‘Paper Towns’ Debuts First Trailer, Get Excited For Another John Green Adaptation [Watch]

Paper Towns is the next film that you will see on the big screen from young adult author John Green, but it surely will not be the last. The film once again deals with teen romance, but in a much lighter way than his last film.

The film is based on the novel of the same name by John Green, who also wrote the best-selling novel The Fault In Our Stars, which became a huge hit as a film starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.

Paper Towns, tells the story of a young boy, Quentin, who has feelings for his beautiful and mysterious next-door neighbor, Margo.  The two of them had not hung out much since childhood when all of a sudden she shows up at his window late at night to go on an adventure with her. However, things start to get even weirder when she vanishes the next day, causing everyone to wonder, and later following a string of clues to find her along with his friends.

However, things start to get even weirder when she vanishes the next day, causing everyone to wonder, and later we find Quentin following a string of clues to find her along with his friends. It is the kind of light-hearted teen adventure drama that we don’t get often enough and is sure to be a big hit when it hits theaters this summer.

The film stars Nat Wolff as Quentin and Cara Delevingne as the mysterious Margo. Additional actors include Halston Sage, Caitlin Carver, and Austin Abrams. Although he did not gain as much recognition as Ansel Elgort for the film, you may also recognize Nat Wolff from The Fault In Our Stars in the part of Isaac.

Paper Towns was directed by Jake Schreier, who’s only credit thus far is for the film Robot and Frank, starring Frank Langella. The script was written by Scott Neustadter, who also wrote the script for The Fault In Our Stars. Mark your calendars for July 24 when the film will premiere in theaters.

Tell US: Does the new trailer get you excited to see Paper Towns?

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