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Another John Green Novel Is Making Its Way To The Big Screen
It's a good news week for John Green fans out there.
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Excitement is building with the nearing release of the movie adaptation of John Green's best-selling novel The Fault In Our Stars. And just this week, more good news! It has been reported that Fox 2000 is reuniting with the TFIOS team to produce another Green novel into a movie—Paper Towns.

Paper Towns is not your typical YA fare, where boy meets girl, boy and girl fall in love. The protagonist of the story, Quentin, witnesses something quite disturbing with his neighbor Margo. They find a man who has committed suicide. They grow apart up until one night in high school, Margo shows up in Q's bedroom window dressed like a ninja. She convinces him to get back at all the people who have hurt her. After a night of doing exactly that, she disappears. When Q discovers that Margo has run away, he is determined to figure out all of the clues she's left behind to find her.

Nat Wolff has been cast as the lead character. He is in TFIOS, where he plays Isaac. He also starred alongside Lily Collins and Logan Lerman in Stuck In Love.

Have you read Paper Towns? Are you curious how it'll turn out on the big screen? Who do you think they should cast as Margo? Leave a comment below or tweet us @candymagdotcom!

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