Thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we have this fantastic photo of Shailene posing with Divergent co-star Theo James in their annual studio photo booth at San Diego Comic-Con, and were joined by director Neil Burger and author Veronica Roth. They spoke to THR about the upcoming film, which they just wrapped shooting of a couple of days before the panel at Comic-Con. You can watch that interview right here. Enjoy!
Category: Photo Updates
Shailene and co-star Miles Teller were on New York Live this morning to talk about and promote their new film The Spectacular Now. Check out the photo below! I’ve been searching around for videos from the appearance, with no luck at the moment. I’ll be sure to make a post if I find anything.
Some gorgeous photos of Shailene attending the press event for Summit Entertainment held at Comic-Con International have been added to the gallery. A huge thanks to the lovely Lora for donating some of these. Stay tuned for lots more photos from yesterday’s appearances!
I’ve uploaded some adorable new portraits of Shailene and her Divergent co-star Theo James posing for Entertainment Weekly to the gallery. Hopefully we’ll be seeing a few more of these over the coming days!
I’ve updated the gallery with a bunch of adorable photos of Shailene alongside co-stars Maggie Q, Zoë Kravitz, Miles Teller, Theo James and director Neil Burger at Comic-Con International for the Divergent Press Line. Enjoy the photos!
In a followup to the scans posted the other day, Shailene’s photoshoot for Interview has been added to the gallery. Shailene was interviewed by Emma Stone to discuss her graduation from The Secret Life, her quickly expanding oeuvre, and the challenges of growing up, acting out, and coming of age—both on-screen and off. The interview is quite long so I’ve added it in full under the cut. Enjoy!
INTERVIEW MAGAZINE — If you never had a chance to watch the recently concluded ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager, then, like most things about adolescence that are woefully ignored or misunderstood, you probably don’t fully appreciate the true magnitude of what Shailene Woodley has already been through and wouldn’t understand it if she tried to explain it to you. During the show’s five-year run, which culminated in June with Woodley’s character, teen mom Amy Juergens, heading off to college, the arc of the show’s narrative found Amy, at various points, wrestling with a multitude of issues pertaining to sex, romantic confusion, unplanned pregnancy, and young motherhood, and later, as the series progressed, the very many inherent difficulties involved in being a sexually active teen mom surrounded by yet more sex, romantic confusion, and unplanned pregnancy—as well as, in season two, a pregnant mother (played by Molly Ringwald!). And to make matters worse: the sexual encounter that leads to the pregnancy and that sets off the whole chain of events for Amy? Happened at band camp.
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