Wednesday 10 July 2013

New Divergent Stills of Tris & Four in People Magazine: Exclusive on the Set

Divergent is featured in People magazine, along with 3 new stills!

The first two, Tris close up, and Tris/Shailene Woodley looking Dauntless hanging on the edge of an L-train structure.
"I'm such a physical person," says Woodley. "I wish they would let me do more stunts!"

The second new still is bottom right, of Theo James/Four in some kind of fighting stance as he trains the initiates.
"He's thoughtful as well as strong," says james 28, of Four. "There's this quiet masculinity."

Theo on Four and Tris: "I love the chemistry between our characters, there is this great interplay. They are at the beginning of a love story, and you see it's development."

Update: Added article and High-Res versions of 2 of the stills after the cut.

Article: Good thing Shailene Woodley isn't afraid of heights!

The actress, 21, plays heroine Tris in Divergent, the first movie based on Veronica Roth's bestselling young-adult series.

"I have never done an action-type film," says Woodley, known for starring in the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager and playing George Clooney's daughter in the Oscar-nominated movie The Descendants. "So it's really exciting to jump into this."

In this exclusive photo from the Chicago set, Woodley dangles from an L train structure. "I'm such a physical, active person," Woodley told PEOPLE during a visit to the set. "So to be able to incorporate that with legit fight training and climbing up and down Ferris wheels, I'm so lucky."

Divergent, scheduled to hit theaters next March 21, is set in a grim, future Chicago. Society is divided into five different factions, each devoted to a specific virtue: Abnegation (the selfless), Candor (the honest), Amity (the peaceful), Erudite (the intelligent) and Dauntless (the brave).

At age 16, children take a test to determine their final placement. Woodley's character chooses the Dauntless faction and much like Tris, the actress wasn't afraid to go for it.

"I wish they would let me do more stunts," Woodley says. "I think it's really fun!"

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Source: People | Scan

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