I’ve added some beautiful photos from Shailene’s upcoming cover feature in Nylon to the gallery. Love the styling for her here!
I’ve updated the gallery with scans and outtakes from Shailene’s cover feature and story for the April issue of ELLE. I’m curious to know, what are your thoughts on this shoot? I personally much preferred her previous cover for the magazine. Also, a quick heads up regarding lack of updates these past few weeks. I’ll be working on updating the gallery with the latest Insurgent promo events, premieres, talk shows appearances and more over the coming days. Apologies for the delay, I have just been very busy. Thanks for your patience!
Shailene is featured on the cover of W Magazine’s Best Performances Issue, in a striking new photoshoot by renowned photographer Tim Walker. The issue also features other acclaimed actors from the past 12 months including Amy Adams, Keira Knightley, Michael Keaton, Scarlett Johansson and many more. Shailene was recognized for her work in The Fault in Our Stars.
My favorite love story is Dirty Dancing. I was young when I saw it, and I wanted to be Baby! I loved that she and Patrick Swayze came from different worlds, and yet they wanted similar things out of life. And, of course, I loved the dancing. It was sexier than most sex scenes.
With thanks to tfs, I’ve added scans of Shailene’s small feature in the current issue of InStyle to the gallery. Along with other names including Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman and Pharrell Williams, Shailene speaks out on a causes that is very close to her heart–Food & Water Watch.
I’ve added a lovely new portrait session of Shailene to the gallery. The accompanying interview can be found below–be sure to take a look.
REUTERS – For actress Shailene Woodley, transitioning from her teen years into adulthood in Hollywood was an emotional experience.
“When I saw ‘Fault in Our Stars’ for the first time, I started crying,” Woodley said of her hit coming-of-age cancer film earlier this summer.
“I recognized that this is such a bittersweet moment, because this is the last young adult film I’d ever do, because I can no longer empathize with the teenage process.”
Woodley, 22, has carved out a career playing teen heroines, from Tris in the “Divergent” film adaptations and cancer patient Hazel in “Fault in Our Stars,” to Kat Connor in “White Bird in a Blizzard,” out in U.S. theaters on Friday.
In “White Bird,” Woodley plays a complex young girl who has to come to terms with her beautiful but troubled mother Eve (Eva Green) suddenly going missing.
Sprawled out on the floor of a Los Angeles hotel room, Woodley talked to Reuters about portraying teen sexuality, violence in young adult films and whether she’d ever enter the Marvel universe.