The new trailer for The Fault in Our Stars, this summer’s adaptation of John Green‘s young adult bestseller about two teenagers with cancer, finally shows fans of the books what they’re looking for: the novel’s lighter side.
In the new three-minute spot, shown in theaters before The Other Woman, fans get their first look at the movie’s dry sense of humor, perhaps best exemplified by comedian Mike Birbiglia’s Patric, the support group leader who’s consistently mocked for referring to the group as the ‘literal heart of Jesus.’
Fans also get another taste of the dreaminess of Ansel Elgort’s Augustus Waters, whose metaphorical cigarette explanation and sarcasm truly explains why Hazel falls so hard for him. What’s particularly exciting, though, is that the extended sample of the film shows off the book-to-screen adaptation talents of Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber, who alsoadopted The Spectacular Now for the screen and…
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