John Green’s novel of the same name was adapted into this wonderful movie about young love, where a high school boy falls head over heels for a girl who also happens to be his classmate only to vanish abruptly. What the boy does forms the rest of the story.
According to E! Quentin Jacobsen hopelessly falls in love with Margo who barely happens to notice him but still he can’t help but stay mad about her. In the trailer, Q as he is fondly called by his friends leads a very simple life where he has no high expectations from himself or anyone. He is portrayed as just the kind of guy who would be in his office from 9 to 5 and then return back home to family.
Enters Margo, his neighbour and not to forget the girl of his dreams who asks for his help and without saying no he tags along with her only to help her take revenge on her partner who has been cheating on her. In a way her wild side really attracts him to her and how Cara’s character Margo shows Q to not sweat the small things makes him realise that sometimes doing something apart from the usual is also a good idea.
The twist in the trailer comes when Margo suddenly disappears and how the new found “go wild” instinct in Q instigates him in wanting to find her and look for some answers. The reason why Nat Wolff was selected to play the lead role of Q in this film was because of his brilliant portrayal of Isaac, Augustus’ best friend in the movie “The Fault in our Stars” and how he first impressed John Green with his performance was the reason he was cast first in the movie. It is being reported that Cara was cast six months later with Jake Schreier directing the film. The movie will release on July 24th.
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