'Insurgent''s Shailene Woodley is big winner at 2014 Teen Choice Awards; Confesses love for 'Shark Week'
On Sunday, Shailene Woodley was among the big winners at the recently conclude 2014 Teen Choice Awards, E! Online reported. Woodley, who is set to reprise her role as Tris along Theo James' Four in "Insurgent," won the biggest awards for her critically-acclaimed drama "The Fault in Our Stars." The movie won Choice Movie: Drama and Woodley won Choice Movie: Chemistry alongside leading man Ansel Elgort, who, coincidentally, is also part of "Insurgent" as Woodley's brother, Caleb Prior. Woodley, who also won Choice Movie Actress: Action/Adventure, confessed her love for "Shark Week to the live audience.
"I'm actually going to take this in the water during shark week!" Woodley told the crowd.
The week-long television event by Discovery Channel has enthralled small screen audiences since the late 80s. The annual shark-infested event was kicked off by the first-ever Fin Fest during the weekend by no other than Bob Oschack, who co-host TV favorite "Shark After Dark," Mashable said.
Meanwhile, Woodley is set to bring chemistry to the big screen, this time again with James, who has been rumored to be her boyfriend. Fashion and Style quoted the 29 year-old actor talking about Woodley's physical transformation in the film, and was imaginative about his description. He said, "When I'm looking at Shai on screen, now you get a character progression in a visual way." He continued, "There's a maturity and a difference between the character here and in the first movie."
However, it has been said that there would be a few good things in "Insurgent". One thing the fans can expect on the sequel to "Divergent" is that Tris and Four would be seen fighting often in the sequel, which could damage their onscreen relationship. James added, "It's so much bigger and has these rich themes of trust and betrayal and a love story between two people that you haven't seen in films of this nature before."
"Insurgent" will be hitting the big screen on March 20, 2015. According to Lawyer Herald, producers have big hopes for the sequel. "Divergent" earned $54 million for its opening week and garnered around $270 million worldwide.