The end is coming – but not just yet. The Insurgent film franchise, a global box office hit following 2014’s Insurgent and it’s sequel Divergent, is set to conclude with a two part adaptation of the beloved novel series Allegiant and auditions have begun on it’s first chapter. Allegiant: Part 1 starring international sensation Shailene Woodley will be rolling very soon and casting calls for several exciting roles are happening now.
Allegiant: Part 1 will begin the powerful final act of this sci-fi action saga. The story will find Tris and Four outside of the fence that surrounds the city and inside not only a prison cell but a struggle between the Bureau of Genetic Welfare and the factions to control the Divergents and the will of mankind for once and for all.
Following his brilliant direction of Insurgent (as well as the action spectacular RED and gripping thriller Flightplan), Robert Schwentke will return to helm the conclusion of this phenomenal series from a script written by Noah Oppenheim. The cast will once again be led by the magnificent Golden Globe nominee Woodley (White Bird in a Blizzard, The Spectacular Now, The Secret Life of the American Teenager) along with ascending stars Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver, The Fault in Our Stars), Theo James (Golden Boy, The Inbetweeners Movie) and two-time Oscar nominee Naomi Watts (The Impossible, Holland, Michigan).
Auditions for open roles in Allegiant: Part 1 have begun and actors of all types will be needed throughout the shooting schedule. Performers of all ages can apply today for a number of available parts including supporting, day player, extras and stand-ins. Submissions are being accepted now at this email address firstname.lastname@example.org. More updates will be posted as we get them so stay tuned for casting call news and production information and leave a comment and tell us your thoughts on the series and why you would like to be a part of the beginning of the end of the Divergent franchise, Allegiant: Part 1 featuring the transcendent Shailene Woodley.