Choosing The Cast
Golden Globe nominated Shailene Woodley and Theo James lead the cast of
while Academy Award winner Kate Winslet plays the villain. A stellar young cast
Teller, Zoe Kravitz, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Christian Madsen, Amy Newbold, and Ansel
Playing Woodley's on screen family are Ansel Elgort, Ashley Judd, and Tony
Goldwyn. In other
adult roles, the film also features Ray Stevenson, Jai Courtney, Maggie Q, and
Finding the right actress to play the heroine who is a mix of selflessness and
task number one for the filmmakers.
Producer Douglas Wick comments, "Tris was unlike any character we had ever
She had been raised in a selfless home, but she had grit and wanted to know more
world. She has extraordinary inner resources as the story progress. She'll be
tested in huge
ways, but she's not someone who's physically superior. She wasn't just a
conventional beauty in
the story. Tris is a really complicated, interesting, new hero and casting that
daunting, because what actress could possibly play all that? Plus we had to find
an actress who
could carry a movie that is an epic story, but told in a very personal way.
Every inch had to be
"Tris begins as this very mild-mannered, shy, and self-contained person who
that she's not able to live up to the ideals of her parents," adds author
Veronica Roth. "When she
chooses Dauntless, it's almost giving up, I'm not good enough, selfless enough,
Abnegation. Then she discovers this world in which she's actually
That's arc of taking ownership of these qualities for which she's felt shame,
and then ultimately
recapturing the person that her parents would want her to be. It's a very
bouncing back and forth, but with different information each time you return to
brave, selfless, brave. In the end, she's must reconcile those two qualities
"She is in almost every frame of the movie," adds director Neil Burger. "Tris
being this ordinary young woman, through this rigorous physical and mental
training, and ends up
being this badass warrior. We needed an actress who could encompass all of that:
who could be
meek and unassuming and then really pull it out and kick ass in the end, and do
it all in a very
believable way. Tris isn't a superhero. She's a real person who works hard at
her training yet
has failings and weaknesses. At first you think she has no business doing any of
the things that
she's going to do, but she really develops these skills that she puts to use
helping others and
saving herself in the end. To find an actress who could play all of that and
really hold the screen
for the entire two hours of the movie, had to be somebody who was really
"We thought we were going to have to go search the world and meet every cool
actress around to find Tris. Doug had done Girl, Interrupted and met every girl
of a certain age at
that time, and obviously that ended up with Angelina Jolie winning an Academy
thought 'this will be fun, we'll meet everybody.' It ended up being the easiest
piece of casting that
we ever did... we met Shailene Woodley almost right away and it was game over,"
producer Lucy Fisher.
"Shailene emerged pretty quickly as our favorite choice," agrees Wick. "Her
work in The
Descendants spoke to a screen presence. If you can hold the screen against a
star like George
Clooney, you're something really formidable."
"I'd been blown away by her in that movie because I thought she had this
combination of vulnerability and rebelliousness, plus arrogance," agrees Burger.
"That was the
perfect combination for Tris. Shailene was one of the first people that I met in
the casting process
and she's an incredible likeable person. She's very real and she's honest. She's
a hugger and
she means it. She has a real sweetness and a real young quality about her. That
was perfect for
the Abnegation Beatrice. But could she do the fighting? Would you really believe
her as a
"We were so ecstatic when we met Shai. She came in to our office and told us
what she was going to do that weekend, which was to be kidnapped by 'a
terrorist' in an urban
survivalist course. She likes to be dropped off for two weeks in Maine, and then
live on her own
with a gun and a hatchet," enthuses Fisher. "Can we be so lucky? This is what
doing for real. The Dauntless side was definitely there."
"Shai has hunted and she's lived off the grid. She has these interests in
survivalist, making due, finding what food you can eat in the forest, and living
outside for days.
She has it. She's got this quality. She's used guns before. I was really
intrigued," admits Burger.
"But, she also has the girl-next-door, everyday quality to her. She can come off
as not that
special and at the beginning, when she's still called Beatrice, she is the most
But then Shai also had these athletic skills, these fighting skills, these
weapons skills... she
already had it and she was game for more."
