“It’s hard to talk about politics in a Hollywood world. I learned that really quickly,” she shared. “But after the California primaries, when Bernie Sanders lost—and I’m not saying he should have won—I knew that Trump was going to win.”
“Because I’d been on the ground for months, and we would be in small cities in America and big cities in America, and Bernie would get tens of thousands of people at his rallies. And then Trump would come and he’d get the same numbers,” Shailene adds, “But Hillary would only have a few hundred people at her fundraisers.”
She continued, “It doesn’t matter how much more you have in your bank; if 50,000 people show up to your opponents’ rallies and you only have a few hundred people, it says a lot about what the people of America are ready to do. I grieved all of this months ago, where- as most people are grieving it now.”
Shailene Woodley almost runs off a cliff in the new trailer for her miniseries Big Little Lies, set to premiere on HBO in 2017.
In the series, the 24-year-old actress befriends two mothers – played by Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman – who must navigate their their family drama, friendships and love lives after a tragedy occurs.
The images and video were shot by photographer and filmmaker Tyrone Lebon.
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