Shailene Woodley
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Shailene Woodley, who has been making waves with movies such as "The Fault in Our Stars" and "Divergent," has been linked to her co-stars Ansel Elgort and Theo James due to their stunning on-screen chemistry.

And though these link-up rumours were just that, the actress recently revealed during an interview that as a teen she did not crush on actors.

"I never had a teen crush. Teen obsessions? You know its funny. I never had posters on my wall. I was really obsessed with sewing as a teenager. True story!" she told HollywoodLife.

And from the looks of it, she is not interested in dating actors now.

Woodley will be sharing screen space with both James and Elgort in the second instalment of the "Divergent" series, titled "Insurgent," and the actors recently spoke about how their characters have developed since the first movie.

"When I'm looking at Shai on screen, now you get a character progression in a visual way," James told BuzzFeed during Comic-Con 2014. "There's a maturity and a difference between the character here and in the first movie."

Woodley, too, added that there have been a lot of changes since the first movie. "One thing about doing this movie that feels different from the first one is that felt very mathematical," Woodley said. "The dialogue had a certain rhythm to it so there wasn't a lot of room for changing it up."

"In this movie, we're adding a lot of smaller beats to the scenes that aren't necessarily on the page. So to work with people like Octavia (Spencer, who plays Johanna, leader of the Amity faction) and Naomi (Watts, who plays Evelyn, Four's presumed dead mother), who are so good at that and so good at flowing with what naturally happens, that artistic license is very nice," the actress added.

Woodley will be sporting her pixie look in the movie, which is the movie adaptation of Veronica Roth's best-selling fantasy series. The movie will open on 20 March next year and it will see Woodley's character Tris and James' character Four dealing with the aftermath of being Divergents.

Amidst being factionless, the characters also deal with trust issues, and fans will see a lot of argument between the two in "Insurgent".

"In the book, Tris and Four are arguing quite a lot for various reasons, so we sat down with Robert to figure out the crux of what's behind the problem and we discovered the problem was one of trust and not being able to share with each other in this crazy, fucked up world," James said.