'Insurgent' Movie 2015 Soundtrack Release Date: Shailene Woodley Fans Pick Ellie Goulding, Veronica Roth Picks Muse [VIDEO]

(Photo : Divergent Facebook) 'Insurgent' has a new movie poster and film trailer. It stars Shailene Woodley as Tris and Theo James as Four as the lead characters. Naomi Watts will join the cast this year.

Fans of Veronica Roth's "Divergent" series are dying to see the next installment of the trilogy entitled "Insurgent." The movie is set to premiere March 20, 2015, and there's already buzz about the soundtrack for the upcoming film and its release date. 

One of the familiar names that keeps popping up in connection to the "Insurgent" soundtrack is Ellie Goulding, who is known for laying down the track "Beating Heart" on "Divergent" with Hans Zimmer as executive producer. 

On the official trailer released in connection to "Insurgent," we hear the music for "See What I've Become," by Zack Hemsey. It's certainly dramatic enough and sets the mood for a dark and tumultuous movie like "Insurgent."

Hemsey's work has been largely popularized through its use in film trailers. A notable example was the third trailer for the 2010 movie "Inception," which included his composition "Mind Heist."

So who do fans have in mind for a playlist this time around? A fan-made "Insurgent" soundtrack music cover featuring Tris shows the original motion picture score composed by Joseph Trapanese. Trapanese has been the composer for such movies as "Oblivion," "Tron" and "The Bourne Legacy," as well as Showtime's "Dexter."

Back in Nov. 2014, Hitflix released an interview between the composer and Katie Hasty in which they discussed the film scores he's been behind. It was during this interview that Trapanese exclusively revealed that he's on tap as composer for "Insurgent."

When asked how "Insurgent" would be different from "Divergent," this is what Trapanese had to say:

"The first film had a lot of sounds in it, very song-driven from artists like Woodkid and Ellie Goulding. It gave the film something to hold on to, to really bring you through the journey. This film, there's a lot more danger and a lot more at stake. We've vacated the song-based soundtrack, relied more on the score. The score is darker and more intense."

So does that mean that the film will be devoid of vocalists like Ellie Goulding? Trapanese was tight-lipped about it and stated he couldn't discuss it. He also hadn't finished the score yet, which will heavily influence the direction of artists involved with the project — if there are to be any.

For more about the interview, fans of the series can read about it here.

So what's the consensus concerning a playlist for the upcoming "Insurgent" installment with fans on social media? So far, the answers are varied.

Besides Ellie Goulding, the songs "Hurricane" by 30 Seconds to Mars, "Light em Up" and "Sugar We're Goin Down" by Fall Out Boy have come up on Twitter along with artists like Imagine Dragons, Skylar Grey, Lorde and Banks.

During a live Twitter chat back in 2012, "Divergent" fans asked Veronica Roth what her playlist would be. Among her picks were "Hysteria" by Muse and "Timshel" by Mumford & Sons. On Jan. 29, 2015, a video posted by Worldwide Soundtracks popped up on YouTube listed as "Insurgent Soundtrack" (2015). It seems everybody has their own playlist wish list. 

Let us know who you'd like to see make the cut. 

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