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Watch Shailene Woodley fight Shailene Woodley in new 'Insurgent' trailer

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The full, pulsating trailer for Insurgent came out Friday, and yes, it comes with more intense face-offs between Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Jeanine (Kate Winslet), as well as some hot, tattooed back action between Tris and Four (Theo James). Take a look at the intense preview, which has Tris and Four teaming up with the factionless, and a glimpse of Tris fighting herself.

Insurgent will be released March 20, 2015.

 

'Insurgent' director Robert Schwentke will be back for 'Allegiant-Part 1'

Robert Schwentke, who took over the helm of the Divergent series, from Neil Burger, will be back for another installment. Schwentke is set to helm Allegiant — Part 1, the first film adapting Veronica Roth’s conclusion to her dystopian trilogy, EW has confirmed. Variety first reported the news.  READ FULL STORY

See the next 'Insurgent' 3-D interactive character poster

Lionsgate announced today that Insurgent, next year’s Divergent sequel, will arrive in 3-D and 2-D when it opens in theaters on March 20. So what better way to unveil the updated look of some of the characters than with interactive 3-D posters? As part of an Insurgent online “scavenger hunt,” Lionsgate is sharing eight exclusive posters on Tuesday, a new one popping up across the web every hour.

EW has the first peek at Christina, Tris’ loyal—but very candid—best pal (Zoë Kravitz), whose friendship will be tested in the sequel. READ FULL STORY

Here's a deleted scene that was too gross for 'Divergent'

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If you’re a fan of Veronica Roth’s Divergent—as well as the film series it’s spawned—you know that the book is markedly more violent than Summit’s first adaptation. How much more violent? Well, in volume 1, a Dauntless initiate named Edward ends up leaving his new faction after a pair of his rivals stabs him in the eye with a butter knife. The sequence was left out of the first Divergent movie entirely… though evidently, not until after it had been filmed.

Want to see the movie’s Edward writhe in pain, clutching his bloody eye socket as he groans like an animal? If, for some reason, the answer is “yes,” you’re in luck: a deleted scene showing just that has been released on YouTube.

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'Insurgent': Daniel Dae Kim joins cast

Tris’ world in Insurgent is filling out: Daniel Dae Kim has joined the Divergent sequel as Jack Kang, a representative of the Candor faction. Kim was most recently seen on Hawaii Five-0, and is best-known for his role on Lost.

He’s the latest addition to the cast, which will also include Naomi Watts and Octavia Spencer, as well as returning stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James, and Kate Winslet. Insurgent is the second in an announced four films based on Veronica Roth’s best-selling YA trilogy.

Robert Schwentke has taken over directing duties from Divergent director Neil Burger, and The Divergent Series: Insurgent is set to hit theaters Mar. 20.

Naomi Watts joins 'Insurgent' -- REPORT

Insurgent — the sequel to last March’s Divergent, adapted from the best-selling Veronica Roth books — has added another high-profile cast member: The Hollywood Reporter reports that Naomi Watts has signed on to play Evelyn, the leader of the Factionless. Watts’ role would include not just Insurgent, but the two final films planned for the final book in the trilogy, Allegiant. 

Watts joins new cast members Octavia Spencer and Suki Waterhouse, along with returning stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Miles Teller, and Kate Winslet. Robert Schwentke has taken over directing duties from Divergent director Neil Burger — filming began just last week — and the dystopian thriller is due in theaters March 2015.

Our calls to Summit for confirmation were not immediately returned.

Shailene Woodley talks 'Allegiant' split decision: 'That’s another year of kicking ass'

Big news concerning post-dystopian Chicago came out last week: Allegiant, the final book in Veronica Roth’s Divergent trilogy, will be split into two movies.

At the MTV Movie Awards Sunday, EW caught up with Shailene Woodley to ask how she feels about the decision to make four Divergent films. “I just heard that as well,” Woodley said. “I am excited, but my very first thought, if I’m being honest was, ‘Okay. All right. That’s another year of kicking ass. Another year devoted to this character.’ But that’s all right, because I am honored to be Tris, and it is exciting. Divergent was a very fun film to make, and I worked with some great people. It is also really exciting that just after coming off promoting this one, we start filming the next one in like a month. It will be nice to get into it.” READ FULL STORY

'Divergent' closer 'Allegiant' to be split into two films

Shailene Woodley will be ruling March for even longer than we thought she would.

Lionsgate announced Friday that the Divergent trilogy’s final book, Allegiant, will be split into two films — following the franchise trend spurred by the Harry Potter films and aped by both the Twilight movies and the Hunger Games series. Allegiant — Part 1 will be released March 18, 2016, while Allegiant — Part 2 will arrive on March 24, 2017. The studio has not announced where they plan to split the novel’s story.

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Box office update: 'Captain America' supersizes Friday's box office with $37 million

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is proving that a big shield is enough to conquer the box office, pulling in an estimated $37 million Friday night. The PG-13 film from Joe and Anthony Russo is already outpacing 2011’s original Captain America, which earned $25.7 million its first full day in release. The movie has also already nabbed $75 million from its international release and could get close to $100 million here in North America. READ FULL STORY

'Divergent' stars Theo James and Shailene Woodley recall their sweaty first meeting -- VIDEO

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It was not all work and no play for Divergent star Theo James on set, who recounted during a visit with EW Radio the time he vomited at a Whole Foods after “hitting it very hard” at a party. He was joined by his co-star Shailene Woodley who, in response to the partying story, promptly fist-bumped James and said, “Good job.”

Not surpisingly, there was more to shooting the dystopian film than being hungover. In the clip below, the two also discuss what it means to be “divergent,” how it was to meet for the first time, and the challenges of a big-budget film. READ FULL STORY

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