Are you in a dire need of a good cry? The Fault In Our Stars looks like it will provide kleenex plenty happy moments whilst you unleash the waterworks and today we have an extended look at the UK trailer.
Straight off her time in Divergent into a ‘Sick Love story’ Shailene Woodley stars in film were she will be still fighting for something not for a dystopian caste but fighting illness. Nicholas Sparks has been seen recently as the king of Romance movie adaptations, now he may have a new challenger with John Green‘s bestseller promising heartfelt drama.
The Fault In Our Stars we meet Grace (Woodley) a teenager who has been fighting cancer for a long time, coping attending cancer support groups and a snarky attitude. Starting to feel defeatist things change for Grace when she meets Gus (Ansel Elgort) the pair make a connection that blossoms into a romance getting closer together as illness prevails.
Is 2014 the year Young Adult movies turn from Dystopian futures to tearjerking romances? With Chloe Grace Moretz’s If I Stay, The Fault In Our Stars has a great chance of success probably thanks also to the film based on a script from (500) Days of Summer duo Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter.
We have to apologise as the first trailer slipped through our radar however much of whats in this trailer can be found in this trailer with plenty new scenes to make this one worthwhile. We get get glimpse into the dramatic, romantic and even the humour of the film with the support group scene been one of the highlights, even Grace wants her parents to get her a fake ID, why? Just watch the trailer! Despite the nature of the film there is a sense of feelgood nature to the film too.
As well The trailer we have a new Featurette ‘Shailene and Ansel: Our Little Infinity‘ that highlights Grace and Gus romance. In the first clip ‘It’s A Metaphor‘ Gus explains cigarette metaphor and encouraging Grace to take one.
The Fault In Our Stars also stars Laura Dern, Willem Dafoe , Sam Trammel,Nat Wolff, Mike Birbiglia and David Whalen with Josh Boone directing. The film will be released in UK 20th June.