Fisher adds, "She is riveting to watch and so honest and pure and when we
that she was in real life a survivalist and could tote a gun, she was perfect,"
says Fisher. "We
thought we were going to have to meet a lot of actresses, but nobody could ever
be better, so we
decided very quickly that's our girl. When her deal was done, she brought
homemade cookies for
every single person at Red Wagon and Lionsgate who was involved with her deal.
the selfless girl and the Amity girl too. Plus she has a little Candor in her,
because she'll tell you
exactly what she thinks."
"When they cast Shailene, I was really excited because she's a really
and that delicate face is Tris," comments Roth. "But I was also thinking, now
Tris is hers. She
gets to interpret this character. What I have seen from her is just amazing...
Shai is the most
authentic Tris I could've asked for because she's a complicated character. She's
not always very
nice. She's sometimes an impetuous teenager. She's not always so mature in her
she is at her heart a very good and compelling character. Shai has hit all the
shades of Tris, and
it feels very real every time that she says or does something, like a fully
Woodley comments, "Ultimately what drew me to this movie is that it's very
to things that are happening today that I'm very excited to bring to light.
Reading Divergent, I
became very passionate about Tris and the story."
"Shailene has such an honesty in the way that she approaches her work,
there's never a
false beat, so Tris could never feel like an artificial role if Shai were in the
center of it, because
everything she does is so accessible, from a true place" comments Fisher. "We've
completely adore her. There is not one moment of this that she is not in. She
literally carries the
entire movie. A 21-year-old girl sets the tone for all the other actors, on and
off screen. She
never complains and does it all with a smile... comes in and hugs everybody
she isn't punching them."
Woodley identified with the central choice in the story that all young people
"Tris has basically chosen to become her own person, rather than stay with her
adolescents can relate to that as people have to eventually leave the nest, but
it's a really hard
choice for many to make. The idea of deciding the rest of your life at such a
young age is very
daunting, because once you leave the nest in the Divergent world, there is no
going back. That's
Following The Choosing Ceremony, Tris and the other Dauntless initiates are
immediately tested en route to the Dauntless compound by riding the El Train,
with a twist. "Why
ultimately she chooses Dauntless is because it's also an adventure," adds
Woodley. "In this
brave culture, she right away does things that she's never done before... like
jumping on and off
moving trains. Living with this freedom is something she couldn't even picture
in her previous life,
so everything is very exciting and empowering to her."
Dauntless enter their compound by jumping seven stories off the roof of a
building into a
black hole...the first time without knowing what is at the bottom. "On her first
day there, it's
incredibly challenging and dangerous, but she actually really feels she's
finally found where she
belongs. In a way, she's happy for the first time in her life," comments Burger.
Initiate training in Dauntless is composed of two phases: physical and
mental. On her
first morning, physical training begins. "Tris learns that everybody doesn't
make it into Dauntless.
You must go through this intense boot camp that involves shooting firearms and
and really intense hand-to-hand fighting. She's never done anything like that,"
"She's completely out of her depth in Dauntless and she's terrified, certain
that she's going to be
out on the street."
"The combat, the handling weapons; Tris has no prior experience in these
admits Woodley. "The fact that she could become factionless and alone, after
having left her
family, that really drives her fear, her vitality, her sense of life, and her
will to survive."
Burger adds, "At first she seems like she's found her home in this warrior
then it quickly becomes apparent that this society is just about conforming in a
Worse than that, she finds Dauntless is the most dangerous place to be a
they're actively looking for people that are Divergent. If they find you,
they're going to get rid of
"One of the real pleasures of the book is in the middle of this epic story,
there's a very
well observed love story. Tris comes to Dauntless and she's greeted by this
called Four. The evolution of their story is very much the heart of the movie,"
"Once we hired Shailene, we knew we had the right person for Tris, but we also
that we had a fierce actress. She's really powerful opposite other actors, so
you have to be really
good to keep up with her. To play Four, we needed somebody who was a real man
really go toe-to-toe with her, because she was not going to be a pushover," says
"Who's Four? The search for Four was like one of those old fashioned movie
the 1940s where you go to every country and you look at everybody," describes
knew this part is complicated because he has to be manly and rugged, yet he has
to be soulful.
Honestly, we were getting near the end of our rope."
"Four had to be somebody that if he took a step toward you, you would take a
Not because he stepped with menace; but because he had that power and force of
personality and his presence, that you stepped back," Burger adds. "We read a
large number of
really good actors, but sometimes they just didn't fit with Shai or sometimes
she would roll right
over them. It was hard to find an actor who was strong enough to contend with
her as an actress.
