Shailene Woodley & Ansel Flawless Faces

shailene-ansel (1)Shailene Woodley & Ansel Elgort flawless in Entertainment Weekly.Source.

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  • laura

    I loved this photo shoot, just a shame that they photoshopped them too much in some pictures. They seriously don’t need that.

  • boystan

    whos that guy

    • laura

      Ansel Elgort, he’s in Divergent and in TFIOS :)

      • boystan

        that’s not the hot guy from divergent is he?

        • laura

          No, the hot guy is Theo James (he should’ve been shirtless more often tbh), he’s Tris’ brother.

          • boystan

            YAAAAAS

          • laura

            Sometimes I wonder why they even let him wear a shirt in that movie… I want more shirtless scenes in Insurgent tbh.

          • ISeeSparksFly

            There better be some damn shirtless scenes in Insurgent. There should be, considering Tris and Four come close to doing the deed like 5 times in that book haha.

            Seriously though, I was like panting when Four took off his shirt to show Tris his tattoo in the movie. Theo is honestly one of the sexiest guys I’ve ever seen. His voice is just so deep and he’s so manly and agh.

  • boystan

    bow to the new jlaw

  • rachel

    I’m so worried about this movie. They’re both really cute, but I still sincerely don’t see them as Hazel and Gus. Their performances will have to convince me. Really, really convince me.

    • laura

      Did you see the extended trailer though? That one convinced me.

      • rachel

        I saw it… but still… it’s meh. I know I can’t really judge a whole movie on a few clips, but from what I’ve seen, I’m not 100% convinced this will be a good adaption. They don’t look the part (to me) and they’re making it seem like a teeny romance Nicholas Sparks crap movie, so I’m really hesitant about it. But I’ll still watch it because I loved the book and I really hope they do a good job on it. Shailene is a good actress and I haven’t seen Ansel in anything to say so, but I just really hope they really do the book justice and it’s not as uncomfortable as it seems to me now. I’m hesitantly optimistic.

        • whut

          Know that John Green pretty much involved himself here. He chose Shai and Ansel. So, if it’s not a ‘good adaption,’ it’s pretty much your opinion.

          • rachel

            Know that any author would be happy that there was an adaption in the first place and would say or agree with anything the studio wanted so the movie would be made, even if it meant saying yes to actors they didn’t have in mind. And I clearly stated that it was my opinion. I didn’t say it wasn’t a good adaption. I said I hoped it would be. Everything I said was my opinion. Read and understand before you attempt to say something.

        • laura

          Hmm I totally get you. I was terrified when I heard there was going to be an adaption since adaptions never are as good as the book (except for a clockwork orange). But I guess what you have to do, is look at them separately and just don’t compare the two. You can’t really compare a book to a movie, you know? They’re too different for that.
          But I have hope since John Green was very much involved with the project so honestly, it can’t be bad. We’ll just have to wait and see :)

          • Emmatome

            I guess I kinda feel the same way. I’ve always been disappointed with the books they made into movies. Except for The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, which I thought was perfect as a movie.
            As for TFiOS, the book is beyond amazing, in my opinion. And I feel like, even if the movie is good and the actors are good, etc, it won’t ever be as good as the original work. It can’t be.

          • laura

            That is exactly the problem with adaptations. I know it is going to be good though, no doubt about that, but I guess we’ll all be disappointed since it won’t be as amazing as the book. Even though I say you should step away from it and not compare the two, I am pretty sure I will anyway haha I kind of wished that I didn’t read the book already and would’ve waited after the movie..

          • Emmatome

            I like to read the book first. I don’t know, I just picture some things, in my head, and I like to see how someone else imagined those things, which is why I like to see the movies afterwards. It’s interesting. And even though I probably shouldn’t, like you just said, I also like to compare the movies with the books. Like “I wouldn’t have put it that way… Cause in the book it was described as… It should have been more like… They didn’t put this scene…” That kind of thing, IDK… I’m probably just weird.

          • laura

            Me too but after seeing the movie adaptation and being disappointed, I wish I hadn’t.
            I know, it’s just so lovely to make up this entirely different world in your head and have all the characters and then see how everything looks like in the movie. It’s just so stupid that movies only last like 2 hours and so they can’t put everything in it. Omg yes but sometimes I’m also like ‘wow that is actually really clever’ or ‘wow that’s even cooler than I imagined!’

    • Rianne

      I think we should trust the directors of the movie, and John Green.. I know how you feel about some things that you have imagined different and stuff, i have that too. But a movie can never get as good as a perfect book. They’re just two totally different things, some thing in a book can’t be transformed in a good way to make something important in a movie. A movie is allways shorter than a book, you can read a book in days/hours/weeks, but a movie will allways(not allways) be under 180 minutes long.

      Other than that, I pictured August Waters just the way Ansel looks, just with a bit longer hair. Shay on the other hand, looks too shy in the movie? idk.

  • Marina And My Diamonds

    Nice photos, they look sincerely happy with one another like a couple.

  • ISeeSparksFly

    Awe, Ansel looks really cute here. :)

    But I still only see Tris and Caleb and half expect Four to pop out of nowhere.