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Watch the first full-length trailer for The Divergent Series: Allegiant Tris and Four face a new batch of enemies when they stray beyond the wall in the first full trailer for The Divergent Series: Allegiant.

While it hasn't reached the peaks of YA fare like "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games," "Divergent" has carved out its own little niche, and just as soon as it arrived, the series will start to wind down with "Allegiant." Like those aforementioned franchises, the final book in the trilogy has been halved into two movies.

Common signs on to play villain in John Wick 2 As John Wick 2 heads into production next week, the first baddie destined to go up against Keanu Reeves' titular badass has been revealed...

Vin Diesel on Bringing His D&D Character to Life in The Last Witch Hunter Long before Vin Diesel ever made The Fast and the Furious or Pitch Black or XXX, he was a huge Dungeons & Dragons nerd. In fact, from the trailers alone, you can clearly see the influence D&D had on his newest movie, The Last Witch Hunter. So it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Diesel’s basically playing a modified version of his D&D character – a witch hunter – in the film. We had the opportunity to interview Vin Diesel a few weeks back, where we talked in detail about the influence his Dungeons & Dragons love had on the film.

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Brie Larson is in early talks to replace Jennifer Lawrence as the star of Lionsgate’s “The Glass Castle,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. Lawrence, who will be back in theaters next month in the studio’s final “Hunger Games” sequel, had been previously attached to the project, which is an adaptation of Jeannette Walls’ best-selling memoir. Should the deal happen, Larson would work with director Destin Daniel Cretton, who directed her in 2013’s critically acclaimed indie drama “Short Term 12.” Marti Noxon wrot

Director Eli Roth‘s “Knock Knock,” a remake of the 1977 exploitation picture “Death Game,” sometimes plays more like a comedy than like the grungy thriller that inspired it, but that’s often all to the good. Colleen Camp, who co-starred in “Death Game,” is a producer on this version (and Roth has given Camp a funny little cameo in it), while her co-star Sondra Locke is credited as an executive producer along with the director of the original, Peter Traynor.

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