This article is over 4 years old Divergent star Shailene Woodley on Twilight: Woodley, whose movie is aimed at a similar teenage audience to the popular series of romantic vampire-werewolf films, told Teen Vogue: She falls in love with this guy and the second he leaves her, her life is over and she's going to kill herself! What message are we sending to young people? That is not going to help this world evolve.
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A A Actress Shailene Woodley who was considered for the role of Mary Jane in The Amazing Spiderman 2 and is now the star of the upcoming dystopian film series Divergent is back in the news today after voicing a very honest opinion about the Twilight series. In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, Woodley referred to the central plot of the film series Twilight as "unhealthy," and "toxic," and expressed concern about the message the series is sending to adolescents. When weighing in on Twilight, which is often compared to Divergent since both series have their roots in young adult literature, Woodley told the magazine: