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Just when you thought the world was a little bit safer for Tris Prior and her Divergent crew, the greatest threat to their world has landed: their director has officially left production on the series' final installment. Read on to find out why.
The latest young adult book series that moviegoers will get to see in live action soon is the Magic Tree House series, published continuously since 1992. Get the details!
The Hunger Games may be finished, at least for the time being, but don't worry, Hollywood has plenty left in the teen dystopia tank, and the new trailer for The Divergent Series: Allegiant is here.
What do you do after you’ve successfully escaped from your post apocalyptic dystopia? Well, you run back of course. The trailer for the next film in the Divergent series has been released and it turns out there’s a lot more going on in the world than everybody thought.
The final installment of the Hunger Games series will hit theaters this November, but fans of YA adaptations still have new Divergent chapters to which they can look forward.
Ahead of Sunday's big game, the new Insurgent Super Bowl trailer has dropped online, featuring the return of Shailene Woodley as Portia De Rossi. No, we're just kidding, but you can't help make the comparison given her new haircut.
As the most-used website on the internet, Google has a ton of access to information about our society, and by analyzing their numbers can come up with lists of the biggest trends during a certain amount of time. Today they have revealed the top 10 searches when it comes to movies in 2014 – and the results they came up with are pretty surprising.
As promised, the full trailer for the Divergent sequel, Insurgent has arrived, and it's overflowing with action. Check it out...
It feels like it was just yesterday that Divergent was setting up shop as the young adult movie franchise to beat in the first half of the year, but in truth we are now closer to the release of its sequel than we are to the original. What's more, today we have both our first look at the movie as well as news that the debut trailer will be arriving online this Friday.
When last we saw Tris (Shailene Woodley) at the end of the smash-hit Divergent, she was leading a band of survivors out of the ruins they once occupied and into the dystopian ruins outside of Chicago. Her adventure will continue next March in Insurgent, and the sequel just shared its first-look teaser trailer.
What's the rule about spoilers if the movie is based on a book? That's probably debatable, especially when we consider that most adaptations take some liberties with the source material, which leaves some wiggle room for a possible twist or two. That's apparently not going to be the case with Jai Courtney's Divergent character Eric.
Miles Teller sort of apologizes for saying Divergent sucked in a Tweet and a PR statement, but will hardcore fans of the franchise ever forgive him?
When it opened last spring, Divergent did well with audiences, earning $150 million domestic and $288 million worldwide. But the Shailene Woodley-fronted action-adventure earned largely scorn from critics. And yet it turns out critics that called the teen drama "bland," "banal," and "bloated," hated the movie less than one of its stars.
Hollywood has never had a problem picking books to bring to the big screen, in a dash for cash from fans around the world. But they could be doing one big thing to increase their reach with literary adaptations.
Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland and Teen Wolf’s Tyler Posey co-hosted the event, which honored Selena Gomez (Spring Breakers) with the Ultimate Choice Award. The ultimate choice of what? C’mon Tweens! Clarify!
In anticipation of the home video release of Divergent, we had the opportunity to speak with director Neil Burger about the making of the film. Among the topics of discussion, finding the right Four, Kate Winslet's pregnancy, the zip-lining scene that almost didn't happen and the challenges the sequel faces.
Leading up to the release of Divergent on Blu-ray and DVD, Summit-Lionsgate released a deleted scene that shows one of the Dauntless initiates suffering a severe eye wound... to put it mildly.
Divergent's finished product was a rather dull and bloodless affair, but this deleted scene we've just seen shows that it could have (at least momentarily) been the complete opposite. Fans of the source text, you have been slightly vindicated!
Summit announced today that Divergent will arrive on Blu-ray, DVD, Video on Demand and Pay-Per-View on August 5. Those who don't want to wait that long will have the opportunity to get the digital HD copy two weeks early, as that's set to arrive online July 22.
Harry Potter did it. Twilight did it. The Hunger Games is doing it. Should we be all that surprised that Divergent is joining the list of feature adaptations that split the final book into two movies? That's the plan...