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Here is Theo’s interview from “The Today Show” last week 🙂

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Theo was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday, March 17th. You can watch a clip of the interview below and you can watch the full episode here!

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A lot of interviews that Theo has done for “Allegiant” have been popping up. Below are a bunch of great interviews you can watch!

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Theo and Shailene Woodley had a Question & Answer session with BuzzFeed earlier today. You can watch it below!

We are live with Shailene Woodley and Theo James answering all of your questions about Allegiant and The Divergent Series. Ask your questions below!

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It’s 2 p.m. on a Thursday, and Theo James is ready for his weekend to begin.

“Can I get just a single shot of tequila?” the English actor asks a server at a trendy downtown L.A. eatery. Seconds later, James, 30, breaks out a movie star grin and an apologetic “Just kidding,” and takes another sip of espresso.

If there were a faction for class clowns in the dystopian future, James, clearly would be sorted into it, given his talent for deadpan one-liners and his gift for winking, witty sarcasm. There’s little of that sort of levity, however, in the actor’s new movie, “The Divergent Series: Insurgent.”

Opening Friday, the film is the second in a planned four-part adaptation of Veronica Roth’s best-selling YA trilogy about one special girl who sets out to bring down a corrupt system. A younger sister of sorts to the blockbuster “Hunger Games” franchise, “Divergent” posits a world where an authoritarian regime sorts its citizens into preordained categories, then targets those who don’t fit it.

The first movie arrived last year to a $54-million opening weekend and went on to about $150 million in its domestic run in theaters, proving once again that a dark future is a marketable commodity in the movie business. The follow-up “Insurgent” is noticeably more action-oriented than the first, aimed at bringing in more boys along with the loyal teen girl audience.

In the new film, directed by Robert Schwentke, James reprises his role as Four, loyal ally and handsome, heavily tattooed love interest to Shailene Woodley’s Tris Prior, who is branded an outcast after she’s discovered to be divergent. The story picks up with Tris and Four on the run from ruthless Erudite leader Jeanine (an icy Kate Winslet).

Early on, they reconnect with an important figure from Four’s past, Evelyn (Naomi Watts), who urges him to help foment rebellion by joining his Dauntless group of warriors with her forces of Factionless outcasts. Suspicious of her motives, he is reluctant to sign on to the plan.
“What I liked about him is he’s not Joe Hero,” James said of Four. “He’s a quiet person in some ways. He’s authoritative. He has a good moral objective. He’s not just willingly accepting of any kind of leadership destiny.”

The London-based James has his own reluctance about stepping into the spotlight as an action hero: “Action guy, hunky dude, in terms of career longevity, it’s not great.”

The youngest of five children, James studied philosophy at the University of Nottingham and spent time traveling before enrolling at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He began to pursue acting full time about five years ago, although he says he was always a performer — his first love was music, specifically saxophone.

“Now I’m scared to touch one,” he says of the instrument. “I feel like I’ve lost all my powers. It saddens me.”

His career got a jump-start with a small turn in Woody Allen’s “You Will Meet a Tall, Dark Stranger,” and with various roles on British television, including as the ill-fated Mr. Pamuk on Season 1 of “Downton Abbey.” He made the jump to Hollywood playing a vampire named David in “Underworld: Awakening” before landing the role of Four in “Divergent.”

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