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New "Insurgent" Trailer: Shailene Woodley Faces Off With Kate Winslet

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    WATCH: Latest "Insurgent" Trailer

    "Insurgent," starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James and Kate Winslet, arrives in theaters on March 20, 2015. (Published Monday, Dec. 15, 2014)

    Don't cross Kate Winslet.

    The 39-year-old actress is seriously scary in "Insurgent's" first full trailer. Shailene Woodley (Tris) is armed and ready in the action-packed clip, but as an independent thinker who doesn't quite fit in to any one of the the futuristic "factions" laid out for members of society, she's a major threat to Winslet's character (Jeanine).

    This doesn't deter our action hero, though. In the trailer for the "Divergent" sequel, based on Veronica Roth's books, 23-year-old Woodley shoots guns, throws punches, jumps off buildings and ultimately faces off with both Winslet's character and her own.

    PHOTOS: Woodley's most outrageous quotes

    Theo James (who plays Four, Tris' love interest) is back in action too,, narrowly avoiding being flattened by a speeding train. The 29-year-old actor and Woodley both spoke to Buzzfeed earlier this year about how Insurgent might take a few liberties that "Divergent" didn't.

    "One thing about doing this movie that feels different from the first one is that felt very mathematical," Woodley said. "The dialogue had a certain rhythm to it so there wasn't a lot of room for changing it up. In this movie, we're adding a lot of smaller beats to the scenes that aren't necessarily on the page. So to work with people like Octavia [Spencer, who plays Johanna, leader of the Amity faction] and Naomi [Watts, who plays Evelyn, Four's presumed dead mother], who are so good at that and so good at flowing with what naturally happens, that artistic license is very nice."

    VIDEO: Watch "Insurgent's" first teaser trailer

    James added, "You have to honor the material for the first film because you have a fanbase, but when you come to the second one, if you you've done well with the first movie, you now have the ability to think outside the box."

    "And I think as long as you have good character progression--which is essentially Four and Tris, the anchors of the films--if you have that stuff right, then if you lose some kind of threads of different plotlines, it shouldn't matter," he said.

    "Insurgent" hits theaters March 20, 2015.

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