19 March 2013

Filmbook-to-be: THE FAULT IN OUR STARS may have a Hazel Grace

"Woodley’s involvement had been rumored since mid-February when tweets by Green, a major social networker, connected both Woodley and Josh Boone, the film’s director."
--from an article about Shailene Woodley of "The Descendants" stepping into the movie adaptation of John Green's THE FAULT IN OUR STARS. Green vlogs and tweets, and even had some of his questions answered by the President in a Google+ hangout last month.

Even actresses with agents need social media to help them get jobs! (Potentially.) Now, Aaron Tveit as Augustus Waters, yes or no?


jess s said...

This could either be great or terrible.

Ellen said...

I'm optimistic! But maybe only because at first I thought they meant the actress who played the lead in the new 90210 who is dreadful, and then I was relieved.

Mirza Ghalib said...

Pretentious teenagers, road trip, it's not even funny. We've read this before, you guys. But here we have the added element of cancer which honestly only makes it that much sappier and nobody likes cancer stories. Cancer sucks. If you want to read a good book about teenagers, there are better ones out there. The Catcher in the Rye or The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Or just pick a different John Green book, this is far from the best.