Divergent and Ender’s game SDCC Panel in Hall H

Thanks to Geek Nation we can now watch the full Divergent and Ender’s game PANEL from SD Comic Con that was held in Hall H! This is not the Press Conference we posted before but the panel that was in front of 6,500 people! Click on the Picture to watch the video!


Picture: Miles Teller checking out the Summit booth at SDCC!

Oh how we love you Miles Teller!

Miles tweeted this picture of him next to the Summit/Lionsgate booth at Comic Con last week. I love all the people in line for swag that have NO clue they are standing next to Peter! Thank You Miles for keeping us smiling!


Exclusive Video’s: Theo James Dancing

Last week we had the privilege of attending San Diego Comic Con and got to see a whole lot of Divergent Awesome-ness! We were attendee’s at the Summit Celebration at the Hard Rock Hotel and caught this awesome clip of Theo Jame’s showing us his infamous dance moves! It was too good not to share! Hope you enjoy! Please Link back to share! Thanks!

Video: Neil Burger reveal’s scene’s that almost didn’t make the cut

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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