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Actor Tony Goldwyn, who plays Tris’s dad Andrew Prior in Divergent, talked to Hollywood Crush about the movie, and his role. Check out excerpts below:
On the Prior family:
“We had a wonderful scene that I participated in which was the family together the night before the choosing ceremony,” he said. “It was very good casting of the four of us, Shailene and Ashley [Judd] and Ansel [Elgort], the family, the Priors. We just had this great chemistry together and really felt like a family [living in] the world that Neil [Burger, director] created visually of the Abnegation. We had these two really wonderful days shooting these two scenes, and I’m really excited to see how those turn out.”
On possible reappearance in sequels:
“Veronica Roth said, flatteringly, one of her biggest regrets is that she didn’t write Andrew into the other books, that she killed Andrew off, so I don’t think there’s much hope for a resurrection of the ghost of Andrew. But we’ll see.”
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What do you think? Additional scenes in Insurgent or Allegiant involving flashbacks wouldn’t hurt, would it? But I personally think those kind of scenes – if added at all – would stick to Natalie, since Tris sounded a bit closer to her mom.
Last week at San Diego Comic Con, Neil Burger along with Theo James, Shailene Woodley and Veronica Roth, Sat down with Hollywood Crush and talked about what scene’s from the book did/didn’t work when adapting the movie. Check out what he has to say below!
“Obviously a movie is a little bit different than a book and certain things will be changed and people will be like, ‘Where’s the…’ but mostly we have it in,” Neil told VH1’s Sabrina Rojas Weiss while chatting about the film at San Diego Comic-Con.
“Actually, I added quite a few things back from the script that was first presented to me,” he continued. “I was like, ‘Where’s the zip-line? Where’s Christina being hung over the chasm?’ So we worked those back in, which the movie is stuffed full of events, but they’re events that we love from the book.”
Of course, much of the credit is also due to author Veronica Roth, who wrote an engrossing and highly enjoyable dystopian drama to begin with.
“I think the book works as a personal journey, as creating a particular world, and so then we just have to figure out how to make it into a movie,” Neil explained. “I feel like the book in the most basic sense—this sounds ridiculous—but it’s incredibly important: It has an incredible beginning, middle and end. There’s an incredible journey Tris takes, an incredible journey society goes through—how it falls apart and goes into war. It just works.”
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Thank You to Divergent Fan’s for giving us the head’s up on the Divergent Footage that was shown on Entertainment Tonight this evening!
We get to see Tris, Four, Marcus, Peter and Caleb jumping into the Train and SWOON at Theo pulling Shailene up! That look! Check out Divergent Fan’s for screen cap’s of the footage and check out the Video below!
Veronica tells how she is enjoying the “press experience” of being involved with Divergent, how she didn’t really think Divergent would be turned into a movie, when she started writing Divergent, and more! Veronica is so adorable when she interviews!