fault in our stars

Nat Wolff, Austin Abrams and Justice Smith bring John Green's trio of Q, Ben and Radar to life.
John Green joins HuffPost Live to explain why he feels it is "important" to write about teenagers.
"I remember when I was 17, I had broken up with someone who was my first love," she continued. "After we broke up, I decided
"The Fault in Our Stars," the popular Y.A. weepy that spawned one of the year’s most profitable films, has been banned from
Gus, who overtly expresses room for belief in God, bites it at age 18, leaving his moribund girlfriend and freshly blind friend to mourn in the wake of his death. Is this what "all things working together for good" looks like from God's perspective?
Director John Ford said that good movies need three golden moments. The Fault in Our Stars, Josh Boone's splendidly well handled new film based on the book by John Green, has more than you can count.
Esther Earl, who inspired John Green's bestselling Young-Adult book-turned-movie, would not want you to cry, but rather to celebrate friendship and life. Esther's greatest wish, granted to her by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, was to meet her online friends face-to-face.
If you still have any tears left after seeing "The Fault in Our Stars," you might as well watch the music video for Birdy's
One of the most tender scenes in "The Fault In Our Stars," the weepiest teen romance film of the year, was altered from its
Here come the waterworks, and "The Fault In Our Stars" hasn't even hit theaters yet. The music video for Grouplove's "Let