This week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands this Friday, will include an extensive look at the Divergent movie.
EW unveiled the cover today which depicts Tris (Shialene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) standing beside one another. It is the first time we’re seeing the two characters together in an official photo. If you look closely you can see all of Tris’ knives as well as each of their tattoos.
UPDATE: Another high-res photo has been officially released. This one depicts Tris and Four in front of the ferris wheel!
One fan got a hold of the issue early, so already we’re getting a glimpse at what’s inside the magazine. This full-page photo depicts Tris and Four inside a train car, and it looks like Tris is about to jump out.
The rest of these photos appear to be official stills from the film. There are some great shots, including Tris being carried by her fellow Dauntless and Tris training with Four:
EW is promising cast and crew photos and interviews, which means this cover story may be our best look yet at Divergent.
In recent weeks, we’ve shared with you the first look at Four and the first look at Tris. There was also a great photo of the latter character taking her Dauntless jump.
Divergent is currently shooting in Chicago and is expected to wrap in the coming weeks. It will open in theaters March 21, 2014.
While we’re all looking forward to the movie, we’re also keeping our eye on the release of the third and final book in Veronica Roth’s Divergent trilogy titled Allegiant. And as if that wasn’t enough, Roth announced this week she will be published four short stories about Four.
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