TFiOS Super-Sized, Movie/Book Special DFTBA Post


It’s finally here! The long-awaited movie version of John Green’s bittersweet novel about life, love and cancer comes out this week–June 6 to be exact. Just like all the rest of you Nerdfighters and raving fans, my butt will be in the stadium seat of the closest theater that is playing TFiOS this weekend. I have been a John Green fan since WAAAAAYYY back and am thrilled to see some of his whip smart teen characters come to life on the big screen. To keep your excitement levels high (like you even need any help with that) check out the links below to all things John Green and TFiOS related.

“The Teen Whisperer” by Margaret Talbot, The New Yorker

“Intro to Nerdfighters 101: A John Green Primer” by Anna Fitzpatrick, Rolling Stone

“Reviving the Coming-of-Age Movie: The Screenwriting Team Behind ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ by Brooks Barnes, NYTimes

“The Fault in Our Stars by the Numbers: Just How Huge is this Movie Going to Be?” by Emily Yahr, Washington Post

‘The Fault in Our Stars': John Green reveals the novel’s ‘epically terrible’ original ending” by Molly Driscoll, Christian Science Monitor

3 Responses to “TFiOS Super-Sized, Movie/Book Special DFTBA Post”

  1. CigLeaf says:

    This looks like its going to be a really good movie :)

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