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See All 15 New @Divergent #INSURGENT Stills featuring Uriah, Caleb, Evelyn & more Here!

Today was a huge day for the Divergent fandom. A bunch of sites shared exclusive stills of characters from Insurgent.

We, Divergent Faction revealed a still of Peter(Miles Teller)

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Other fansites IamDivergent, TrisandFoursite, Divergent Fans, Divergent Nation, Professional Fan Girls,  Page Turners Blog, Page to Premiere, Screen Reels, Fangirlish, Fandom Net, That’s Normal, YAHollywood, FandemoniumNet, and FYeahTheoJames.

The stills feature Natalie Prior, Marcus Eaton, Marlene, Uriah, Tori, Johanna, Evelyn, Edgar, Jack Kang, Max, Check out the other stills below:

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Does this make you even more excited to see Insurgent?

Insurgent hits theatersin Imax 3D, 3D and 2D on March 20.

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See all 8 ‘INSURGENT’ Character Posters #TruthIsComing

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Yesterday Lionsgate unveiled eight character posters for the Divergent sequel Insurgent.  The posters are 3D interactive posters and they include Tris, Four, Tori, Uriah, Christina, Max, Peter and Caleb. Head over to http://www.thedivergentseries.com/ to see the 3D interactive posters!

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Not only did Lionsgate reveal the first eight posters but they also announced that Insurgent will not only screen in 2D but also in 3D.

Insurgent opens in theaters on March 20, 2015.


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Veronica Roth talks Uriah casting and Allegiant movies with @Vulture!

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Veronica Roth recently talked with Vulture about the casting of Uriah in Insurgent. As we all know Uriah was not in the first movie, Divergent, which was a huge problem for fans.

Here is what Veronica said about Uriah being casted:

They haven’t cast it yet, because he doesn’t need to start shooting for a little while

Her expectations on Uriah’s casting:

I try not to think like that, because if they don’t cast someone who doesn’t fit my very specific mental image, there’s no point in being upset about that — to a certain extent. If they cast a white boy, I would be kind of upset about that. I just try to make sure that I’m clear that it’s very important.

Allegiant being split into 2 parts:

Where would I split it? Probably after they leave the city. Because there’s a lot going on in that early part, and then they leave the city and figure out what’s out there, and I think that makes sense.

Are you excited to see who will be casted as Uriah in Insurgent?

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INSURGENT CASTING NEWS: Keiynan Lonsdale cast as Uriah in INSURGENT movie!

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This is what all of us have been waiting for. The casting of one of the most beloved characters in the Divergent series, Uriah. We’ll wait no longer. Keiynan Lonsdale has been casted as Uriah in Insurgent. Since Uriah was not in Divergent so this is huge for us.

Filming for Insurgent started on May 27. Insurgent hits theaters on March 20.

Keiynan is absolutely perfect for Uriah. He has that Dauntless look.

What do you guys think? Perfect right?!

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Veronica Roth Talks, Allegiant, Which Character she wanted to Kill in Insurgent, Uriah and More!

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Veronica Roth took to her twitter and Tumblr to answer a few fan questions. She talks which character she tried to kill in Insurgent, Allegiant, Uriah and more. Check out the Questions and Answers below!

lameesabdulhakeem asked: i’m lamees from Saudi Arabia and i’m a huge fan of your books,my question is was there any character that you thought of killing in the first and second book but didn’t??

Thanks! And yes— I tried SO HARD to kill Marcus in the second book, over and over again, but the man just continued to live! It was very frustrating. But in retrospect, I think it was for the best.

crescentstarlight asked: Would you rather fight a horse sized duck or a hundred duck sized horses?

Horse sized duck! I am easily intimidated by large swarms of things. And one foe is always easier to face than hundreds, I think— just one good hit and you’re done. Although the idea of a horse sized duck is pretty horrifying. Thanks for putting THAT in my brain.

averycoolgal asked: Do you have any plans for after allegiant? Loved all the books!

This is a common question I’m getting, so I’ll publish my answer publicly and consider it answered: first of all, thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed them. 🙂

RE: your question, I may be done with Allegiant, but I’m not done with the short stories, so that’s what I’m working on in the short term. In the long term, I’ll be taking a little break, watching this movie stuff unfold, and generally letting my life get a little quieter for awhile.

However, I do love to write, and I don’t intend to stop. I do have a bunch of ideas for what to do next, but I never share that kind of thing before it’s finished because I wouldn’t want people to get attached to an idea that doesn’t actually end up working for me. So, I don’t know what will be next for me, or when!

iamifollow asked: Does a YA female protagonist *have* to be strong? Sometimes I really want to write about weakness, and then I get scared because I feel like people will look at it from this bigger perspective and see it as an “all female characters are weak and feeble, what a setback for feminism, Bella Swan eat your heart out” type thing. Is there room for true weakness in female characters anymore? Or is anything less than the strength of characters like Tris Prior or Katniss Everdeen simply “wrong”?

This is a really great question. I just read an interesting article about it, actually, here:http://www.newstatesman.com/culture/2013/08/i-hate-strong-female-characters

I also really love this post by Phoebe North about celebrating the complicated girl:http://www.yahighway.com/2012/03/celebrating-complicated-girl.html

I think we have fairly narrow definitions of “strength” that should be challenged and expanded (Tris sometimes challenges them, but often doesn’t, because it just wasn’t something I was concerned about while developing her, though it is now). I also think that it’s important to have complex, flawed female characters who don’t fit into those definitions of strength at all. I don’t think a character has to be “strong” (whatever that means) to be likable, or that a character has to be likable to be worth reading about (my friend Stephanie Kuehn discusses this in a wonderful way here), and we need all sorts in YA. In my opinion, the big setback for feminism wouldn’t be writing a particular kind of character; it would be deciding that all female characters need to fit a narrow (often flat) definition in order to be worthy of our attention, and only representing those women.

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