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‘Adrift’ Trailer: Shailene Woodley & Sam Claflin Are Lost At Sea

Later this year, two of our Ya-darlings join forces to battle the sea, sea-related injuries, and a sea of romantic emotions. The film, “Adrift,” is a romantic drama based on a true story, and it stars Shailene Woodley, of the “Divergent”-series fame, and Sam Claflin, of the “Hunger Games” franchise. It should be noted that […]

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‘Avengers 4’ and ‘Infinity War’ Screenwriters: Films Are Two Distinct Projects Inspired By ‘Different Genres’

“Harry Potter” did it, and so did “Twilight,” “Divergent,” and “The Hunger Games.” And, for a couple of years, it seemed like Hollywood’s reigning franchise was going to take a stab at it, too — splitting the final movie into two parts. When the third and fourth “Avengers” movies were announced in October of 2014, […]

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Ashleigh Powell to Adapt YA Fantasy Novel ‘The Hazel Wood’ for Columbia Pictures (Exclusive)

Ashleigh Powell has signed on to adapt the YA fantasy novel “The Hazel Wood” for Columbia Pictures, TheWrap has exclusively learned.Powell previously wrote “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” for Disney. Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher (“Divergent,” “The Great Gatsby”) at Red Wagon are producing. VP Lucas Wiesendanger is overseeing for Red Wagon.“The Hazel Wood,” […]

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Neil Burger to Direct Adaptation of Purple Heart Veteran Mary Jennings Hegar’s Memoir (Exclusive)

“Divergent” helmer Neil Burger will direct an untitled film based on the memoir by Purple Heart veteran Maj. Mary Jennings Hegar, sources tell Variety.Angelina Jolie is circling the lead role of Hegar. The Gotham Group is producing.The current draft of the movie will be written by Alice O’Neill and Burger; the previous versions of the […]

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Weekend Box Office: ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Takes the Top Spot

Fifty Shades Freed will be the number one movie of the weekend at the box office by the end of today, as estimates have it coming in at around $38.8 million. That’s down some $7 million or so from Fifty Shades Darker‘s opening weekend and over $45 million less than Fifty Shades of Grey‘s opening […]

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