PS: We understand that Teresa and Thomas aren’t seeing eye-to-eye at the start of this film . . .
KS: Not exactly. She does trust him. I think they’ll always have this connection. And we’ve changed a lot from the book; she goes with them on the journey, as opposed to disappearing for half of it again – which is like, "Yes! Thank God!". [Laughs] But as they progress and as the film goes on, she starts to get her own mind back and her own instincts. She has her own way of looking at the world now, and it doesn’t necessarily match up with Thomas’ idea. That kind of leads her to need to make a decision on her own for the first time. I was really excited about that, because I get to detach myself from the group a little bit. She has her own mind and her own feelings. I thought that was really important to put into this one.