john green the fault in our stars
The celebrated author of "The Fault In Our Stars" explains what motivates him to keep writing.
Author John Green who wrote the beloved bestselling novels Looking for Alaska, Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns and The Fault in Our Stars, turns 38 on August 24.
John Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars and basically the Internet's favorite person, stopped by "The Colbert Report
Adapted from the bestselling young adult novel by John Green, TFIOS, as it's known to Green's adoring fans, is a beautiful and beautifully honest story about two teens who are dying from cancer and dying to squeeze everything out of life before they do.
One of the most tender scenes in "The Fault In Our Stars," the weepiest teen romance film of the year, was altered from its
No matter how many superhero movies soar into theaters every year, it's increasingly rare to find blockbusters that elicit
"The Fault in Our Stars" has officially reached phenomenon status. You might have just heard about the book-turned-movie
This particular story has garnered Green a lot of attention. Not only is he now a permanent fixture in Hollywood, the 36
Twentieth Century Fox debuted an extended trailer for "The Fault In Our Stars" on Monday, and, oh, man, it will make you
The first trailer for Josh Boone's upcoming adaptation of John Green's "The Fault in Our Stars" has arrived. "I can't tell
The film adaptation of "The Fault in Our Stars" finally has a release date. Twentieth Century Fox will open the adaptation
Shailene Woodley will be letting go of her long, brown hair this weekend to play a teenage cancer patient in the adaptation of John Green's novel "The Fault In Our Stars."
Woodley credits her change of heart to a Regina Spektor lyric: "Maybe you should just cut your own hair, 'cause that can
[via EW.com, TheWrap] Nat Wolff was on the short list of actors vying for the role of Gus in the upcoming adaptation of "The
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