If celebrities were the Chinese zodiac, 2013 was the year of J-Law. But now that it’s 2014, there’s room for America’s next sweetheart. Behold your new obsession, Shai-Wood.
2. They’ve both been slated to star in multiple hit movies in one year.
Shailene Woodley’s just getting her start, but 2014 is about to be a big year for the young star. She’s leading two hit book-to-movie films, The Fault in Our Stars and Divergent, the latter of which you mayyyyy have heard of. Just maybe.
The Hunger Games and Silver Linings Playbook launched J-Law to superstardom in 2012, the latter earning her her very first Oscar. And she did it again in 2013 with American Hustle and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and will do it a third time in 2014 with X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1. Does she sleep?
5. They’ve both got Oscar-movie cred.
Jennifer Lawrence has already hit a trifecta with Winter’s Bone, Silver Linings Playbook, and American Hustle, and we’re sure Shailene will add a few Oscar-nominated movies to follow in the footsteps of the 2011 Alexander Payne film The Descendants, which won Best Adapted Screenplay (adapted by Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash, aka Dean Pelton on Community!).
7. Shailene is as adorable and wacky in interviews as Jennifer.
It’s only a matter of time before Shailene gets her own post juuuust like this.
8. They’re both maybe, sorta dating their co-stars.
Jennifer is sooooo back on with her X-Men co-star, Nicholas Hoult (YAY!), and Shailene has been rumored to be dating not one, but TWO of her former co-stars. First, there were rumors flying that Shailene and her Spectacular Now bud (and your new crush) Miles Teller were getting quite cozy at the 2013 VMAs. Most recently, though, Us Weekly reported signs of Shailene making out with her White Bird on-screen boyfriend Shiloh Fernandez while promoting the film at Sundance.
9. They’re TOTALLY GIFABLE.
J-Law is the QUEEN of GIFs. Give it time. Shailene will become the princess before we know it.
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