It’s no Hunger Games.
It’s no Hunger Games.
Shailene Woodley‘s new, deep brunette hair color made its red carpet debut at the NYC premiere of Allegiant on Monday, March 14, and it’s a big change from what we’re seeing here!
I know what you’re thinking: they’re still making Allegiant movies? And the answer is yes. I’m not into them and don’t know anybody who really is, so the most exciting news I can report is this. And hey, I like hair. So it’s exciting for me.
Check out the new, bold tone after the jump!
I am SO looking forward to this film, you guys!
Here are actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley filming Oliver Stone‘s new movie “Snowden” on location outside the White House on in Washington, D.C.
Gordon-Levitt plays the title role in Stone’s film, while Woodley plays Snowden’s girlfriend, Lindsay Mills. But these aren’t the only heavy-hitters who make an appearance in the biopic. “Snowden” co-stars Nicolas Cage, Melissa Leo, Zachary Quinto, Tom Wilkinson, Rhys Ifans, Joely Richardson and Timothy Olyphant.
Open Road Films will release the film in the heart of Oscar season, on Dec. 25. Are you excited for it?!
Shailene Woodley is featured on the cover of the April 2015 issue of Nylon magazine and inside, she says that the future of food is insects. Huh?
The Insurgent actress, 23, who’s already known for her clay consumption and bone broth diet, revealed the strangest thing she’s ever devoured in the mag’s behind-the-scenes video.
“I’ve eaten ants and that was great,” the New Age-y star noted. “And June bugs, that was great. I think the future of food is in insects, so we’ll see what happens.”
Luckily, she’s not an insect herself — although she said she wouldn’t mind flying. “If I could,” Woodley mused, “I would grow a pair of wings and fly.”
She also had some words of wisdom with regard to helping the Earth. She said, “Everyone could and should do a lot for the planet. I think you should find one small thing that works for you and dedicate and commit to that one thing every single day.”
She continued, “When you leave the house just unplug your toaster, coffee machine, your TV, which doesn’t need to be on all day.”
She added, “Don’t ask for a straw in a restaurant. Make it a goal not to drink out of plastic as much as possible. Turn the shower off when you’re washing your body and don’t waste the water. There are a lot of small things out there, you just find the one that works for you.”