Fans of John Green’s #1 New York Times bestseller The Fault In Our Stars have waited an excruciatingly long time to see the story being transformed from a novel to a film. Fortunately, the waiting has almost come to an end, because the film of “The Fault In Our Stars” will be released on June 6, 2014.
““The Fault In Our Stars” is a love story about two kids with cancer – but it’s not about cancer,” says leading actress Shailene Woodley. She portrays the character of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a girl who has been fighting lung cancer for years, but who has never been anything but terminally ill. Hazel’s life consists out of doctor’s appointments, reality shows and Cancer Kid Support Groups. This until one day Augustus “Gus” Waters appears at the support group. Ansel Eglort, the actor being cast for the part Gus, says: “It’s full of metaphors and Hazel and Gus both accept that this is going to be their only and last love.”
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