These Animated Insurgent Character Posters Show You What's Inside These Characters' Heads

Looks like we're in for something darker in the Divergent sequel as Shailene Woodley and Theo James reveal.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Jan 24, 2015
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Can you believe that it's only less than two months before we get to see Insurgent? We can't believe that, too. And looks like Summit Entertainment is pulling out all the stops to get us even more excited to see the Divergent sequel in cinemas. Entertainment Weekly recently revealed new animated character portraits that lets us inside the thoughts of five of the biggest characters in the upcoming movie.

Shailene Woodley, in the interview, revealed what we can expect from Tris, and it seems like no one's going to want to mess with her in Insurgent. "She's left with a lot of confusion as far as what the future holds. But she's also left with a lot of guilt from the war, from losing her parents and from Will," she explained. "So you see a newfound strength in her for revenge, as well as a lot of internal battles that she's trying to weave her way around."


And as for Four, yes, he's completely in love with Tris in this movie. "When you first meet him, he is trying to protect her at the beginning of the movie, and calm her, and make sure she doesn't make any mistakes," Theo James who plays the character said. "But at the same time, they're fugitives in this faction that they shouldn't be in, and he knows that they've got to move quickly. And then all hell breaks loose."

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Aside from Tris and Four's portraits, you can also get a glimpse of the characters of Jeanine (Kate Winslet), Evelyn (Naomi Watts), and Johanna (Octavia Spencer) in this recently revealed set. Insurgent is set for release in theaters this March. 

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