Film Review: Paper Towns

Directed by Jake Schreier, Paper Towns is based on The Fault In Our Stars author John Green‘s novel of the same name, and tells the coming-of-age story of Quentin (Nat Wolff) and his enigmatic neighbor Margo (Cara Delevingne). After taking him on an all-night adventure through their hometown, Margo suddenly disappears, leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher. The search leads Quentin and his friends on an exhilarating adventure to track her down, where Quentin must find a deeper understanding of true friendship and of true love.

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Book v Film: Paper Towns

“When did we see each other face-to-face? Not until you saw into my cracks and I saw into yours. Before that, we were just looking at ideas of each other, like looking at your window shade but never seeing inside. But once the vessel cracks, the light can get in. The light can get out.”

Directed by Jake Schreier, Paper Towns is based on The Fault In Our Stars author John Green‘s novel of the same name, and tells the coming-of-age story of Quentin (Nat Wolff) and his enigmatic neighbor Margo (Cara Delevingne). After taking him on an all-night adventure through their hometown, Margo suddenly disappears, leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher. The search leads Quentin and his friends on an exhilarating adventure to track her down, where Quentin must find a deeper understanding of true friendship and of true love.

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You Should Be Reading: Paper Towns

“When did we see each other face-to-face? Not until you saw into my cracks and I saw into yours. Before that, we were just looking at ideas of each other, like looking at your window shade but never seeing inside. But once the vessel cracks, the light can get in. The light can get out.”

Whether you’ve been reading John Green‘s novels for years or not, it’s likely that you will have at least heard of the first novel of his to be adapted into a film, The Fault In Our Stars, which was released last year. This year, Green’s third young adult novel, Paper Towns, is getting the big-screen treatment.

Published in 2008, Paper Towns is a coming-of-age story centring on Quentin (Wolff) and his enigmatic neighbour Margo (Delevingne), and their subsequent voyage of discovery. After taking him on an all-night adventure through their hometown, Margo suddenly disappears, leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher. The search leads Quentin and his friends on an exhilarating adventure to track her down, where Quentin must find a deeper understanding of both true friendship and true love.

Led by the equally beautiful Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne and directed by Jake Schreier, the film adaptation is set to be released on 17th August.

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Watch This New Clip & Featurette for John Green’s ‘Paper Towns’

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Twentieth Century Fox has released a new clip and featurette for the upcoming young adult coming-of-age film, Paper Towns, this week.

Adapted from a novel of the same name, written by The Fault In Our Stars‘ author John Green, the story tells the story of Quentin (Nat Wolff) in his search for his neighbour Margo (Cara Delevingne), and their subsequent voyage of discovery.

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Watch Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff in New Trailer for ‘Paper Towns’

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20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for the young adult romance, Paper Towns, and it looks like this one’s going to be another big hit this summer.

Adapted from the novel of the same name, written by the author of last year’s box office smash The Fault In Our Stars, John Green, the film has already had a lot of attention because of the author but also because of the leading cast.

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DVD Review: Robot & Frank

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Directed by Jake Schreier, Robot & Frank is set in the near future as it follows Frank, (Frank Langella) an ex-jewel thief whose grown-up kids are concerned he can no longer live alone. Not wanting to put their father in a retirement home, Frank soon receives a gift from his son: a walking, talking humanoid robot butler programmed to improve his physical and mental health. It’s not long before the two companions try their luck as a heist team, however.

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