“The Fault In Our Stars” will not reach theaters until June, yet that isn’t stopping the creative team from lining up their next project – together!
John Green, who penned the novel and co-wrote the script, is adapting another of his novels, “Paper Towns,” for the big screen, Deadline reports.
Green will be joined by the producers and screenwriters of “TFIOS,” while one of the film’s up-and-coming actors is in talks to star.
Nat Wolff, who stars as Isaac in the highly-anticipated film opposite “Divergent” actors Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, would play the lead, Quentin, “a young man who shared a jarring experience with his neighbor Margo: They found a man who committed suicide.”
After growing a part, they briefly reunite before Margo goes missing and he must follow the breadcrumbs.
Wolff got his start on Nickelodeon’s “The Naked Brothers Band” before going on to star in “Admission” with Tina Fey. He next stars in the adaptation of James Franco’s “Palo Alto.”
Check out the trailer for “The Fault in Our Stars” and weigh in on “Paper Towns” below!