Love these two new stills from ‘The Fault in Our Stars’. So gorgeous.
Entertainment Weekly shared this new still from The Fault In Our Stars in which Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus (Ansel Elgort) “have a romantic moment at Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Okay? Okay.”
Shailene Woodley looks stunning for Empire Magazine. She really can rock the short and the long hair. LOVE IT!
Cue the fangirl screams. The first still from The Fault In Our Stars, in theaters June 6, has just hit the web!
The cover for the official movie companion was released over on the Divergent Facebook page this week, with Shailene Woodley as Tris on the front. Looking classy!
No surprise to us – Ansel Elgort is making everyone’s list of people to look out for in 2014. The Boston Herald put out their list of faces to watch out for in 2014.
Kellan Lutz: Follwing his low-profile “Twilight” work, Lutz heads to the gladiator ring as the mythological strong man in “The Legend of Hercules,” and his status will rise. ”
Yvonne Strahovski: A fresh face from Down Under, she co-stars with Aaron Eckhart in “I, Frankenstein,” a new spin on Mary Shelley’s classic monster tale.
James Corden: Britain’s endearingly chubby comic woos American moviegoers with three films: the British biopic “One Chance,” then opposite Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley in “Can a Song Save Your Life?” and come Christmas in Stephen Sondheim’s fairy-tale musical “Into the Woods.”
Joel Kinnaman: The Swedish star made inroads as the irreverent rehab-recovering detective in three seasons of “The Killing.” Now he’s set to grab the world’s action audience as the new “RoboCop.”
Kit Harington: Another TV player who shines on “Game of Thrones,” Harington stars in the historical epic “Pompeii,” recounting a legendary Italian city’s volcanic destruction.
Ansel Elgort: The son of famed photographer Arthur Elgort stars in two film versions of best-selling young adult books. “Divergent” is a futuristic action thriller with Shailene Woodley (“The Descendants”) as his rebellious sister, while the romance “The Fault in Our Stars” casts him as her lover.
There were a lot of casting decisions this year that we all trolled the internet for. One of the big ones – who was going to be our Gus and Hazel. And guess what guys – it made The Hollywood Reporters list of casting decisions that trolled the internet.
2. Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort in The Fault in Our Stars: On first blush, the casting of Woodley and Elgort in the upcoming adaptation of John Green’s YA novel about two teens in a support group who fall in love with each other seems perfectly sensible. Both are up-and-coming actors with affection for the source material, after all. What could go wrong? Oh, that’s right — the Internet. (Curiously, Woodley was reportedly also up for the female lead in Fifty Shades of Grey at one point. Just imagine the outrage singularity that could have emerged had she won that role.)
Green actually took to Tumblr to defend both actors. “Novelists do not cast movies, so these were not my decisions (although I did have a lot of input),” he wrote. “I’m defending them because I think they’re both perfect for their parts (and I’d tell you if I felt otherwise). … If the movie works, you’ll sit down in the theater and you won’t say, ‘Oh look it’s Shailene Woodley,’ or, ‘Oh, look, it’s Tris from Divergent.’ You’ll say, ‘Holy wow Hazel Grace.’ “
We personally have always thought they were perfect. Did you?
We have trailer news! According to director Josh Boone’s father Don, the trailer for The Fault In Our Stars will debut on Valentine’s Day on February 14.
6 weeks until TFIOS trailer hits theatres everywhere. #TFIOS trailer on 2/14
— Don Boone (@dpaulboone) January 1, 2014
The Fault In Our Stars hits theaters on June 6.
Shailene Woodley is on the cover of Total Film, as Beatrice Prior – who we all have to wait until March to see. The February 2014 issue talks about heroes of 2014.
The article also features an interview with Shailene. For the full transcribed interview, VISIT THE SOURCE.
“I said no when I got the offer,” Woodley recalls, striking a yoga tree pose and nursing herbal tea in a London hotel suite after a limb-cramping long flight from the US. “I was like, ‘I’m afraid about the lack of anonymity, that lifestyle if the movie does well, the amount of commitment even for publicity.”’ Convinced to re-assess by her mum (who reasoned that she liked the character and to turn down a film based on fame was like turning it down based on its budget – something she assures us she wouldn’t do), Woodley threw herself into training and ‘chemistry auditions’ to portray Tris, the kick-ass teen girl leading a revolution against a factioned and oppressed society in futuristic Chicago.