This photo released by Summit Entertainment, LLC shows Maggie Q, left, as Tori and Shailene Woodley as Beatrice "Tris" Prior, in the film, "Divergent." (AP Photo/Summit Entertainment, Jaap Buitendijk)
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Dystopian thriller "Divergent," the story of a society that divides people based on personality traits, dominated weekend movie charts with $56 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales, kicking off a new franchise for "Hunger Games" producer Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.The debut of "Divergent" fell short of the box office heights of two other young adult franchises.Lions Gate said Friday it was confident "Divergent" would become an important franchise for the company and it was moving ahead with the second film in the series, called "Insurgent," which will reach theaters in March 2015 . The company spent $85 million to produce "Divergent," plus $40 million to $45 million on marketing, according to a person with knowledge of the film's budget.The movie was distributed by 20th Century Fox.
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