We looked and looked and we were starting to get nervous that we weren't going
to find the guy."
"We were very anxious," remembers Wick. "We had a movie that was pretty much
lit with a story that really hinges on a charismatic, mysterious guy, who has to
have the screen
presence to make you understand his power in her life. It was going to be such a
movie if the guy didn't have the same power she did."
"The name Theo James came up late in the process. Any woman who has seen his
episode of Downton Abbey instantly remembers him. People think he was in a whole
because he was so powerful in that one moment, in one episode" laughs Wick.
across the world said he was so appealing that they forgave Lady Mary for
sleeping with him.
Right away we got that happy jackpot feeling. Eureka!"
"Theo is very handsome and a really good actor, so we put him in a room with
to find out, does he have it?" asks Burger. "With the other guys that we'd been
was the one that was pushing them back. When Theo was opposite her, she knew
that he was
Four. They had this incredible reading together and we knew right away that he
was the guy."
"It was like 'oh my, he's here!" laughs Fisher. "Everybody was knocked out.
people still didn't know who he was, until we asked 'Have you ever watched
Every single person had the same reaction, 'Mr. Pamuk! I love him, I love him.'"
James was attracted to the themes in the story and the well-drawn character.
"I love that
Four is a person who thinks before he speaks. He's a watchful person and he's
listening all the
time, but he doesn't feel like he needs to speak necessarily or make a point of
throwing his weight
around. He's also very efficient and strong, but he's not someone who would show
Secondly, I connected to Four because he felt like an older style of movie
character, he had that
element of a Steve McQueen or a Paul Newman, they don't need to push anything.
themselves, with their own sense of masculinity."
"When Veronica was writing the book, I'm sure she had an image of Tris and
Four in her
head. When we cast Shailene, Veronica was right on board immediately because
Shai has that
unassuming everyday quality that could then turn fiercer. Then, we went through
process to cast Four and we finally found Theo James and wanted to show his
Veronica. She buried her head, and we thought oh no, have we gone in completely
direction? When Veronica came up, she was just vibrating. She stated 'he's
perfect.' She had
been overcome emotionally, which as a filmmaker, is incredibly gratifying to
know that you have
the author onboard with your casting."
"They had incredibly good chemistry, " states Roth. "Four is interesting
because has to
be a leader and someone that you are afraid of, but he also has to have this
Theo really got that, and after I saw the screen test, I told them 'Please get
him. Please.' He's
"We were very nervous about if Veronica would like Theo because he is a
little bit older
than the character was written," adds Fisher. "As she watched more, there was
one point where
Theo was improvising and said 'Come over here' to Shai. Veronica jumped out of
her chair and
said 'Go, go!' That was a really fun moment for all of us. Four was really the
only part that was
very hard to fill, but as soon as we saw the chemistry between Shailene and
Theo, we knew
bingo," states Fisher.
Roth adds, "These actors have done so much more with the characters than I
hoped. They have taken control and interpret things a little differently than I
but every time they do, it's like a revelation... a new way of seeing this person
that I created."
In November of 2013, People Magazine named Theo James as one of Hollywood's
Sexiest Men, in their Sexiest Man Alive issue. "It's really fun to watch a
really strong girl fall hard
for a mysterious guy, to start having that pitter-patter. Also to have the one
thing that she's afraid
of be another human being, who happens to be one of the most handsome guys you
imagine," says Fisher. "Watching a guy who is so strong and so capable, but has
secrets, open up to someone else is always a recipe for a very interesting
romance. The girl that
can get this guy to open up, and the guy that can make this hard girl softer...
it's all about trust.
That's part of the game and the growing tension between them. They get to act
out on a bigger
and bigger scale, what that means to trust another person. To finally reveal
your biggest fears to
another human being is pretty big."
"I love the Tris and Four dynamic because it's so different than most young
romances on screen," says Woodley. "It's very realistic. I love that it's not
necessarily a love at
first sight dynamic. There's obviously mutual attraction but respect,
compassion, and trust...
those things are completely separate from attraction. Throughout the film, Tris
is trying to figure
him out, because in one scene he'll be vulnerable with her, and complimentary
towards her, then
in the next scene, he's harsh, very strict, and very truthful to the point it
induces pain in Tris. The
challenge of him is very intriguing to her."
