Thursday 19 December 2013

Forbes: 'DIVERGENT' is the Second Most Buzzed About 2014 Movie

According to social media research firm Fizziology, DIVERGENT is the second most buzzed about movie online, after Fast & Furious 7. This is good news because the more interest and support gained for the movie, the more chance we'll get to see sequels made.

Forbes: "Divergent is the second most buzzed about 2014 film on social media. Based on the best-selling young adult series by Veronica Roth, the first Divergent film hits theaters in March. A trailer for the film showed with Catching Fire, which has grossed $732 million to date. If the same fan base turns out for Divergent, it could be a huge hit. While other young adult adaptations have faltered (Beautiful Creatures, Ender’s Game), many believe Divergent has the best chance of being the next Hunger Games."

DIVERGENT is also #5 on Fandango's Most Anticipated 2014 Movie's list.

1 comment:

  1. Your car could be stolen if you don't remember this!

    Imagine that your car was taken! When you visit the police, they inquire about a specific "VIN check"

    A VIN decoder is what?

    Similar to a passport, the "VIN decoder" allows you to find out the date of the car's birth and the identity of its "parent" (manufacturing facility). You can also find out:

    1.Type of engine

    2.Model of a vehicle

    3.The limitations of the DMV

    4.The number of drivers in this vehicle

    You will be able to locate the car, and keeping in mind the code ensures your safety. The code can be viewed in the online database. The VIN is situated on various parts of the car to make it harder for thieves to steal, such as the first person seated on the floor, the frame (often in trucks and SUVs), the spar, and other areas.

    What happens if the VIN is harmed on purpose?

    There are numerous circumstances that can result in VIN damage, but failing to have one will have unpleasant repercussions because it is illegal to intentionally harm a VIN in order to avoid going to jail or the police. You could receive a fine of up to 80,000 rubles and spend two years in jail. You might be stopped on the road by a teacher.


    The VIN decoder may help to save your car from theft. But where can you check the car reality? This is why we exist– VIN decoders!