Shailene Woodley at the MTV Movie Awards 2013 vs. 2014
“I am no longer Tris, the selfless, or Tris, the brave. I suppose that now, I must become more than either.”
He told me once to be brave, and though I have stood still while knives spun toward my face and jumped off a roof, I never thought I would need bravery in the small moments of my life. I do.
"It was the first day that we did the table read, and this might have been awkward, but…" [x]
New picture of Shailene and Veronica for the Hollywood Reporter.
"It’s my choice now, no matter what the test says."
“Becoming fearless isn’t the point. That’s impossible. It’s learning how to control your fear, and how to be free from it.”
We’re in a world where masculinity, especially with these big
spectacle movies, is often pushed by rippling six packs and
forcing an image down someone’s throat trying to prove
masculinity. Whereas I think true masculinity comes from
having a strong sense of self. Part of what drew me to Four
was his concept of masculinity, specifically in how he relates
to Tris and their relationship. He’s intrigued by her but
respectful of her bravery and her personality traits.
I feel his laughter against my side, his nose sliding along my jaw, his lips pressing my ear. “Maybe I’m already sure,” he says, “and I just don’t want to frighten you.” I laugh a little. “Then you should know better.”
"Fine," he says. "Then I love you.”