Win DIVERGENT Merchandise In Our Fantastic Competition!


To celebrate the UK cinema release of DIVERGENT on 4th April, we’ve three fantastic merchandise bundles to give away to our readers, which includes a Divergent zip up top, temporary tattoos, faction wristbands, water bottle and bag.

Divergent is a thrilling action-adventure set in a future world where people are divided into distinct factions based on their personalities. Tris Prior (Woodley) is warned she is Divergent and will never fit into any one group. When she discovers a conspiracy to destroy all Divergents, she must find out what makes being Divergent so dangerous before it’s too late.

Divergent stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet, Miles Teller, Jai Courtney, Ashley Judd, Tony Goldwyn, Ray Stevenson, Zoe Kravitz, Maggie Q, Mekhi Phifer, Ansel Elgort, Christian Madsen, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Ben Lamb, and Amy Newbold, and is directed by Neil Burger (Limitless).

For your chance to win a DIVERGENT merchandise bundle, simply comment below telling us your favourite film starring Kate Winslet and why it’s your favourite.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Monday 21st April 2014 and three valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• One entry per household
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 3 winners will win 1x Divergent merchandise bundle
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. Favourite Kate Winslet Film would be Contagion one of Steven Soderbergs better works and better told than Outbreak.

  2. I love all of Kate Winslet’s movies ,Divergent is my favourite but if I had to pick a different one I would have to say Finding Never land there is a magical feel to the movie with its great cast , it makes you feel like imagination is the greatest thing and it is overall just such a sweet movie!

  3. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind – great bit of accent butchering and mad coloured hair but a clever film than most

  4. Titanic because its one of her most iconic films and a real favourite of mine. Its timeless and such a beautiful film.

  5. Titanic is my favourite because of in-depth the love story is, and also how it revolves around one of the most iconic ships ever

  6. Titanic would have to be my fave Kate Winslet film simply because it’s a classic and it makes me cry at the end every time!

  7. Titanic is my favourite because of the spectacular scenes of the sinking ship and the outstanding performances by Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio

  8. My favourite Kate Winslet movie would be Heavenly Creatures. It was one of the first of her movies and she is almost unrecognisable in it. She also, like Divergent, is not playing a goody two shoes damsel in distress.

  9. My favourite Kate Winslet film is Sense and Sensibility – she is every ounce believeable as Marianne Dashwood and all her many feelings and flights of fancy. A wonderful film and a wonderful performance. I love every minute!

  10. Okay so it’s a soppy, girly film but I loved her in Sense and Sensibility as Marianne Dashwood. It was a great performance for one so young.

  11. to be fair i have only seen titanic and finding neverland that she was in and neverland i thought was a terrible film so that leaves titanic as the only choice left so titanic it is and i must say he does play a great role of rose in it

  12. My favourite Kate Winslet movie is Finding Neverland. I got so many deep feelings with that film. The ending made me cry so much !

  13. I love her as Rita the rat in Flushed Away, because she sounds so common and down to earth in it and Rita, her character is a modern, powerful female with a heart of gold.

  14. favourite kate winslet film is titanic a very good film with plenty of great moments and well told from the real life events

  15. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – loved the story line, and the acting was “spotless” from all involved. 😆

  16. Titanic because its a great movie with action, an epic love story and it has endless rewatch value.

  17. Titanic – it’s so iconic and she was amazing in it, I really believed her character and all her emotions she went through

  18. Titanic – it’s a classic, timeless and you could watch it hundreds of times and still not get bored of it! 🙂

  19. It has to be Titanic! 😀
    Absolutely amazing film full of drama, an epic love story & action.
    Titanic will still be watched and loved in 20 years time. 🙂 x

  20. Titanic, because I went to see this film with my Mam. As soon as the film started, my Mam began to cry. I was upset to see Mam cry .. something she absolutely never did .. not even when she dropped the heavy sideboard on her toe. Anyhow, I asked why she was crying, and she just sobbed, I know how the film ends .. they all drown. Well, that set me off, too. By the time we came out of the cinema, we were emotional wrecks … saddest movie in history.

