Amid nationwide protests over racial inequality, a 2018 interview with Davis talking about being called a "Black Meryl Streep" has resurfaced. So has an old interview with Sandra Oh talking about racism in the entertainment industry.
Shailene Woodley and her mom, Lori, talk mental health, including social media, at Yahoo's Reset Your Mindset event.
Woodley got candid with The New York Times about being "very, very sick" in her early 20s.
The actor has put in some serious werk — both for "Marvel’s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier" as well as "355" — and he’s taking a minute to celebrate it.
The movie star revealed her intense diet while making the seafaring drama.
The Met Gala is all about the fashion, sure, but there's always bound to be some drama at the event — and we're not just talking about dramatic looks.
Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin did not have the easiest time enduring the elements in their new nautical thriller, Adrift. “There were buckets of vomit on the first day,” Woodley (Divergent, Big Little Lies) told Yahoo Entertainment Tuesday at CinemaCon in Las Vegas (watch above). “We were all involved in it.” Directed by Baltasar Kormákur and based on a true story, Adrift tells of Tami Oldham (Woodley) and Richard Sharp (Claflin), a young seafaring couple whose 1983 voyage from Tahiti to California turned disastrous when their boat is rocked by a devastating hurricane. ...
The 'Descendant' franchise, a major title in Lionsgate’s movie library, is now eyeing a TV series adaptation at the company’s new subsidiary, Starz
The 'Big Little Lies' star was arrested while protesting the controversial oil pipeline in October.
The O.C. was an instant hit when it premiered in 2003, and by the time it went off the air four years later, it was a cultural phenomenon, appealing, unusually, both to parents and to their teenagers. The storylines were the next day’s water-cooler talk, and the young cast became national superstars. What’s more, many of the lesser known actors on the show back then are some of Hollywood’s biggest names today.
HBO premiered its seven-part limited series “Big Little Lies” on Sunday night. The show takes place in Monterey, Calif., and is told through the eyes of three mothers played by Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Shailene Woodley.
Filled with an array of stars doing fine work with middling material, Big Little Lies is a pleasurable seven-episode HBO production that’s the equivalent of eating a box of expensive chocolates. Based on Liane Moriarty’s bestseller, Lies stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, and Laura Dern as women on the edge in Monterey, Calif.: Each has her own subplot of anguish and deceit. The tale immerses us in an ultra-wealthy Northern California town, where all the houses have magnificent views of the ocean, and the ocean gazes back at the malignant behavior of the homeowners.
Actress turned activist Shailene Woodley stopped by the Late Show, where she discussed her October arrest during a protest of the Dakota Access pipeline at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota. After her arrest, Woodley took issue with something else: her mug shot. With Stephen Colbert holding the photo for all to see, Woodley said, “I wish I had known that this was going to be as public as it was.
Reese Witherspoon pushed to get the female-centric HBO miniseries “Big Little Lies” on the small screen, so it’s no surprise that she brought along a special plus-one — her daughter, Ava Phillippe — to Tuesday’s premiere.
Shailene Woodley, Mark Ruffalo, and Solange Knowles are among those praising the latest decision. On Sunday, the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers announced that it was not approving an easement needed to permit the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, and it didn’t take long for social media to sparkle with joyful postings in honor of the news. Shailene Woodley was one of the earliest and most devout celebrity critics of the pipeline (which protesters argued would have compromised both sacred sites and drinking water by crossing Lake Oahe — the main water source for the Standing Rock Sioux reservation), so it was no surprise that she was elated to hear the news.
The “Snowden” star took to Facebook to encourage her followers to “investigate and research what this holiday means.”
Chris Hemsworth has added his name to the growing list of celebrities speaking out against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Shailene Woodley was notably arrested earlier this month while protesting the 1,172-mile crude oil pipeline that will cross four states, passing near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation, and which opponents — including Susan Sarandon and Mark Ruffalo — say threatens to contaminate the Missouri River. Now Thor himself has taken up the cause.
"Divergent" and "The Fault in Our Stars" actress Shailene Woodley was in the midst of a peaceful protest over the Dakota Access Pipeline, when she was arrested for criminal trespassing – and she shared the entire experience on Facebook Live. “Riot police are arriving at this peaceful protest where people are praying,” Woodley says in disgust at the beginning of the video, shaking her head at the scene starting to unfold.