Thursday, July 10, 2014

DVD Release Dates

TFIOS will be available on Blu-Ray and DVD September 16th!




*Updated release dates*
(some may not be 100% accurate since dates tend to vary)

Germany - October 10, 2014
US - September 16, 2014


Special Editions


Standard DVD

Theatrical Cut Audio Commentary by Josh Boone and John Green, Promotional Featurettes: The Cast, The Making of The Fault In Our Stars, The Transformation, Literature to Life, Our Little Infinity, The Music Behind Our Stars, and a Gallery.



BluRay
Audio commentary with Josh Boone and John Green, six deleted scenes (including commentary), The Stars Align: Book to Screen, and the DVD features.


Includes a fabric poster of Hazel and Gus in Amsterdam (as seen below).





In addition to a gorgeous cover, this edition includes an infinity bracelet (with a preorder!) as well as the extended cut, thirty-two minutes of extra content: six promotional featurettes, six deleted scenes, and The Stars Align: Book to Screen.



Thanks to Hypable for the tip 1 / 2!

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Thursday, July 3, 2014

TFIOS Score Information

The official TFIOS score by Bright Eyes members Mike Mogis and Nathaniel Walcott will be released on Tuesday, July 8th.



Track list is as follows:

1. Opening Titles
2. Hazel Intro
3. Hazel Checkup
4. Hazel and Gus Intro-Staring
5. Always
6. Young Hazel Montage
7. Cold Hands
8. The Thing About Pain
9. Letter to Van Houten
10. Okay
11. Hazel X-Ray
12. Funky Bones
13. Surprise
14. Hazel Emergency
15. Doctor Says No
16. One Sad Swingset
17. Thanks for Understanding
18. Mom and Hazel
19. I Love You
20. Disappointment
21. Anne Frank House
22. The Kiss
23. Love Making
24. Christmas Tree
25. Buying Eggs
26. Ambulance
27. Funky Bones 2 Pt. 1
28. Funky Bones 2 Pt. 2
29. Isaac Eulogy
30. Hazel Eulogy
31. The Great and Terrible 10


The score was one of our favorite parts of the film, so we can't wait to get our hands on this!


Thursday, June 26, 2014

John Green to be at LeakyCon 2014

John Green will be at this year's LeakyConbeing held July 30-Aug. 3 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.


There will of course be panels with the authors (among which is not only John but also Laurie HalseAnderson, Holly Black, Gayle Forman, Lev Grossman, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Scott Westerfeld, Malinda Lo, Varian Johnson, Lauren Myracle, Stephanie Perkins and Rainbow Rowel) and lots of awesome stuff, like:

·      Kickoff panel to meet the authors and hear what’s going on during the show.
·      Panel discussion on diversity in books.
·      Clinics for amateur authors to get advice from bestselling authors on improving their writing.
·      A behind-the-scenes discussion about how Tumblrand the reading community work together.
·      A young adult version of Jeopardy to test attendees on their knowledge of Young Adult literature.
·      A discussion about the process of having your book made into a movie.
·      Top young adult authors read some of their early work from when they were teenagers.
·      Fun and nerdy games with authors and other aspiring writers.


The attendees will also get to go to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando and check out the soon-to-open Diagon Alley and the Hogwarts Express. During that time the attraction will be closed to the general public and only open to Leaky Con attendees.

For more info, check out the offical LeakyCon site.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Shailene Woodley talks to "Vanity Fair"



Source: Vanity Fair

The Fault in Our Stars, which took Woodley to Amsterdam (where she had gone backpacking at 18) and to Pittsburgh, is a beautiful modern love story about two teenagers, Hazel and Gus, with a heartbreaking twist. Director Josh Boone says, “I told the studio it’s like Titanic, except the iceberg is cancer.” 

Woodley was so moved by Green’s novel—which has sold seven million copies worldwide and has been translated into 46 languages—that she reached out to the author directly. “She wrote me a long—very long—e-mail before the movie rights even sold,” Green says. “I remember being sort of overwhelmed by it, because it was so long and so positive, and she was so relentless in her certainty that she should play Hazel.”

Woodley also made an unusual impression on the director. “She was such a strange, interesting person,” Boone says of his first encounter with the actress. “She talks about health and is really passionate about what she believes; I wasn’t sure what to make of her.” At her audition the next morning, the director says, “she was the character Hazel. She wasn’t at all the girl I had met the night before, but over the course of getting to know her she is exactly who she is. I had forgotten how idealistic you can be in your 20s. I’m cynical, and she is really inspiring because she is so not.” 

Check out the full article after the CUT!