Monday, 20 January 2014

Master Post: Shailene Woodley & Miles Teller at Sundance Film Festival 2014



Divergent stars Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller both had movies featured at the Sundance Film Festival this month, and both were in attendance to support their respective movies. More info on those movies below plus tons of interviews and pictures:










EW Portratis (Shailene Woodley)

 


Portrait Photos (Shailene Woodley)

Portraits 1


 



Portraits 2





Portraits 3 (source)

     




Fan Pics





T Magazine (Interview HERE)



HQ Pics (Variety)



EW Interview Pics



Variety



Happy/Sad/Confused with MTV's Josh Horowitz



La Bare After Party





White Bird in a Blizzard Premiere




White Bird in a Blizzard OFFICIAL After Party

   




After Party At the Village at the Inn

 





Videos

Q&A 'Whiplash' with Miles Teller




Q&A 'White Bird in a Blizzard' Shailene Woodley






Interviews - Miles Teller







Interviews - Shailene Woodley




Hollywire: Shailene talks about taking on a mature role in White Bird in a Blizzard, being part of DIVERGENT, and her Sundance survival kit.




PopStop TV: Shailene talks about White Bird movie, as well as DIVERGENT, Hunger Games comparisons, & Kate Winslet




AP: Shailene talks DIVERGENT, and her 'White Bird' cast mates talk about her "the sweetest girl who works so hard"



Vanity Fair: Shailene on getting used to short hair, nudity in White Bird in a Blizzard, DIVERGENT




We Live Film: Shailene on being the new 'it' girl, how she approaches each acting role, filming nude scenes, and more. She wants to do a comedy at some point, as well as a really dark role like Black Swan.



MTV: Shailene talks about Spider-man 2, The Fault in our Stars & DIVERGENT.
While her small role in the upcoming Marvel didn't didn't make the final cut, an appearance in "The Amazing Spider-Man 3" was never officially taken off the table. When Woodley spoke with MTV News in Park City for the Sundance Film Festival, she cast doubt on the possibility of reprising the role of MJ because of an increasingly busy schedule.

"I don't know anything, but seeing as how they picked up the next two 'Divergent' films, I don't know how I would keep my sanity with two big action films in one year," she said. "But anything can happen." Though it might not boast the same scale as "Divergent" or "The Amazing Spider-Man 2,"

"The Fault in Our Stars" promises to deliver an emotional punch that rivals the might of any blockbuster. For the adaptation of John Green's beloved book, Woodley got to reteam with her "Divergent" co-star Ansel Elgort. According to Woodley, fans of the book don't have to worry about one important scene in particular, because Elgort totally nailed it. "There is one scene in the book where Gus goes to a gas station, and he tries to buy a pack of cigarettes because it's the only way he can assert his own independence after becoming very sick," Woodley said. "He did that scene so much justice, and he brought his all. It was midnight when we filmed it, and he just sat there and lost it for hours. I was just sort of in awe."


Interview Links

Video: La Times - Miles Teller talks about the making of 'Whiplash' (click link)
Video: EW - Miles Teller talks 'Whiplash' 
Video: EW - Shailene Woodley talks 'White Bird in a Blizzard' 
Video: Variety - Shailene Woodley Explains 'White Bird in a Blizzard' 
Interview: Huffington Post - Shailene Woodley talks about White Bird, Spider-Man, & Miles Teller 




The movies:

First up, take a look at the trailer for Shailene's movie 'White Bird in a Blizzard:

 

White Bird in a Blizzard is written and directed by Gregg Araki (Smiley Face, Kaboom). Based on the acclaimed novel by Laura Kasischke, the film tells the story of Kat Connors (Shailene Woodley), a young woman whose life is turned upside down by the sudden disappearance of her beautiful, enigmatic mother (Eva Green of Casino Royale and Dark Shadows).

The film which premiered at the Film Festival on January 20th, has no official release date for now. Check out some stills below:


 



There's no trailer for 'Whiplash' starring Miles Teller yet, but check out these stills and the synopsis below: The movie was shown at the festival opening night on January 16, and has recieved great reviews from critics. EW says it could be the movie to "make Miles Teller a star"


"Andrew, a promising 19-year-old drummer at a cutthroat Manhattan music conservatory, has little interest in being just a musician. Haunted by his father’s failed writing career and plagued with the fear that mediocrity just might be genetic, Andrew dreams of greatness. Determined not to follow in his father’s footsteps, he practices daily until his hands literally bleed. The pressure of success ratchets into high gear when he is picked to join the school band led by the infamous Terence Fletcher, a brutally savage music instructor who will stop at nothing to realize a student’s potential. Under Fletcher’s ruthless direction, Andrew begins to pursue perfection at any cost—even his humanity. Whiplash is both written and directed by American filmmaker Damien Chazelle.

 

All Film Photos Courtesy of Sundance Institute.
Fan pic sources: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 |
La Bare After party: source |  HQ: source | Portraits | Premiere & After Party: Zimbio

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