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‘Divergent' Series 'Allegiant' Movie: Tris Will Live? Veronica Roth Spills Of ‘Some Changes’?

By Marishen Lyle Primero Malulan | December 19, 2015 08:34 PM EST

The "Divergent" series "Allegiant" movie fans were not only anticipating the release of the flick come 2016 but also the sad truth that they would also be apparently seeing their favorite character die on the big screen.

As known by many fans, who have read all the books, Tris' death happens at the end of it. But now, recent rumors are apparently swirling that the fans of the series may get their wish after all and Tris will live.

According to the Australia Network News, the rumors and hope that Tris will live started swirling after author Veronica Roth herself took to Tumblr in September to share that there will be indeed changes in the last two movies. She did not elaborate on what this was though.

"Well, basically, it means there are going to be some changes, but it's really too early to know exactly what those changes will be or the extent of them," the author wrote back then on Tumblr. "I know changes always make fans of the books - and the author! - nervous, but hopefully the characters we know (and love. Or sometimes love to hate?) will still be intact, which is really the important thing."

As reported by MTV, the final movie after "Allegiant" in the "Divergent" series will be titled "Ascendant." The last movie even had the tagline "the end is never what you expect," making fans wonder even more if there will indeed be an alternate ending.

Veronica Roth herself has said in 2013 that she has been entertaining the thought of an alternate ending but it has been difficult.

"I thought about other options," she explained back then. "But the more I thought about them, the more I felt like they weren't really doing justice to her story."

Even actress Shailene Woodley has thrown her support about her Tris character in the "Divergent" series "Allegiant" movie.

"I was stoked," Shailene Woodley told Entertainment Weekly in 2014 about the ending of the movie. "Men die all the time in films - heroes do. But a lot of sweet heroines don't. And so I thought it was a very powerful, profound decision on her part. And I really love that she had the courage and the bravery to do that."

Tagged :  divergent series allegiant movie, Tris, death, alternate ending, changes, Ascendant, Veronica Roth, Shailene Woodley

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