Last week in trailers: ‘Divergent’, ‘Thor: The Dark World’, ‘We Are What We Are’


The new Divergent featurette, titled “Factions”, is no less exciting than the previously released trailer, and includes interviews with the cast and new behind-the-scenes footage. Directed by Neil Burger and starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James and Kate Winslet, Divergent hits theaters on March 21st, 2014.

Set in a futuristic dystopia where society is divided into five factions that each represent a different virtue, teenagers have to decide if they want to stay in their faction or switch to another – for the rest of their lives. Tris Prior makes a choice that surprises everyone. Then Tris and her fellow faction-members have to live through a highly competitive initiation process to live out the choice they have made. They must undergo extreme physical and intense psychological tests, that transform them all. But Tris has a secret that she is Divergent, which means she doesn’t fit into any one group. If anyone knew, it would mean a certain death. As she discovers a growing conflict that threatens to unravel her seemingly perfect society, this secret might help her save the people she loves… or it might destroy her.

The latest TV trailer for Thor: The Dark World is more like a concise version of the previous theatrical trailer and doesn’t really offer any new footage. Directed by Alan Taylor and starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston and Christopher Eccleston, Thor: The Dark World comes out on November 8th.

Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to save us all.

Check out the atmospheric new trailer for We Are What We Are, directed by Jim Mickle and starring Ambyr Childers, Odeya Rush and Kelly McGillis. It doesn’t have a US release date yet.

We Are What We Are focuses on the Parker clan whose matriarch dies following a terrible storm. Her passing places the responsibility of putting food on the table – literally – on the shoulders of eldest daughter Iris (Ambyr Childers). For Iris, that means capturing and killing human prey for dinner. Unfortunately for the Parkers, the local doctor (Michael Parks) grows suspicious about their eating habits and starts poking his nose where it isn’t wanted. [Screenrant]


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