Summit Sets Release Dates for DIVERGENT Threequel ALLEGIANT, Plus GODS OF EGYPT and STEP UP ALL IN

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Here are the latest release dates for upcoming movies from Summit Entertainment:

  • Allegiant – The third book in the Veronica Roth novel series that kicks off with its Divergent adaptation on March 21, 2014, followed by Insurgent on March 20, 2015, and finally Allegiant on March 18, 2016.  The series stars Shailene Woodley and Theo James.
  • Gods of Egypt – Starring Gerard Butler, Geoffrey Rush, Brenton Thwaites and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, director Alex Proya’s fantasy adventure opens February 12, 2016.
  • Step Up All In – Starring Ryan Guzman, Briana Evigan, Stephen“tWitch” Boss and Misha Gabriel in the fifth installment of the dance movie franchise, director Trish Sie’s effort bows in 3D on July 25, 2014.

Hit the jump for more on each film. 

divergent-posterGoing in chronological order, we’ve got the newest feature in the Step Up series with Step Up All In.  While we don’t have any plot details as of yet (though I assume there will be much dancing and stepping), you can check out the full cast here.  The picture is slated to open against Brett Ratner’s Hercules epic, starring Dwayne Johnson.

Speaking of ancient Gods, Gods of Egypt sees Butler taking a villainous turn as “Set, the merciless god of darkness, who has usurped Egypt’s throne. Bek (Thwaites), a defiant mortal, enlists the aid of the powerful god Horus (Coster-Waldau) in an unlikely alliance against the evil overlord.”

Finally, even though the first installment of the Divergent series has yet to debut, Summit has shown some forethought in locking down a 2016 release date for the third installment, Allegiant.  “Set in a futuristic North America where people are divided into groups based on the traits they most value, Woodley and James play two young people who join the “Dauntless” group, which is considered the bravest group of people in the society.”




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  • Peter

    well at least they didn’t split the last movie in two

  • Kota Lancaster

    If this year has proved anything, it’s that Twilight-like cash ins are definitely profitable.

    • Milo

      Are they? Divergent hasn’t come out yet, and it seems like most recent tween book adaptations have flopped. Have any even done well enough for a sequel? Only Hunger Games has done well and that owes nothing to Twilight.

      • Kota Lancaster

        I guess it can be hard to pick up on sarcasm on the internet, but still.

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  • Scullibundo

    They should probably wait to see that the first film doesn’t bomb first before setting release dates for the sequels. Divergent looks like one of the most generic things ever.

  • Murdoch

    Jeez, the sarcasm in this comments section is palpable. I, on the other hand, am very excited to see a movie studio plan ahead 3 movies at a time before they even know how the first one performed. I mean, how could that possibly come back to bite them in the ass?

  • Murdoch

    Jeez, the sarcasm in this comments section is palpable. I, on the other hand, am very excited to see a movie studio plan ahead 3 movies at a time before they even know how the first one performed. I mean, how could that possibly come back to bite them in the ass?

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