"When Tris and Four finally do share a very vulnerable experience together
goes into Four's fear landscape, she learns that he comes from a very broken
reveals. "Four is complex. Their budding relationship ultimately stems from them
that they have pure hearts. These aren't two lovebirds running around with
weapons saving the
world. These are two partners who came together, from very similar lifestyles
but very different
stories, and found mutual recognition and strength in each other."
"They meet as strangers and their relationship develops," comments James.
thing is that as Shai and I became closer as friends, the scenes were developing
in that way
anyway. You could feed off that. In the beginning scenes, you can use that you
don't know each
other, and in the later scenes, you have an ease in each other's company and in
body language. Luckily we are friends, and we have that natural chemistry, so
it's easy. "
"Four normally works in intelligence, but he is also instructing this new
class of initiates,"
explains Burger. "In that capacity, Four is like a drill sergeant in the
marines, his job is to harden
them into this fighting force. He is incredibly harsh on them, and expects
nothing but the best. If
they can't make it, they're out."
Burger adds, "Four is the best at fighting. He seems like the perfect
but he has his own secrets that he has to hide. He's incredibly guarded and
weary of anybody
trying to get close to him. So he's also incredibly tough on Tris to start with,
unfairly tough on her,
and it's not clear why at the beginning. But as the story goes on, we start to
see that perhaps
they have a similar secret. Four doesn't know how much Tris knows about him.
Initially, all he
wants to do is he keeps her at a distance, but he begins to be attracted to her.
He knows that
actually that could be his downfall. Four already has his own secrets, and those
ultimately be the death of him."
"Silence is almost more powerful than dialogue," Woodley comments. "There are
many characteristics of a person that you can dial into when they don't say
reactions are amazing and his capability of listening is incredible. The mutual
we have between our eyes adds a lot to Tris and Four."
"At the beginning, you don't really know where he's coming from, whose side
exactly, or where he fits in the world, but as the story progresses, you begin
to understand him,
his demons, and his objectives," comments James. "He's very solid and masculine,
but in a way
that is quite controlled and honest. He has this relationship with Tris where
they're not instantly in
love. It's not a Prince Charming, fairytale thing. But, they are drawn to each
They have this attraction, but they're unsure of the other. He's trying to
figure out if she's
Divergent, but he doesn't want to give up that information about himself. He
wants to help her,
but then he feels frustrated by her stubbornness and her lack of willingness to
him. He's also trying to navigate a world, which is falling apart around him.
You warm to him,
even though he really only gives things away in very small morsels."
James was intrigued by the Dauntless take on bravery. "Four says, 'There's no
thing as being fearless. It's about how you deal with the fear and how you act
within the face of
it.' That is an interesting concept... it's not necessarily the fear itself, it's
your reaction to it,"
comments James. "To make the story credible, Four has to believe in that concept
When the movie starts, things are changing in the power hierarchy of the whole
system, so his
motivations are changing, but he begins believing in the concept of bravery
using that to help
people who can't help themselves. When this war happens, he's becoming
the system. The allegiance - between Jeanine, the head of Erudite, and Max and
leaders of Dauntless - changes things."
The Dauntess leadership are involved in a conspiracy to take over the
government led by
the Erudite leader. "Kate Winslet was a really critical piece of casting,"
states Wick. "Hitchcock
said a movie is as only as strong as its villain. As we cast these powerful
young people, we were
so aware of how they were going to set up the antagonist, an adult character in
the story who
would have all this power. Who would be our formidable Bill Gates-type figure?
name came up, and everyone said 'you will never get her.' Lucy said 'Kate
doesn't have a
pretentious bone in her body and she's drawn to talent.' Lucy felt if Kate reads
woman's book, she's going to be interested. Lucy got Kate to read the book."
"Jeanine Matthews is the leader of Erudite, and she's a genius," explains
the Steve Jobs of that world, and she has invented and fine-tuned all the serums
that that determine what personality you are and what faction you're going to be
in. She's very
aware of the problem of Divergents and the threat they pose to the peacefulness
and also her
control of the society. There's a plan afoot and she wants to make sure that the
emerge into any force. So they're hunting Divergents, who would never go along
with her plan to
overthrow the governing faction."
