Theo James and Shailene Woodley are all set to debut Divergent‘s First Look at the pre-show of MTV VMAs on Sunday, August 25th. MTV has posted an awesome sneak peek from the first look. Check it out by clicking the image below:
Who else fangirled at the awesome sneak peek?! We got a first look at Kate Winslet as Jeanine Matthews, Theo James as Four and so much more. Can’t wait for the full first look to debut!
As our readers must have heard, four Divergent short stories from the point of view of Four, in addition to the one we already have, are on their way. The cover of the first one, The Transfer, is now available online, courtesy Hypable! Check it out and click on the photo to view the full version:
Notice the circle is actually a Dauntless train? Personally I love the effect of that against the dark skyline of Chicago. What do you think?
Releasing between September 3, 2013 and February 11, 2014, they will be available as eBooks first and then the collection of all the stories will be published in paperback later.
One of the big announcements from SDCC this weekend was Veronica Roth stating Allegiant will be written 2 POV. Of course we are all excited to get MORE FOUR and now we can find out how she came to that decision. Here is what she posted this week on her Tumblr page.
“In case you haven’t heard already, I confirmed on Thursday that Allegiant will be written from two POVs (points of view), Tris and Four’s. This is obviously a departure from how I chose to write the first two books, which has a lot of people excited (yay!) and some concerned, so I thought I would say a little more about it here.
So: why two POVs? Well, I tried repeatedly to write Allegiant in just Tris’s voice, but it didn’t work; her perspective, her way of seeing things, was a little too limited for the story I needed to tell. I wanted to do two things with it: A. let two characters experience different things, and B. let them react differently to the same things, so that I (and eventually, the reader) would get a better sense of the whole story, the whole picture.
I’ve said before that I’ve always seen Four (increasingly, as the series goes on) as a plot-mover alongside Tris, so he was the obvious choice for the second POV (though not the only one I tried). Exploring him and his choices and his assumptions about the world was incredibly interesting to me.
It was a big challenge, it took me a really long time, and I did my very best with it. I feel confident about the way it turned out, and I hope you enjoy it! On October 22nd! AHH!”