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Do You Want To Watch The Fault In Our Stars On May 12?

Yup, we're serious.
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This is probably the best news you'll wake up to today. The Fault In Our Stars' author John Green just tweeted about TFIOS Little Infinities Screenings happening in over 10 countries all over the world.

 

And as you might have guessed, we're one of the lucky places that get to see the film a month before its theatrical release!

The Fault In Our Stars Little Infinities Screening

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So how exactly do you get a ticket to this special screening? You need to go to the Little Infinities website, fill out the form with your name, email, and social media usernames. Don't forget to post about it using the hashtag #littleinfinities (make sure your account is public or else the people from 20th Century Fox won't see your posts!). Lucky fans will get picked at random and get two tickets to see the film on May 12. We don't know about you, but we've already submitted our names! Get to it, Candy Girls!

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