I'll just be over here, wimpering in the corner. Seriously, we can't stop watching this. Play, repeat. Play, repeat. Cry. Cry. Cry. The tear-jerking, wonderfully heart-warming first trailer has been released
Actress Shailene Woodley can understand fans’ uproar over the controversial “One Sick Love Story” tagline featured on promotional posters for her new film adaptation of the “The Fault in Our Stars,” because
PITTSBURGH — Most movie sets orbit around one key individual. Usually, it's the director or the star. Occasionally, it's a heavyweight producer. Seldom is it the writer of the movie's source material.
Image: Flickr, Ginny With The Fault in Our Stars finally out, you might be going through young adult fiction withdrawal. But whatever kept you reading and re-reading TFIOS, whether it was the love story,
"The Fault in Our Stars" has officially reached phenomenon status. You might have just heard about the book-turned-movie about two teens with cancer who fall in love, or perhaps you've been counting down