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The Fault in Our Stars trailer will be released on Valentine’s Day, if the director’s father is to be believed.

A man named Don Boone on Twitter – apparently Josh Boone’s father – tweeted on New Years Eve that The Fault in Our Stars trailer release date is set for February 14:

Josh Boone follows Don on Twitter, which adds to the validity of the account.

In related news, Fault star Ansel Elgort (Augustus) shared what looks like a new still from the movie this morning. It depicts Gus and Hazel (Shailene Woodley) in Amsterdam on a bench, perhaps along the water.

We’ve reached out to Fox to request a high-res version of the photo and will share it if made available to Hypable.

The Fault in Our Stars will be released June 6, 2014. A poster for the film was released in December and featured our first official look at Hazel and Gus. The movie is based on the book of the same name by John Green.

  • xiku

    I seem to be the only person on the planet not even remotely excited about this movvie… Well, I hope that those who are excited really like it when it comes out :)

    • Amir

      I HIGHLY recommend reading the book.

      • xiku

        I have read it, and didn’t think it was very good… But most people seem to love it, so I hope they’ll also enjoy the movie.

        • Rosalie David

          Out of curiosity why didn’t you enjoy the book? I’m not looking to argue btw just curious.

          • xiku

            I mean, that’s just my opinion, but I thought it was predictable, the characters are the same in every single John Green book and most YA books, the dialogue was awful and the overall writing was not very good, either (and a bit pretentious, tbh). I think people only like the book because the theme and overall idea are so tragic that they can’t help it. I also found the book a bit shallow. You’d think I’d feel bad, disliking a book about cancer, but I think this is The Boy in The Striped Pajamas all over again – just because it’s an important, tragic, sad issue, doesn’t mean the book is good. Mind you, that’s just me, and I must tell you that I usually try to stay away from YA books, as I very rarely think they’re any good. But everyone has different tastes, and that’s a good thing.

          • claystripe6514

            I was all ready to hop on my war horse and campaign for the honor of one of my favorite books… but I agree with quite a few of your points, particularly in regards to dialogue. About 60% of every “spoken” word in the book screams “written”- people simply do not craft their sentences with such precision (and, dare I say, pretentiousness) when they talk to friends and loved ones. A lot of that (particularly in Augustus’s sake) is intentional, but the very real emotion and humanity of the themes and characters is often muddled because what they say doesn’t seem real and genuine. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’ll post TFIOS quotes on Tumblr and Facebook like nobody’s business, but… I’m still interested with how it will translate to screen.

          • Rosalie David

            Thanks, I haven’t read it yet but I know that it has a big following. I was just wondering why you didn’t like it before I read it.
            I’ll see, but I’ve already bought it so I think I might as well go ahead. I enjoy reading YA every now and than if only because its usually a quick read and at least here there are no paranormal aspects, that I know of.

          • claystripe6514

            I definitely recommend it. It has a few flaws, sure, but no book has made me cry like a little baby like The Fault in Our Stars has. And I mean full on, “crawl in the bathtub at 3 in the morning so you don’t wake anyone up” crying.

    • Doha Youssef

      I so agree with you! I really wish I enjoyed the book. I just couldn’t seem to enjoy it or understand what was so amazing about it!

  • PabloRuiz7

    They look really cute together =)

  • Kris D

    Omg can’t wait. just read the book this weekend and fell in love with it. i can’t wait until the movie comes out!

  • Sarah

    Ansel doesn’t look like Augustus to me. :(

    • Evelyn

      Neither, but frankly if this pictures in the movie, I can deal with it

  • Anthony Seam

    Same day when Vampire Academy hits cinemas.

  • http://xyue-mayx.deviantart.com/ Dreamer

    i’m so excited for this movie.

  • M. Gabriela Sosa

    My expectations are high on this one. Specially after watching ‘Stuck in love’. It was so fantastic.

    • Doha Youssef

      Stuck in Love was AMAZING! SOOOO GOOD!

  • Taylor

    um I think that the Joshua kid should be Augustus not Ansel look up Johsua Brand for Augustus Waters and click on the images and look at the one that has Augustus Waters in black at the top and you’ll see what I mean he looks so much more like Augustus than I could ever imagine and Ansel looks nothing like him

  • Taylor

    if you look it up on google

  • Taylor

    um I think that the Joshua kid should be Augustus not Ansel look up Johsua Brand for Augustus Waters and click on the images and look at the one that has Augustus Waters in black at the top and you’ll see what I mean he looks so much more like Augustus than I could ever imagine and Ansel looks nothing like him

  • Taylor

    um I think that the Joshua kid should be Augustus not Ansel look up Johsua Brand for Augustus Waters and click on the images and look at the one that has Augustus Waters in black at the top and you’ll see what I mean he looks so much more like Augustus than I could ever imagine and Ansel looks nothing like him look it up on google for best results

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