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2 'Divergent' actors to host screening in Michigan

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"Divergent" opens nationwide on March 21. "Divergent" opens nationwide on March 21.

ROYAL OAK, Mich. -- Two of the stars of "Divergent" are set to host a screening of the upcoming film at a Royal Oak theater.

Mekhi Phifer and Maggie Q are to be on hand for the event Tuesday at Emagine Royal Oak. They're to walk the red carpet beforehand.

Fans are encouraged to attend for a chance to meet the actors and attend the special screening.

"Divergent" is the big-screen adaptation of a young-adult novel that's been compared to "The Hunger Games." The action-adventure film is set in a world where people are divided into factions based on human virtues.

It stars Shailene Woodley and Kate Winslet and comes out on March 21.

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