‘Divergent: Allegiant Part 1’ Plot Will Have Tris’ Killer, David And Cara Will Be Played By Alisha Heng! [Spoilers Alert]
“Divergent” series “Allegiant: Part 1” will hit the theatres on March 18, 2016. The closer the release date of “Allegiant: Part 1” gets, the more interested the fans are to know about the first part of “Allegiant”. Robert Schwentke directoral “Allegiant: Part 1” will be the first in the series to have Cara, who later tells Tobias about Tris’ death.
If you are “Allegiant” novel fan then you remember how David shoots Tris and Tris finally accepts her mother’s embrace and, when Four, Peter and Christina come back to the destroyed compound, they find out about Tris’ death from Cara who had drew closer to Tobias and Tris during their time outside the city.
Tris’ killer David will be played by Jeff Daniels who is famous for playing Harry in “Dumb And Dumber” and “Dumb And Dumber To”. According to IMDb, Alisha Heng will play Cara’s character.
“Divergent: Allegiant Part 1” plot has already confirmed the split between the 2 parts. “Allegiant: Part 1” and “Allegiant: Part 2” are first in “Divergent” series to be split in two parts, will be covering the whole “Allegiant” novel and the main cast will include Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort, Jeff Daniels and Miles Teller. Zoë Kravitz will also reprise her role of Christina.
“Allegiant: Part 1” plot will have Tris and Four leaving with others outside from the city and will be facing off the mysterious agency Bureau of Genetic Welfare. “Divergent” series fans were left saddened with Tris’ death but according to Veronica Roth, Tris’ death was planned since always.
Based on the novel by Veronica Roth, “Allegiant: Part 1” will also have contributed screenplay by Noah Oppenheim, Adam Cooper, Bill Collage and Stephen Chbosky. “Allegiant: Part 1” will be under production houses of Red Wagon Entertainment, Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment. Out of which Summit Entertainment also holds the right to distribute the theatrical release of “Allegiant: Part 1”.