Shailene Woodley is feeling the pinnacle of her Saturn return. “Crap’s insane, yet in an extremely significant way,” the 28-year-old Scorpio and self-broadcasted crystal gazing monstrosity lets me know. We’re visiting over a sketchy Zoom association; she’s perched on the floor of her lodge in an undisclosed area on the West Coast. “Enormous life minutes happen by and large during Saturn return,” she proceeds. “Individuals get hitched, get separated, have a child. In any case, for me, I’m stuck in a house without anyone else with my own contemplations, during a worldwide pandemic, and need to manage all the things I’ve never managed.”

Woodley is isolating in conceivably the most extraordinary way — alone, in the forested areas, post-separation — and her everyday seems like a self-improvement montage in a transitioning film. She’s taken up painting, and is attempting to shed her mutually dependent inclinations. Now and then, she lays on the floor and cries, and she’s OK with that. “I was involved with somebody and we were especially making progress toward marriage and kids,” says the entertainer, who was dating the rugby player Ben Volavola. Be that as it may, while shooting her new film Endings Beginnings (out April 17), Woodley had a significant disclosure. “I understood I was still at an age where I couldn’t completely submit. I was unable to be accessible to him in the manner that I needed to be. I didn’t completely adore myself.”

At the point when we initially meet Woodley’s character Daphne in Endings Beginnings, she’s in a comparative spot. She’s said a final farewell to her sweetheart and has taken a six-month pledge of abstinence. In any case, subsequent to meeting closest companions Frank (Sebastian Stan) and Jack (Jamie Dornan), she starts laying down with them both. Prior to recording, executive Drake Doremus (Like Crazy) gave the cast a 80-page framework of the film and advised them to make up the rest. “What ad libbing a whole film does is compels you to be honest in a manner that even in your own life no doubt about it,” Woodley says. “In view of that crude, powerless state we submitted to while playing out these characters, I took in a ton about what was and wasn’t working in my own life.”

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