Here we have what’s being called the “final trailer” for Insurgent, though I’m sure we’ll get some more TV spots and other videos in the weeks to come. It hits theaters on March 20th; tickets are on sale now.
We’ve got a new trailer for Divergent sequel Insurgent, entitled “Fight Back.” The movie will be in theaters on March 20th; tickets go on sale February 25th. I should probably, um, get around to reading the book, huh?
Divergent is finally in theaters today! Are you going? Let me know what you think! (I’m going to go but I’m traveling this weekend so it may not be until next weekend; I’ll belatedly post some thoughts then.) Here’s a special preview featuring Ellie Goulding talking about the music she did for the movie:
Here’s a new promo called “Four Warrior:”
And one called “Who You Are:”
Divergent, starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James, will be in theaters in just two days, and here’s another quick promo for you, called “Test.” Not sure there’s any footage we haven’t seen before.
Divergent will be in theaters in just eight days, and here’s a new trailer, called “Epic.” Enjoy!
The Divergent soundtrack album will be released tomorrow, and here’s a taste for you: the lyric video for Ellie Goulding’s song “Beating Heart,” which includes a bunch of footage from the movie, mostly focused on the Tris/Four dynamic. You can order the soundtrack here.
Divergent hits theaters in just eleven days, on March 21st, and they’ve released a new trailer called “Freedom.” Enjoy!
Divergent will be in theaters in two and a half weeks, so we’ve got some new goodies to look at! In the featurette “Meet ‘Four,'” star Theo James (along with other members of the cast and crew and author Veronica Roth) discuss his mysterious character, Four.
And here’s a new promo, “Fighting Back:”
Divergent will be in theaters in exactly a month, on March 21st, and Summit has released a new promo for the movie, entitled “Change Everything.”
The final trailer for Divergent has now been generally released, and I have to say it gives me hope. I love the way that it focuses much more on setting up the world and on Tris’s personal struggles than on the romance. Of course, the romance is an important part of the book and I want it to be well-executed in the movie, but I’m glad the marketing isn’t centering just on that.