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Her performance once again received critical acclaim, with Daniel M.
Kimmel of New England Movies Weekly writing, "Woodley does solid work here as she's done elsewhere, and continues to be someone to watch." When asked, Woodley has repeatedly asserted that she does not consider herself a feminist: "No because I love men, and I think the idea of 'raise women to power, take the men away from the power' is never going to work out because you need balance...
(2016), playing the girlfriend of the former CIA employee charged with leaking classified information.
The acclaimed actress made an even bigger impression in 2017 with the Emmy Award-winning HBO limited series , which was adapted from Australian author Liane Moriarty's novel of the same name.
The show explores the effects of her pregnancy on her family, friends and herself as well as life at Ulysses S. Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly praised her performance stating that "Woodley's performance lifts a well-meaning, rather brave, but ramshackle show a notch." In 2011, Woodley made her feature film debut in The Descendants, where she played Alex, the troubled elder daughter of Matt King (played by George Clooney). Her portrayal of Aimee gained praise from critics; Los Angeles Times' critic Betsy Sharkey said that Woodley and Teller "bring such an authentic face of confidence and questioning, indifference and need, pain and denial, friendship and first love," Additionally, Woodley won the Special Jury Award for Acting, alongside Teller, at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and received a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead.
Her performance received positive reviews from critics. In October 2012, it was announced that Woodley was offered the role of Mary Jane Watson in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Later in the year she made headlines as one of the protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline, drawing attention to the cause through a live Facebook stream that captured her arrest in October.
Critic Moira Mac Donald commended her by saying that "Woodley's depiction of Kat is low-key, natural and utterly unaffected; as she has in every role, she makes the character her own, with her scratchy little voice and level gaze." In 2014, Woodley starred as Beatrice "Tris" Prior in the film Divergent, an adaptation of Veronica Roth's best-selling young adult novel of the same name, and the first installment in The Divergent Series. The film received mixed reviews, but Woodley's performance as Tris received a positive reception; Sam Allard from Orlando Weekly said that, "with her performance as Tris Prior in Divergent, Woodley rescues and then raises up a film that could have been an utter disaster." Afterwards in 2014, Woodley starred as Hazel Grace Lancaster in The Fault in Our Stars, the film adaptation of John Green's novel of the same name.Along with her mother, she founded the charity All It Takes, which seeks to develop young leaders by promoting compassion and providing education on matters of environmentalism and sustainability.In 2016, the actress was a vocal supporter of Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders and would join the board of his Our Revolution political organization.Following this, Woodley appeared in numerous guest roles in other television series, including Everybody Loves Raymond, My Name is Earl, CSI: NY, Close to Home, and Cold Case.Woodley was then cast as the main character, Amy Juergens, in the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager (2008–13), about a 15-year-old girl who learns she is pregnant. Woodley..[gives].of the toughest, smartest, most credible adolescent performances in recent memory." Woodley starred in the film adaptation of Tim Tharp's novel, The Spectacular Now, as Aimee Finecky, an innocent, bookish teenager who begins dating the charming, freewheeling high-school senior (played by Miles Teller).