Your entertaining info dose for today is: Shailene Woodley movies list. Shailene Diann Woodley is a young vibrant American actress who has dethroned all the top notches to reach the highest point of excellence. At the early age of 24 itself, she has proved that if you have gorgeous looks combined with amazing talent and willingness to work hard, you can do it! This adorable, rocking and sensational starlet is considered as one of the most credible and smartest actresses of modern film industry. Though she started her career with small roles, her breakthrough debut role in the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager (from 2008 to2013) gained her huge success.
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Top 10 Best Shailene Woodley Movies List
- The Descendants (2011)
Based on the novel of same name, this Alexander Payne’s movie won Shailene an Independent Spirit Award and also got her nominated for a Golden Globe Award. She plays the role of daughter of the land tycoon Matt King (played by George Clooney) who struggles with unpredicted occurrences of his monotonous life.
- Divergent (2014)
Year 2014 was really her year! Shailene Woodley movies 2014 list has not one or two but four hit movies that we loved watching. This science fiction action film too is based on novel of the same name. Shailene plays the role of Beatrice Priorand this character has proved that she can do complete justice to the role of leading action actress.
- The Spectacular Now (2013)
Shailene Woodley movies 2013 became an instant hit with this romantic comedy drama in which Shailene is assigned the role ofAimee Fineckey. Aimee is a simple girl who doesn’t wear any make up and loves reading science fiction whenever free.
- White Bird in a Blizzard (2014)
An art drama thriller that stars Shailene as Katrina Connors whose mother disappears when she was 17 years old. The story is shown in flashbacks where on one side Kat explores her emerging sexuality with her dashing but dumb schoolmate, while on the other side it shows her mother struggling with aging.
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- The Fault in our Stars (2014)
Another romantic drama that is again based on a novel of the same name. Woodley is seen here as Hazel Grace Lancaster, a 16 year old cancer patient who falls in love withAugustus Waters, another cancer patient. The film was a blockbuster with all praises for Woodley’s performance and also its script.
- Insurgent (2015)
Sequel to the 2014 film Divergent, this one got appreciated for its action sequences and visual style and also an amazing performance by Woodley. The plot of this movie takes place after 5 days of the previous installment.
- The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
Very few people know that this movie had starred Shailene initially as Mary Jane Watson. Since it was not a major role, the film’s directorMarc Webb decided to cut her scenes from the film to streamline the story.
- Snowden (2016)
This one is an upcoming movie scheduled for release on 13thMay this year. It is a biographical political thriller from directorOliver Stone. The story is about an American computer professional who leaks very important information from National Security Agency to the newspaper The Guardian.Shailene plays the role of Lindsay Mills, lady love of the computer professional.
- The Divergent Series: Allegiant (2016)
Third installment in The Divergent Series, this movie is schedule for release on 18th March this year. It is a sequel to 2015 movieInsurgent. It shows how Tris (Shailene) is forced to make difficult choices related to love, sacrifice, courage and loyalty.
- The Divergent Series: Ascendant (2017)
One of the much sought after bright faces of future, Shailene will once again be seen in this upcoming movie of the Divergent series in 2017. Concluding entry of The Divergent Series, the movie will show how Beatrice (Shailene) fights to bring an end to the Bureau of Genetic Welfare’s dictatorial rule over the United States.