mother said, ‘You’ve never declined a part because of what could happen. You’ve never not done something from a place of fear,’ ” Woodley says. ” ‘You cannot say, this is a big-budget film, so I don’t want to do it. You have to decide if you are passionate about it.’ “

Check out the rest of the interview at USA today