New People Magazine Exclusive Insurgent Character Posters

New Insurgent character posters have been released today exclusively by People Magazine. These feature Four (Theo James), Tris (Shailene Woodley), Jeanine (Kate Winslet), Caleb (Ansel Elgort), Christina (ZΓΆe Kravitz), Johanna (Octavia Spencer), and Peter (Miles Teller). Check them out below!

“This movie is about his mission to protect Tris and the broader society, and mixed into that are his own personal demons,” James explains. Four and Tris “are two damaged people who are trying to struggle through a war,” he adds, “which makes [their relationship] richer and more enticing.”

“She’s fueled by the demons that haunt her,” Woodley tells PEOPLE of her character’s transformation in the second film in the series. “The loss of her parents and her friend [Will] make her feel like she is unstoppable in her quest for justice.”

“Tris and Jeanine’s relationship has become a power game,” Winslet says. “Jeanine has a very bizarre and uncomfortable fascination with and admiration for Tris.” Off-screen, Winslet also has an admiration for her wardrobe. “It’s been really nice being able to wear all the cut, fitted dresses that help create such an intimidating villain. It’s made Jeanine feel much more powerful, cattier and nastier,”

“Everyone’s in a chaotic place,” Kravitz says. “In Divergent, Christina is often the comic relief. She’s very funny and sarcastic. In this film, you see a darker side of her.”

“Even though Caleb does some pretty dastardly things, Ansel manages to convince us that he believes in some greater good – even if it’s at the risk of his own sister’s life,” says producer Douglas Wick.

“She brought such fierce, strong, compelling female energy to the set,” Woodley says. Naomi Watts is a new face in the cast, too, and Woodley teases that “both of their characters have a sense of mystery surrounding them – you can’t quite tell if they will be antagonists or protagonists – but their ominous demeanors lend a very exciting element.”

“His cockiness comes from a place of insecurity,” Teller says. “But he’s fun because he enjoys giving Tris a hard time, and that’s important. You need to have an instigator.”


Only 16 days until Insurgent hits theaters (in the U.S.) and these stills and character posters are making me more anxious for the day to get here already! πŸ™‚