Shailene Woodley Talks 'Divergent' Movie Casting


When news broke of Shailene Woodley being cast as Tris, the lead role in the upcoming 'Divergent' film, in October, fans couldn't stop asking the same question: "Who will play Four?!" Tobias 'Four' Eaton is Tris's main love interest and training instructor in the book trilogy by Veronica Roth.

The answer is still up in the air, but according to Shailene, the book-turned-movie [reviewed here] leading guy is definitely going to be a man's man!

"The thing about Four is that he has to be a man. No feminine actors, please," 'The Secret Life of an American Teenager' actress told MTV. "You cannot walk in that room in pretty little boots and pretend you're a man. I'm sorry. You need to walk in there, and you need to not have muscles that look good and not actually work. There have been a few guys that have this power about them. It's a natural masculine power that some people have and some people don't. There's nothing good or bad or wrong or right about it. This character needs to be extremely masculine, and his eyes need to scream vulnerability and sensitivity. It's really hard to find in a dude, especially a dude who can act."

As of right now, Lucas Till, Alex Pettyfer, and Jeremy Irvine are reportedly the three main contenders for the role! Check out Miss Literati's book review of Veronica Roth's Divergent.

Who do you think would make the best Four?

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