  21. its got to be titanic its just a classic movie brought to life because it was based on a true life advent it give me chil 😯 ls to watch the boat sink and think about all the people dying back then on the real ship its moving

  22. I love Kate Winslet films but I think my favourite would be Titanic – no matter how many times I watch it ( and I have seen it loads of times! Loads and loads and loads!), I always see something new in it – and I still cry every time!

  23. Divergent – saw it last week at an advanced preview and was hooked, it was great to see her playing a baddy and I loved the story line so much I came home and got the book.

    Second up would be Titanic, I think she looked beautiful as Rose and had a great chemistry with Mr DiCaprio

  24. My favourite is Mildred Pierce, she played this so well and it shows what a person can do if they have the opportunity.

  25. My favourite Kate Winslet film is Contagion. I heard something about a virus and thought it would be a zombie movie, was quite surprised when the people who were dying of the virus weren’t coming back to life! But despite the lack of zombies, it was still a really good film and Kate played a great part. This is of course closely followed by Titanic.

  26. titanic because of the nude scene!plus the film seemed to fit her personality because she seems to have a vulnerability to her

  27. Titanic – Rose is a spirited heroine in the mould of Golden Age Hollywood greats. Just one quibble though, Kate: there was room on the raft for Leo!

  28. It would have to be Titanic as it was such an inspirational story and the fact that it actually happened adds a sense of reality to the film.

  29. Titanic,it’s my absolute favourite film. A beautiful love story that could make even the coldest person cry. Kate was a perfect choice for the role of Rose, she plays her perfectly.

  30. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I’m not a huge fan of Kate’s acting so prefer her in this supporting role to the excellent Jim Carey. I do like films that take a weird slant on reality though so her ‘not quite right’ type of acting fits in quite well here 🙄

  31. I love The Holiday. Always makes me feel good at Christmas and I love all the main characters in it – Jude Law, Cameron Diaz and Jack Black. Its a bit corny, but I don’t care.

  32. Divergent – As a reader of the series, I wanted the casting of Jeanine Matthews to be spot on. I watched Divergent last week (it was a thrill ride – absolutely brilliant!) and was blown away with Kate Winslet’s performance as the evil Jeanine.
    Titanic’s a classic – but Divergent was everything I hoped it would be. 🙂

  33. ENIGMA. Good plot, and a “sensible” role for Kate Winslet, which didn’t rely on her “looking good”.

  34. Favourite film has got to be titanic its such a lovely story and makes me cry also I had a great uncle who died on it

  35. Deffinately Titanic,once a classic always a classic and is one of those films that no matter how many times you watch it its always special

  36. Titanic because it has everything thats makes a good film and me and my children never tire of watching it 🙂

  37. Titanic – shes an amazing actress, plays the part like a dream, the films so sad yet funny and romantic all at the same time. a true classic!

  38. Its cheesy but its got to be Titanic, I love a good love story and that has to be the best…and saddest too!

  39. The Reader. It’s a really emotional and emotive film. How the relationship is built is really engaging.

  40. I think it would actually have to be Divergent, i feel like it has been her most interesting character that she has played plus she nailed the character from the book in my opinion.

  41. She’s a great actress who’s done many a great film. Heavenly creatures was fab. The only one I hate is titanic commercial rubbish in my opinion but I know that’s really controversial

  42. I love The Holiday. I know its pretty crap but Jack Black is great as always and Kate does a good job with what would otherwise be a terrible film.

  43. “The Reader” is superb. Having read the book well before the film came out I had to go and see how much they’d slaughtered it by and was pleasantly surprised! Kate is well cast and gives a great performance as Hanna Schmitz.

  44. I think Beautiful Creatures is wonderful. It is the film that brought her fame and was a stunning debut.

  45. Enigma, it’s because I love the book and film so much I am a bit biased but I think Kate is great in everything anyway.

  46. It’s got to be Titanic. it’s such a wonderful emotional film. I still remember seeing it at the cinema and how everyone was crying their eyes out at the end of the movie. Kate’s finest movie by far

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