Shailene Woodley started out as a child model before making the switch to acting and landing parts in TV shows including Crossing Jordan, The District, and Replacing Dad. The actress had her breakthrough in the ABC Family series “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” where she portrayed Amy Juergens. This part allowed the actress to display her early potential. She then gave outstanding performances in highly regarded movies including “The Spectacular Now” and “The Descendants.”
Woodley’s portrayal of a teenage cancer patient in the love film “The Fault in Our Stars” won her over the hearts of viewers everywhere and cemented her place in the industry as a top actor. Her roles as Eleanor Falco in “To Catch a Killer,” Teresa “Teri” Duncan in “The Mauritanian,” and Beatrice Prior in “Divergent” further demonstrated her versatility. With such a stellar resume, the actress never fails to excite the audience for her upcoming endeavors.
Shailene Woodley will soon be seen in the biographical movie “Ferrari,” which is based on the life of Enzo Ferrari, the man who founded the Ferrari automobile company. The movie, which is an adaptation of Brock Yates’ book “Enzo Ferrari: The Man and the Machine,” takes place in the summer of 1957, during a time when Enzo’s personal and professional lives are in disarray. He makes the decision to take a chance on the Mille Miglia, a perilous 1,000-mile race across Italy, in an attempt to alter his destiny. Along with Gabriel Leone as Alfonso de Portago, Penélope Cruz as Laura Ferrari, Adam Driver as Enzo Ferrari, Sarah Gadon as Linda Christian, and Jack O’Connell as Peter Collins, Woodley plays Lina Lardi in the movie.
Ben Collins as Stirling Moss, Andrea Dolente as Gino Rancati, Giuseppe Bonifati as Giacomo Cuoghi, Erik Haugen as Edmund Nelson, Patrick Dempsey as Piero Taruffi, and Michele Savoia as Carlo Chiti are among the other cast members. Michael Mann’s film will be released in theaters on December 25, 2023, after making its world premiere on August 31, 2023, at the Venice International Film Festival. View the movie’s teaser trailer by clicking this link.
Killer Heat (TBA)
“Killer Heat” is a crime thriller that centers on twin brothers who become entangled in a violent love triangle on a secluded Greek island, and it is based on Jo Nesbø’s short tale “The Jealousy Man.” The case is under the purview of “The Jealousy Man,” a damaged detective. In addition to Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Nick Bali, Clare Holman as Audrey Vardakis, Babou Ceesay as George Mensah, and Woodley as Penelope Vardakis, the film also includes Richard Madden as Leonides and Elias Vardakis.
Billy Clements as Yannis Associate, Manos Gavras as Yiannis Dimitriou, and Argyris Gaganis round out the cast. Philippe Lacôte, an Ivorian director, is in charge of the project. The mystery movie is presently under post-production, and the exact release date is yet to be announced.
The Murderous Miss Highsmith (TBA)
For the crime thriller film “The Murderous Miss Highsmith,” Woodley assumes the role of writer Patricia Highsmith. The project reimagines the life of the renowned writer as a horror film, with an emphasis on her romantic relationships, her interest with homicide, and the events that led her to create “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” her most well-known work. Cara Delevingne and Noémie Merlant are also featured in the Alexandra Pechman-directed film. As of right now, the movie is in pre-production, and no release date has been set.
Three Women (TBA)
The drama series “Three Women” centers on Sloane, Lina, and Maggie as they go off on life-changing adventures. After a dull marriage, Lina ends up having an affair. An openly married entrepreneur named Sloane encounters difficulties in her romantic life. After accusing her married teacher of having an inappropriate relationship, Maggie finds herself in a storm. Gia, a writer lamenting her family’s death, convinces them to tell their stories, which transforms their lives irrevocably.
“Three Women,” which features Shailene Woodley as Gia, DeWanda Wise as Sloane, Betty Gilpin as Lina, Gabrielle Creevy as Maggie, Blair Underwood as Richard, and John Patrick Amedori as Jack, is based on Lisa Taddeo’s 2019 book of the same name. The showrunner is Laura Eason. The show has already finished filming and was originally scheduled to debut on Showtime. But the network chose to cancel the program, and Starz took it up in February 2023. Starz’s release date has not yet been revealed. In November 2022, Showtime debuted a teaser for the series, which you can view below.
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