GALLERY: Allegiant Part 1 Set Photos- Close to the Set

Allegiant Part 1 photos have just recently been released by mollyml9 from Twitter with the help from Deeply_Divergent from Instagram. It seems to be that the source is one of the crew members of the movie. There are a couple of “Element” signs pointing direction to the set, but one photo in particular is the photo of a rusted truck. If we recall, there was a truck used in Insurgent the book, which gathered Marcus, Tris, and Christina from the city to the Amity Compound. Maybe there will be an addition of this truck for Allegiant Part 1. Look at all the pictures in the gallery below:

2015 Comic-Con Schedule: Movie Panel Times

Comic-Con 2015 is one week away! The fans for this enormous event are already lining up outside the Comic-Con building in San Diego, California to get their first access. With this scheduled released just this moment by JustJared, Lionsgate seems to be having its own panel and exhibition room during this event in booth 4045.  

Lionsgate is having a The Hunger Games: MockingJay Part 2, The Divergent Series: Allegiant Part 1, The Last Witch Hunter, and Gods of Egypt as their main featured movies this year. There are no exact news about what is being planned or held for Allegiant Part 1 or if there will be cast appearance. Of course, lets keep our fingers crossed. Read the list down below for more movie panel information:

2015 Comic-Con takes place from July 9-July 12.


10 a.m. PT: Comic-Con Film School 101: Preproduction and Screenwriting (Grand Ballroom D)

10:15 a.m.: Studio Production Chiefs Speak (Room 6DE)

10:45 a.m.: Open Road (Hall H)

11 a.m.: The Super Story Behind the Pixar Short Sanjay’s Super Team (Indigo Ballroom)

12 p.m.: Voice Over Celebration with Beloved Cartoon, Video Game, and Film VO Actors (Indigo Ballroom)

12 p.m.: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (Hall H)

12:30 p.m.: Roddenberry Entertainment Presents (Room 24ABC)

1 p.m.: Science Channel: Raiders, Raptors, and Rebels: Behind the Magic of ILM (Room 25ABC)

2 p.m.: Class of 1985: The Greatest Geek Movies of: Don’t Forget About Us (5AB)

2 p.m.: Greenlight Your Passion Project! (Room 7AB)

3 p.m.: 3rd Annual Musical Anatomy of a Superhero (Indigo Ballroom)

3:30 p.m.: The Might and Magic of Legacy Effects (Room 32AB)

3:30 p.m.: Animated Effects in Live Action (Room 26AB)

4:15 p.m.: Hollywood Location Scouts (Grand Ballroom D)

5:30 p.m.: Fright Night: 30 Years of Screams (Room 6A)

6 p.m.: NASA: Journey to Mars (Room 6BCF)

6 p.m.: World Premiere of Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery! (Hall H)

7 p.m.: Nick Carter Goes West: From Boy Band to Zombie Western (Room 5AB)

7:30 p.m.: Robotech: The Next 30 Years (Room 24ABC)

8 p.m.: Son of Name That Movie (Room 9)

8 p.m.: 18th Annual Superhero Kung Fu Extravaganza (Room 6A)

8 p.m.: Floyd Norman Documentary (Room 9)

9 p.m.: Spirited Away Screening (Horton Grand Theatre)


10 a.m.: Comic-Con Film School 102: Production (Grand Ballroom D)

10:30 a.m.: Comics Arts Conference #5: The Comic Book Film Adaptation: Exploring Modern Hollywood’s Leading Genre (Room 26AB)

10:30 a.m.: Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Worlds of Adventure (Room 8)

1 p.m.: From Novel to Comic to Film: Turning Books into Other Forms of Pop Culture (Room 29AB)

1:30 p.m.: Disney Animators: The Power of 2D (Room 24ABC)

2 p.m.: ILM 40th Anniversary (Room 7AB)

3 p.m.: How Comic Books Took Over Hollywood (Room 25ABC)

3:30 p.m.: You Do What!? Women Working in Film Production (Room 26AB)

