'The Fault in Our Stars' Movie Trailer is Here!

'The Fault in Our Stars' Movie Trailer is Here!

In 2012 the BlogHer community fell in love with Augustus and Hazel's little infinity. John Green's best-selling novel, The Fault in Our Stars is getting ready to hit the big screen on June 6, 2014 and the trailer is finally here!

 

 

Oh man. "I'm a grenade." Someone please pass the tissues because I'm having all the feels.

It's so lovely to see scenes from the movie are just as they appeared in the book. And huge kudos on the casting. Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort are going to steal our hearts as Hazel and Augustus. Though I think Nat Wolff's Isaac is going to be a heartbreaker too.

What do you think of the trailer? Will you be going to see TFIOS in the theatre?

Karen Ballum is a Community Moderator on BlogHer.com. She also blogs at Sassymonkey and Sassymonkey Reads.

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