• The Fault in Our Stars lead Ansel Elgort will play the title role in Van Cliburn. The film tells the story of the Texan piano prodigy who has been credited as bridging the Cold War gap between America and Russia when, at age 23, he won the Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition in Moscow in 1958. Andrew Stern (Disconnect) is penning the script, and Elgort, a graduate of LaGuardia High School of the Performing Arts, will perform the piano playing himself. [Deadline] READ FULL STORY
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If there is one thing John Green fans are good at, it’s expressing their emotions — often at high volume.
Anywhere The Fault In Our Stars author goes he is accompanied by the window-shattering screams of his battalions of loyal fans, but put him on the stage with the makers of the upcoming film adaptation and the auditorium rings with some seriously ecstatic screaming.
As the movie version of the juggernaut best-seller heads to screens next week, here’s what made the fans cry out during The Fault In Our Stars movie presentation at BookCon on Saturday: READ FULL STORY
Palo Alto — Gia Coppola’s film based on a book of short stories by James Franco — is a high school drama with an interconnected narrative. The heart of the story lies in a forbidden relationship between popular soccer player April (Emma Roberts) and her coach Mr. B. (Franco), a single father she frequently babysits for.
Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY
The Fault in Our Stars has found its Isaac! EW has learned exclusively that Nat Wolff, seen most recently in Stuck in Love (with Fault director Josh Boone) and Admission, has been cast in the adaptation of the best-selling John Green novel.
Wolff’s role is a pivotal one: Isaac is a close friend of Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort) and is responsible for bringing him to the teenage cancer support group where Augustus and Hazel Grace (Shailene Woodley) first meet.
Woodley and Elgort just finished worked on the recently wrapped Divergent and will have only a short break before beginning production on The Fault in Our Stars next month in Pittsburgh.
Paul Rudd and Tina Fey supply most of the romantic-comedy in Admission, director Paul Weitz’s new movie about a by-the-book Princeton University admissions officer (Fey) who is thrown for a loop when a charming old classmate (Rudd) suggests one of his most talented college-bound students just might be the child she put up for adoption years ago. But younger audiences who grew up watching The Naked Brothers Band will be delighted to recognize that Rudd’s academic prodigy, Jeremiah, is none other than a taller, less shaggy Nat Wolff, the older sibling from Nickelodeon’s hit musical-comedy TV series that ran from 2007 to 2009. Now 18 — and bound for college himself — Wolff is jumping back into movies in a big way. Admission is just one of five films he’ll star in this year, highlighted by upcoming roles opposite Selena Gomez, Lily Collins, James Franco, and Girls‘ Zosia Mamet.
What about the Naked Brothers, you ask? Nat and Alex, now 15, are still making music together (though they are no longer Naked and just go by Nat & Alex Wolff). “Since December, I’ve just been playing shows with Alex,” says the native New Yorker. “We’re a duo, and we’re working on the next record. It’s difficult to balance [music and movies], but we’re always writing songs.”
Click below for an extensive interview with Wolff. READ FULL STORY
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