4 p.m.: Bill Plympton (Room 23ABC)

4:15 p.m.: DC Entertainment: From Page to Screen (Room 6DE)

4:15 p.m.: Stunt People of Your Favorite Movies a.k.a. Getting Beat Up For A Living (Grand Ballroom D)

4:30 p.m.: The Synergy of Film and Video Games Collide (Room 8)

5 p.m.: ASIFA: Hollywood The State of the Industry (Room 28DE)

5 p.m.: More Greatest Movies Never Made: The Sequel (Room 7AB)

5 p.m.: Pixies, Lovecraft, Poe, and Steampunk: An Unlikely Animation Slate (Room 23ABC)

5 p.m.: Science Fiction That Will Change Your Life (Room 25ABC)

5 p.m.: The Power of Superfandom (Room 14A)

5:30 p.m.: Lucasfilm (Hall H)

6 p.m.: The Future of Mexican Animation in the U.S. (Room 29AB)

6 p.m.: The Visit (Horton Grand Theatre)

6:30 p.m.: Going Back in Time: A Discussion and Q&A with the Filmmakers Behind the Back to the Future Feature Documentary (Room 24ABC)

6:30 p.m.: Reinventing Horror for Comics and Film (Room 5AB)

7 p.m.: Kung Fury: The Best Movie of All Time (Room 6BCF)

7 p.m.: The Gay Agenda in Horror: Terrifying Subtext (Room 28DE)

7 p.m.: World Premiere of Justice League: Gods & Monsters (Ballroom 20)

7:15 p.m.: Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (Room 6A)

7:15 p.m.: Yoga Hosers (Hall H)

8:30 p.m.: ScreenJunkies: Honest Trailers and Movie Fights Live (5AB)


10 a.m.: My Book Is a Movie/TV Show: Now What? (Room 7AB)

10 a.m.: Comic-Con Film School 103: Working with Actors and a Crew (Grand Ballroom D)

10 a.m.: Temple of Art (Room 24ABC)

10:30 a.m.: Warner Bros. Presentation (Hall H)

11 a.m.: Book to Screen (Room 7AB)

11 a.m.: Today’s Costume Designers (Room 23ABC)

12 p.m.: The 10th Annual All-Star Comic Book Podcaster Panel (Neil Morgan Auditorium, San Diego Central Library)

12 p.m.: From Bollywood to Hollywood: Going Global (Room 25ABC)

12:15 p.m.: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (Hall H)

1:30 p.m.: Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight (Hall H)

2 p.m.: High Def Horror: Hammer Horror Meets Harryhausen (Room 25ABC)

2:30 p.m.: Legendary Pictures (Hall H)

3 p.m.: Adding Special Effects to Cosplay Pictures and Video (Room 14A)

3 p.m.: Anything Goes with John Barrowman (Indigo Ballroom)

3:30 p.m.: Nerdist: The Hive (Horton Grand Theatre)

4:10 p.m.: Documentary Film Making How-To (Grand Ballroom D)

4:45 p.m.: Dark Horse: An Afternoon with Joss Whedon (Hall H)

5 p.m.: Man of Action: Taking Comics from Print to Screen (Room 9)

5:45 p.m.: 20th Century Fox (Hall H)

6 p.m.: The Geek Shall Inherit: A Look at the Evolution of Geek Culture (Room 14A)

6 p.m.: The Keys to Successful, Career-Changing Acting and Filmmaking in Today’s New Entertainment Industry (Room 30CDE)

6:45 p.m.: The Bold Voice of Contemporary Horror Film: Fantastic Fest, Beyond Fest, and SpectreFest (Room 6A)

8 p.m.: Creepy and Eerie Unleashed (Room 25ABC)

8:30 p.m.: The Character of Music: Classic Horror Special Edition (Room 8)


10 a.m.: Comic-Con Film School 104: Postproduction and Distribution (Grand Ballroom D)

11:05 a.m.: Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival Awards (Grand Ballroom D)