"For the role of Jeanine, we needed somebody that was incredibly powerful and
somebody that you felt you would believe is a genius. Only a few actresses have
power and that personal authority," adds Burger. "Luckily Kate Winslet wanted to
be a part of it.
She hasn't really done anything like this before, so it was really exciting
because she's a great
actress, perhaps the greatest actress of her generation."
"The role is larger than life and Jeanine is the motor of the plot, yet she
expansively written in the book. Kate Winslet is probably one of the finest
actresses ever, so we
were beyond ecstatic when she said yes," shares Fisher. "She's a powerhouse.
thoroughbred. I've never actually seen an actor work as hard as she does just in
actually owning every line and being as prepared as she is, she's utterly
professional. She was a
great role model for the younger ones. She can convey so much with her face,
with her walk,
with everything about her... she's such an innate actor, and she commands the
"The book is so good," enthuses Winslet. "I've done a lot of films that have
adaptations and I love doing it because for any actor it's just so great to have
always refer to because there's always something more than you can find when
got those pages to flick through. It makes it much more interesting and fun
ultimately. This is
true to the book and often that doesn't happen. The thing for me that was the
about this story is that human beings want to count for something, come from
belong... whether it's to a family, a cult, a religion, a group of friends.
Whatever it is, we all want
to belong somewhere. That is what this film is about."
"If you're cut from your faction, you are nobody," she adds. "As human beings
naturally fear being left out, and also we fear other people's judgment. It's
hard in the world that
we live today, with so much media exposure available to young kids, just being
even more challenging for kids now than it was for me when I was 16 years old.
To me, this film
is really striking because it's very much about making the choice to belong
story has a very strong, fundamental moral message at its core. For me, that was
"Jeanine has a very scientific, intelligent mind, and it's her desire that
Erudite take power.
She's a very clever, but not necessarily nice, piece of work. She's a master
been fascinating for me playing someone who is quite blatantly cunning and
because it's not really in my nature at all," chuckles Winslet. "I've never
really played an evil
person before now. It's been fascinating to try and get inside the mind of that
type of person;
she's almost like a Nazi actually. She's a female Hitler. She wants to keep the
factions pure, so
that means making sure that young people are absolutely making the right choice
for them, that
they believe in, that is their true and higher self. But she's also realized
that there is such a thing
as a Divergent."
"To Jeanine, Divergents are not pure. They are really ruining the system. The
for the system to survive is to exterminate the Divergents," explains Winslet.
"That is her master
plan: find and kill. It's quite uncomfortable playing somebody who harbors such
thoughts. She's extremely observant of people, and she's fairly intuitive as
well. She's struck by
how strident Tris appears to be for a child from Abnegation. She can see that
there is something
in her that is quite unusual. There's a certain degree of intrigue on the part
of Jeanine when it
comes to Tris. Jeanine almost admires Tris and her willfulness and stoicism."
Winslet arrived in Chicago during the last month of filming. "There was a
to the arrival of Kate who is admired and respected by everyone and a little bit
because there would be a grownup on set full time. The other adult actors were
here for a day or
two and then gone. Wait 'til Kate gets here," says Fisher. "Everybody was a
little scared of her at
first. Of course everybody loves her. It was fun seeing Kate in full regalia -
wearing six inch
heels - marching in and taking charge. What she can do with a glance or a toss
of her head,
before she even speaks, knocks everybody around and raises everybody's game.
It's fabulous to
have her in the movie."
"The thing about Kate is as well as being a powerful actress, she's a really
person, so it was fantastic when she came to the set and see her interacting
with all these
younger actors," comments Burger. "We've got a dozen or so actors who are
between 19 and 23
years old, and for me as a director, it was fantastic because the energy was
great, but it was also
like herding cats sometimes. What was fantastic about Kate being here is she's a
They gravitated to her and saw the way that she worked. She has a really
disciplined way of
working, and she talks about when she comes into the sacred circle of acting
that everything else
falls away. When you're younger, there are a lot of distractions. They saw that
that wasn't the
way she did it. There's something very impressive about the way she does her
work and they all
took something from that."
"I was whisked to set for a very intense three-week period, whereas these
guys have all
been at it for three months," comments Winslet. "It's been wonderful to get this
chunk of time, but it's also been quite sad because I've been slow to get
involved with the
fantastic rapport on set. This great camaraderie, which is very much Neil
Burger's doing because
he really crafted those relationships very early on. It's been lovely to see how
close they all are
and how they all look out for each other. It's very sweet."
