John Green’s “Fault in Our Stars” Cameo Was Cut from the Theatrical Release

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Oh no, looks like John Green won’t be in the theatrical release of The Fault in Our Stars after all! Now we’re sad pandas.

Green revealed the news in a recent interview, admitting that his cameo was one of the scenes that hit the cutting room floor because “it just didn’t work.”

Don’t cry for John Green though, he admitted he was pleased by the decision. As he explained, “I was hugely relieved when I got the call when they had cut the scene. I was terrible. Terrible.”

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“The Fault in Our Stars” Trailer is Finally Here!!!

The trailer for the film adaptation of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars has finally arrived and what do you mean? We’re not sobbing! We just have bear mace in our eyes.

Suffice it to say, it’s perfect.

You can watch the full official trailer above and the equally adorable teaser below.

And for something slightly less feel-enducing you can familiarize yourself with the official movie poster and its questionable tagline.

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“The Fault in Our Stars” Gets an Official Movie Poster With a Questionable Tagline

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It’s here! It’s here! The Fault in Our Stars movie poster is here!!! And it has the most horrifying tagline we ever could have imagined.

We were rooting for “okay,” but instead the studio went with the awful, “one sick love story,” which is probably the worst pun ever for a book turned movie in which teens sickened by cancer die painful, tear-inducing deaths.

Although John Green says they chose it because it’s exactly the type of pithy thing Hazel would say. Which we get.

You can check out the full poster in all its glory below.

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Around the Interwebs: Volume XXXII

Black Milk Clothing Has a Harry Potter Themed Line Out Now (via Black Milk)

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Black Milk Clothing the purveyor of all clothing nylon and nerdy has added another franchise to their growing roster (which includes Star Wars and Lord of the Rings) but this time around it’s our favorite franchise of all: Harry Potter. The one downside to this is that means that it’s officially licensed Warner Bros. merchandise and therefore everything Ravenclaw is silver and blue and covered in ravens, not blue and bronze and covered in eagles. Sorry Ravenclaws! You can check out the full line of awesome available for sale now through Black Milk. May we suggest the awesome Deathly Hallows leggings?

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Around the Interwebs: Volume XI

Warm Bodies Gets Another New Trailer, Still Looks Adorable (via I Watch Stuff)

On the surface, Warm Bodies (a remake of the book by the same name) looks like Twilight with zombies because it happens to have an attractive British actor playing the pale faced love interest who falls in love with a human and has a propensity for staring creepily at her. It doesn’t help that Stephenie Meyer has the promotional quote on the book cover. Thankfully, that’s where the differences end. Warm Bodies looks funny and full of heart, plus it’s being directed by 50/50‘s Jonathan Levine so it’s definitely no Twilight.

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Around the Interwebs: Volume VIII

Scientists Create an Invisibility Cloak: Nerds Imagine Best Marauders Cosplay Ever (via The Mary Sue)

While we would love to discuss the scientific and militaristic ramifications of an invisibility cloak, all we can think about is OH MY GOD, ONE THIRD OF THE DEATHLY HALLOWS IS NOW REAL! At least in box form, because it’s more an invisibility box than a cloak. But, it does cloak things in the verb sense of the word so it’s still technically an invisibility cloak. Get it? Get it!?! In scientific terms, it splits light into waves which travel around the cloaked object and blah blah blah blah technology.

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