It's OFFICIAL! Looking for Alaska will be made into a movie, which should be released sometime in 2016. There is a lot of buzz about the casting (Anya Taylor Joy and Charlie Rowe are in the running for Alaska and Miles), but we thought it'd be fun to host a fantasy casting.
So...who do YOU want to see playing your favorite LFA characters? VOTE in the polls below!Read more >
John Green announced in his latest video https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3KfeUzlpGzE and said that a producer "Becca Thomas" May do Looking For Alaska into a movie even though he didn't want the book to turn into a movie...
Tell me your ideas of who maybe Alaska, Pudge(Hopefully Me) and many others.
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ANOTHER John Green movie is in the works.... and we are thrilled about it. Let It Snow, which was co-written by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle, will be turned into a film by Universal.
The studio announced that the movie will open in theaters on December 9, 2016, with Kay Cannon writing the script (she wrote the first two Pitch Perfect films!!).
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Last night, the NEW Paper Towns (movie) trailer debuted...and it is AWESOME. You get to see even more of the boys and of Margo Roth Spiegelman! Check it out now...
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Paper Towns fans!!!
There is a NEW clip from the upcoming Paper Towns (movie). Margo and Quentin escape like "ninjas" after they play a hilaaarious prank. Check it out!Read more >
Thank you to everyone who entered comments!!! Check out the original Fannotation Video below:
We are SOOO excited about the Paper Towns trailer release that we decided to make an original Fannotation Video! Maybe you remember our The Fault in Our Stars Fannotation Trailer from last year? Let's do it again, but with Paper Towns!
So...how does it work? First, submit YOUR reactions to different parts of the trailer in the comments below. On March 30, we'll compile the best moments and create an original video.
How to Submit Reactions:
- Tell us your reaction, something you noticed that someone else might NOT have noticed, or your general feelings about Paper Towns.
- Specify what EXACT part of the trailer (by minute and seconds) you reacted to.
- Sign wit…
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The Paper Towns poster was just released...what do you think? WE are so excited to see Nat Wolff and Cara in the movie.
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IT'S HAPPENING! One by one, all of John Green's book are being made into movies. Two screenwriters from The Fault in Our Stars (film), Neustadter and Weber, will write the screenplay for the Looking for Alaska.
There are no timing details yet, but you can check out more details here.Read more >
Hey there fellow nerdfighters!
How have you guys been? You guys must have heard of Paper Towns becoming a movie? I'm so chuffed! I'm actually pretty pleased with the casting . Nat Wolff was brilliant in The Fault In Our Stars so I'm really looking forward to seeing him as Q. I haven't really seen Cara Delevingne's acting but she looks quite like an enigma to me. Same with Justice Smith and Austin Abrams.
How about you guys? What do you think of the casting and the upcoming movie? Message us below.
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We have our Margo Roth Spiegelman. Cara Delevingne was just cast in the movie to star alongside Nat Wolff. We are really excited to see how the rest of the cast fills out!Read more >
EXCITING NEWS! Paper Towns the movie now has a director. John Green announced that Jake Schreier will direct the movie, which is expected to be released next year.
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Hey there Star Faulters!
Have you checked out Wikia's YA Society Reads yet? This month in honor of the upcoming premiere of The Fault in Our Stars (film), we are hosting a read along of TFIOS! Join us in the discussion, vote in polls, vote in fantasy castings, and MORE!
Click here to check it out! Hope to see you all there!Read more >
Welcome to our new and improved John Green Wiki! If you have any questions, contact an admin. Please help us edit and grow this wiki!Read more >