Initially intended as a single film based on Allegiant, the producers of The Divergent Series later decided to adapt the novel into two films, similar to what has been done with other young adult novel series adapted into films. The two proposed films were originally titled Allegiant — Part One and Allegiant — Part Two; this was later dropped in favor of assigning the films unique names (Allegiant and Ascendant, respectively).
- 1 Tove LoScars 3:40
- 2 Joseph TrapaneseBeyond the Wall 3:49
- 3 Joseph TrapaneseThe Council 2:42
- 4 Joseph TrapaneseMaking the Escape 3:34
- 5 Joseph TrapaneseOver the Wall 5:05
- 6 Joseph TrapaneseChase Through Fringe 1:20
- 7 Joseph TrapanesePlasma Globes 1:54
- 8 Joseph TrapaneseThe Bureau 3:20
- 9 Joseph TrapaneseThe Elevator 2:43
- 10 Joseph TrapaneseMemory Band 4:27
- 11 Joseph TrapaneseTent City 3:51
- 12 Joseph TrapaneseFinding Tris 7:51
- 13 Joseph TrapaneseShip Crash 1:27
- 14 Joseph TrapaneseFinding Four 3:46
- 15 Joseph TrapaneseReturn To Chicago 3:56
- 16 Joseph TrapaneseSerum Released 2:22
- 17 Joseph TrapaneseSaving Chicago 3:47
|Runtime||2 hr 1 min|
|Budget||$110 000 000|
|Premiere: World||$179 246 868 March 8, 2016|
|USA||$66 184 051|
|Other countries||$113 062 817|
|Box Office – Budget||$69 246 868|
|Premiere: USA||$66 184 051 March 18, 2016|
|first day||$11 935 887|
|first weekend||$29 027 348|
|Digital: World||June 21, 2016|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, Violence & Gore, Sex & Nudity, ...|
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DescriptionAfter the earth-shattering revelations of Insurgent, Tris must escape with Four beyond the wall that encircles Chicago, to finally discover the shocking truth of the world around them.
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