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Shailene Woodley Shines in Divergent Trailer

Originally posted 11/13/2013 01:30PM

It's almost time to pick your faction.

On Wednesday, Summit Entertainment released a two-and-a-half-minute trailer for Divergent, the first film in Veronica Roth's popular young adult series of the same name.

As the film's protagonist, Beatrice "Tris" Pryor, Shailene Woodley opens the tease opposite her mother (played by Ashley Judd), and the tension of this incredible story builds as the camera pans across the futuristic dystopian version of Chicago the duo live in.

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See Shailene Woodley in First Divergent Trailer

Divergent Trailer Premieres at MTV Video Music Awards

Originally posted 08/25/2013 09:15PM

Just before the VMAs on Sunday, MTV premiered the an exclusive clip for Divergent, the Neil Burger-directed adaptation of Veronica Roth's young adult novel, starring Shailene Woodley.

The fast-paced trailer gave fans glimpses of tattoos, death-defying leaps, flying knives and gun-toting soldiers.

As Beatrice "Tris" Prior, the book and film's 16-year-old protagonist and narrator, Woodley lives in a futuristic dystopian Chicago, where society is broken into five factions, each dedicated to a different virtue. Abnegation (where Beatrice was raised) is for the selfless, Dauntless is for the brave, Amity is for the peaceful, Candor is for the honest and Erudite is for the intelligent.

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Jennifer Lawrence Gave Shailene Woodley 'Really Beautiful Advice' About Fame

Shailene Woodley: Jennifer Lawrence Gave Me 'Really Beautiful Advice' About Fame

Originally posted 07/20/2013 11:45AM

Shailene Woodley got some sage advice from someone who knows what it's like to be the face of a major movie franchise.

Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, 21, got straight to the point when it came to helping guide Woodley, also 21, as excitement builds for her upcoming Divergent series.

Woodley, who calls the instruction "really beautiful advice," told Vanity Fair that Lawrence said simply, "[The experience] will be the best thing that ever happened. But don't be an idiot, do a sex tape [or] do drugs. And go to Whole Foods when your movie opens."

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