Young actors Miles Teller, Zoe Kravitz, Ben Lloyd-Hughes, Christian Madsen,
Newbold play transfer initiates who come into Dauntless with Shailene Woodley's
must endure physical and mental training, and eventually go to war... some will
live and some will
"As we marched on trying to find the perfect Four, we met every young actor
for the other parts and it was really a feast for us," says Fisher. "Casting
this movie was really
one of the most fun experiences we've ever had. I was lucky enough to work on
so I saw a group assembled who weren't exactly stars yet, but would all become
how we feel with this group. It was really fun to see them become a clan with
"Doug, Neil, and I, along with our casting director Mary Vernieu knew very
with every single person that we cast, that this was the person that we wanted,"
"Sometimes we had to convince them that they weren't Four, and that they should
play a different
part... that came up with a few people. The talent pool that we were able to
access at this age
group is so profoundly talented. Each one is so unique in their abilities, and
each felt like the part
could have been written for them."
"Peter, who's played by Miles Teller, is sadistic," Burger states. "He is
and has a cruel streak. It's like a game of "Survivor." He's going to do
everything in his power to
make sure that he ends up on top. He's going to mess with his fellow initiates
"A lot of people that read the book say he's the bad guy, and he does some
are maybe on the evil side," admits Teller. "But I look at Peter as this roaming
comes from Candor, which values honesty. But he's very manipulative, and good at
people on his side, like he does with Al, Christian Madsen's character. I agree
with the honesty
thing. I don't avoid conflict in my everyday life."
"Peter's a little bit like a broken tortured soul, who puts forth so much
energy to make
sure that others are intimidated by him," comments Woodley. "There's a deep
within his own heart. As much as Tris wants to hate Peter, she sees that he's
not just one layer.
She tries to not let them get to her. At the end of the film, she ends up saving
Peter's life and
taking him with them. Specifically she has the opportunity to kill him and she
comes from a place of selflessness, her Abnegation roots. She sees this broken
person in this
very vulnerable state and spares him, because she recognizes that he's a soul."
"What Miles Teller brings to Peter is so human and so funny. You can't take
off of him and the way that he spars with Shailene is very daring," comments
Fisher. "It's very
bold to have a realistic fight. Not a fight that seems like a movie fight with a
cutaways to stunt people. But a fight that is the real characters getting
slammed. It's unusual
and was one of the ways that we enticed Miles Teller to do the movie, was to
tell him that he
would get to beat up Shai, who his character hates, because they had just done
Now together as lovebirds."
"The training fight with Peter and Tris was intense," states Woodley.
"Learning it was
really fun because neither of us had other done stunt fights before. They're all
and cut together it looks really intense. Tris gets a few hits in, but Peter
takes her down and he
doesn't stop. He's relentless. It's going to be a very powerful, hard scene to
Wick agrees, "It was startling when we first saw it cut together. Neil shot
it very much
from Tris' point of view with the idea of going into the ring with a guy who's
bigger and wants to
hurt you. Seeing her go up against him in a real way and get punched in the face
recover from that experience...that was extreme."
Two weeks after the phone call from Doug and Lucy offering him the role,
Teller was in
Chicago training. "I was really excited to do this movie because I'd never done
physically demanding, and I'd never really had to get in shape," admits Teller.
"The boot camp
was not easy actor training, this was legitimate physical training. Our fight
coordinator was in the
service and our stunt coordinator is a world champion Muay Thai fighter."
Teller's best friend from high school is a Navy Seal, so the actor was
excited to get a
taste of the training. "The fight stuff was really fun for me and apparently I'm
really, really good at
throwing knives," laughs Teller, "which I would never have known unless they
made us do that.
It's real. For an actor, it's awesome whenever you can do stuff to get out of
your head. We were
actually throwing knives and learning to clear a house with guns, like in the
Army. You actually
get into a warrior mindset."
"I grew up playing sports and I love the physicality of it. That is what got
me to do the
movie. Also I've never played anybody who's evil. Peter's the villain and most
of the roles I've
played have been pretty likeable. It's nice messing with your own image. As an
actor you should
always be doing that," says Teller. "Another big part of it was working with
Doug and Lucy and
Neil, as I was impressed with his movies... and working with Shailene again, and
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