Woodley stars as a teenager who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13. She has been fighting it ever since and she finds love in the most unlikely of places -- her support group. Ansel Elgort is in remission and he sees something in Woodley, something she doesn’t even see in herself.
The film is based on the book by John Green and is from the writers of 500 Days of Summer. Talk about a great pedigree!
The Fault in Our Stars lands June 6, and here are some other fantastic films that find a priceless way to handle one tough subject.
Hazel Grace Lancaster: Really? That's disgusting! Augustus Waters: What? Hazel Grace Lancaster: What? Do you think that is cool? Or something? You just ruined the whole thing. Augustus Waters: The whole thing? Hazel Grace Lancaster: Yes, this whole thing. Hazel Grace Lancaster: Even thou you have freaking cancer, you are willing to give money to corporation for a chance to acquire even more cancer? Let me just assure you that not being able to breathe? SUCKS. Totally disappointing. Totally. Augustus Waters: They don't kill you unless you light them. And I've never lit one. It's a metaphor, see
Augustus Waters: What's your story? Hazel Grace Lancaster: I was diagnosed when I was 13... Augustus Waters: No no no, Your real story. Hazel Grace Lancaster: I am quite unextraordinary. Augustus Waters: I reject that.