Theo James is enhancing his 'heart throb' acting status in a very shrewd manner which is likely making his agents and film directors, current and future, very pleased even if it might seem a bit harsh and extreme to some viewers. The talented, good-looking star of the movie "Insurgent" attended the premiere of the film by himself and has followed it up by showing his comfort and chemistry with co-star Shailene Woodley during their various promotional event interviews where he has shown that he knows both her 'likes' and 'dislikes' (Franchise Herald - April 9).
The byproduct of his 'solo' public appearances has been that his status as a 'heart throb' leading man seems to be increasing almost every day and entertainment publications are talking about his films and not his relationship with actress Ruth Kearney which incidentally is still going strong but is out of the public view.
The in-demand actor further increased his 'dream man' status with many of his admirers and breath odor companies throughout the world when he shared his views about what traits he felt his ideal woman should possess in the German magazine 'Joy' and they include her having good breath, being confident, a good listener and having empathy for others (Malay Mail Online - April 11). His comments have been very well received by many of his female fans and are an example of why some of his fans still feel that until he walks down the aisle and say "I Do" that he is 'still' available.
The "Divergent" franchise star may claim that he does not bring his girlfriend to his various red carpet appearances because he want to keep his personal life 'private' but another benefit to him appearing by himself on the red carpet is it puts the focus solely on his gorgeous face, his sexy body, and his superb acting in his film projects such as that of "Insurgent".
Theo James with the release and promotional events of his movie "Insurgent" has provided a graduate school PhD lesson to actors in how to maintain one's heart throb status when involved in a long-term relationship and it is one that will likely be used by some of Hollywood's "Young Turks".