Tris Prior is a complicated person in a crazy world. And this teaser trailer for Allegiant, the third movie in the Divergent series, shows you just how nutty it gets.
There was always something ugly at the heart of the wish-fulfillment in the Divergent series — everybody except me is one dimensional, because I'm special! But where the first movie managed to turn this into a weirdly sweet adventure about trying fit in, the sequel just goes full-on narcissistic. And dreary.
There is no need for this.
At first glance, Divergent sounds like a more contrived version of Hunger Games. In a dark dystopian future, everybody is required to have just one personality trait. Like Smurfs. Or the Seven Dwarfs. But the film version does a good job of revealing how this story is actually about social engineering. Plus, it's…
The very last Divergent trailer before the movie comes out actually explains what it means to be labeled "divergent" in this future dystopia. Warning: confusing exposition ahead.
If you're a fan of Veronica Roth's Divergent series, then you should be pretty excited about the first clip from the movie. If not, then just know you're getting a great look at the chemistry between the two leads. Spoilers ahead.
The new dystopian teen movie Divergent could be upping the ante for post-apocalyptic devastation, judging from this brand new trailer. What's happened to Lake Michigan? Find out, in the movie's first full-length trailer.
A few days ago, we got our first teaser for the big-screen adaptation of Veronica Roth's dystopian YA novel Divergent. Now we get the full trailer, and a peek at this world where you're defined by your faction.
This first teaser trailer for Divergent, the movie based on Veronica Roth's hit dystopian young-adult novel, is barely long enough to get much of an impression. Just a dozen seconds. But it looks like good rib-cracking fun.
The only real shots of Divergent we've seen thus far are a few character stills of characters jumping around and throwing knives at each other. Nothing from the world that author Veronica Roth created has been revealed — until now.
Yes his name is Four, and he's the (much aged-up) love interest from Veronica Roth's Divergent series. Others will remember him as the guy who died on top of Lady Mary mid-coitus in Downton Abbey.
It's summer movie season, the time when blockbuster films come out every week and we pit Vin Diesel against Wolverine. But how do you keep that cineplex excitement alive when you're at home on the couch? With books! Here are 10 science fiction novels that pack more non-stop thrills than Fast & Furious 6. Really.