Even though all the available evidence suggests that the once-lucrative, dystopian YA adaptation trend has run its course, the producers behind the Divergent series would beg to differ. Given its derivative, original plot and logic-challenged world building, Veronica Roth’s YA series didn’t exactly merit big-screen adaptations, but here we are, three films
THE DIVERGENT SERIES: INSURGENT is just more of the same (much more), but different.
Divergent not only topped this weekend’s box office with a gross of $54.6M, but a sequel (Insurgent, based on the second book of the series that inspired the film) has already been green lit by Lionsgate. Worldwide fans have posted online coverage of every single move the two main protagonists Shailene
Divergent is an enjoyable addition to the canon of YA film adaptations, while it takes its own interesting and more intellectual spin on it.
The brand new trailer for Divergent was just released to the world this morning, and it looks pretty cool. Check it out: [youtube id=”sutgWjz10sM” width=”600″ height=”350″] The trailer opens with the line, “Are you nervous?” which creates an eager excitement to see more. In a futuristic world, everyone is divided
One of my most anticipated films of 2014, Divergent, just got a new pair of posters. In the world of Divergent, the faction Dauntless are the brave and fearless, with the members showing off their accomplishments, dreams, and goals in the form of a plethora of tattoos. The new posters of
It’s that time again: another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup! Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! This weeks biggest releases are The Vow, Underworld Awakening, The Big C and Chuck! The Vow was a big hit