11:15 a.m.: World Premiere of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom (Room 6BCF)

12 p.m.: CCI-IFF Award Recipient Film Screenings (Grand Ballroom D)

12 p.m.: Illustrators: The Hidden Gems of Film and Television (Room 23ABC)

1 p.m.: The Art Heroines (Room 29AB)

1 p.m.: World Premiere of Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem (Room 6BCF)

3 p.m.: Queer Imagery in Animation (Room 28DE)

** All times are in PST

Dope’s Leading Ladies Hit the Beach in the July Issue of InStyle 2015 – Zoe Kravitz

Zoe Kravitz, the star of Dope the movie features in this month’s InStyle July 2015 Issue. Featuring in this issue is Zoe’s cast members from Dope, Kiersey Clemons and Chanel Iman. Read the interview with the full scans down below: 

As the setting sun paints the Santa Monica sky hot pink, Kiersey Clemons and Chanel Iman scroll through their Instagram feeds, debating the merits of candid versus posed photographs. “I’m an actress, so I love candids,” says the 21-year-old Clemons, best known as teen troublemaker Bianca on the pioneering Amazon series Transparent, “but [Chanel] is a model, so she’s like, ‘No, no!'” Iman sips her Jamba Juice, affecting a perfectly casual selfie face. “It just has to look like a candid,” says the former Victoria’s Secret Angel, who, signed to Ford Models at age 13, is no slouch when it comes to posing. 

This month the supermodel adds actress to her CV as the star alongside Clemons and Zoë Kravitz in the sophisticated Sundance darling Dope, which centers around a group of modern-day high school students in Inglewood, Calif., obsessed with 1990s hip-hop. Written and directed by Rick Famuyiwa (The Wood), produced and narrated by Forest Whitaker, and executive-produced by Pharrell Williams, the comedy goes well beyond the stereotypes of “black film.” The central character, Malcolm, played by newcomer Shameik Moore, prefers Walkmen to smartphones, flattops to buzz cuts, and listens exclusively to pre-Autotune hip-hop and punk. A$AP Rocky, making his acting début as a drug dealer, finds the time to discuss the civil libertarian concerns raised by drones. Diggy, played by Clemons, is a young queer drummer, while Kravitz portrays Nakia, a lost soul with a seductive quietness studying for her GED.

Three thousand miles away and a few days later, Kravitz explains the appeal of Dope over a matcha tea at downtown Manhattan’s the Smile: “I’ve stayed away from doing ‘urban film’ because I just don’t relate to the characters. I’m not going to take a role because I happen to have the same skin color.” Kravitz, the 26-year-old daughter of musician Lenny (whose FaceTime requests she daintily declines during the interview) and actress Lisa Bonet, likens the film to Risky Business meets Friday meets Superbad.

Famuyiwa’s ability to see his characters beyond clichés is matched only by his ability to see his cast beyond their confines. Iman, who once attended the Met Gala on the arm of Tom Ford, plays Lily, an unhinged sexpot who spends most of her time onscreen being either high or naked and sometimes both. “This was the chance to show people my acting ability,” Iman says, “because Lily is the total opposite of who I am.” As for Lily’s other assets, on display in a plunging kimono and teeny-tiny pink terry romper, she notes, “Most people wouldn’t have taken this role because of the nudity, but I’ve done so many shoots topless … I look at it as art.” She shrugs, worldly beyond her 24 years. “Someone’s got to do it.” Even the veteran Kravitz was impressed: “She could have just been the hot girl naked in the pool. But she went for it!”

Clemons, for her part, fell in love with her character and even traded in her personal style—gamine collars and bright floral dresses—for Cross Colours jackets and Doc Martens. “Our costume designer, Patrik, knows that when he puts something on me, he’s never getting it back,” she says, joking.

As for what Kravitz, trying to keep warm in a cashmere Alexander Wang coat over a black sweater and jeans, took from Dope? “Well, it was a passion project,” she says, “and it shows that sometimes following your passions just works out.”