Robert Schwentke will be back as director for the two-part third movie, whose shooting will reportedly begin this month. Noah Oppenheim will be writing the script while Douglas Wick, Pouya Shahbazian and Lucy Fisher will be producing “Divergent: Allegiant Part 1.”
The second part of the third and final film has been under massive criticisms especially when word got out that Tris will die in the end based on Veronica Roth’s book.
When fans learned of the unhappy ending on the romantic relationship of Four and Tris in the book, they made a petition to change the ending in the movie. Fan efforts however were not enough to dissuade the 26-year-old author to change the fate of Tris in her book, as a matter of conviction.
Veronica Roth was recently asked if she was willing to change the ending and prevent Tris from dying in “Allegiant.” The female author explained that she has actually consulted Shailene Woodley about it and also asked the actress what she thought of the ending. Shailene said that she really enjoyed the way it ended, lending further credence to the conviction of Veronica Roth.
Roth added that she wrote “Allegiant” because she thought that it was the way it needed to be told so she really feels very strongly about her story. She admits that some people feel strongly against her ending but she does not know if the film will make the revision. She however doubts if the movie will do two endings because she believes that no one has ever done that.