Divergent fans, get ready for a real treat.
The first full-length worldwide trailer released by Summit Entertainment of the action-adventure thriller, the film adaptation of Veronica Roth's bestselling young adult novel, made its highly anticipated debut on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Divergent, starring Shailene Woodley and Theo James, is set in a dystopian futuristic version of Chicago, where citizens are divided into distinct factions based on their personalities. We meet Beatrice "Tris" Prior (Woodley) as she is about to take the crucial aptitude test that all 16-year-old's must endure to help him or her discover where he or she belongs.
"The only way our society can survive is for each of you to claim your rightful place," Kate Winslet, who portrays a faction leader, tells the divided and multicolored groups.
Maggie Q, also known as test administrator Tori, tells Tris that her results are inconclusive, making her divergent. Divergents do not fit into any society and Tris must hide who she is and find out what makes divergents so dangerous, before it's too late.
We watch as the heroine picks her faction, the brave Dauntless, meets and flirts with her instructor, the very handsome Four (James). She trains to establish her rank among her competitors, while kicking some serious butt and developing some hot chemistry with Four. Will Tris be able to conceal her identity from those around her? We will have to wait and see!
We are also getting a glimpse at the first official poster, which shows Woodley and James clad in black and standing on top of a building against the futuristic backdrop.
Woodley looks fierce as she shows off her curves and long locks, while James looks smoking, crouching in front of his love interest.
There are several references to the book in the poster, including the birds in the distance, which symbolize Tris' tattoo across her collarbone and the Ferris wheel, an important location for the duo's relationship.
"What makes you different makes you dangerous" is the official tagline for the flick, which is set to hit theaters on March 21, 2014.
What do you think of the first full-length trailer and official poster? Are you excited for Divergent? Sound off in the comments!