Rumor has it the next and final installment of the "Divergent" film franchise might be headed straight to the small screen, but that's not the only part of the dystopian drama's future that's uncertain.
Leading lady Shailene Woodley — star of the soon-to-be-released film “Snowden” — has hinted that if "The Divergent Series: Ascendant" descends to TV, it'll do so without her.
"I said that I didn't sign up for a TV show," Woodley explained of her past comments during a Monday morning visit to TODAY.
But that doesn't mean fans of the series should give up hope. Despite reports that executives from Lionsgate were disappointed by the box office performance of the last film in the series and want to make the move to television, Woodley insists it's not a done deal — yet.
"They haven't finalized any decision, so it's actually a moot point to talk about it right now — out of respect to Lionsgate and everyone involved," she said. "I'm not exactly sure where they stand, so we're kind of all in a limbo waiting game."
Ultimately, Woodley's rooting for a resolution that works for all parties, because she wants to return to the role at the center of the series.
"I signed up to tell the whole story of Tris," she said. "I would love to be able to do that. Nothing would make me happier."
Fans of the actress won't have to wait for that possibility to see her on the big screen again soon. Woodley stars alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Oliver Stone's "Snowden," which opens in theaters nationwide Friday.
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