John Green's 'Paper Towns' is headed to the big screen

By Alyssa Ladzinski,
Nat Wolff will be the main focus of 'Paper Towns'

Young Adult novelist John Green is back at it again. His third novel, Paper Towns, is headed to the big screen.

The production company, Fox 2000, is the brains behind the operation of adapting Green’s The Fault in Our Stars and has now pursued to do the same for Paper Towns, according to by USA Today.

Nat Wolff, who stars in The Fault in Our Stars, is also on board for Paper Towns. Wolff also co-wrote and produced The Fault in Our Stars.

"I'm also REALLY excited that I'll be an executive producer on the Paper Towns Movie. Now, if you don't like something, you can blame me :)," Green wrote on his personal Facebook and Twitter accounts. Ten hours, the Facebook post had 30,000 likes.

Green was kind to his fans by sharing behind the scenes moments and fun tidbits during the production of The Fault in our Stars. Fans were able to see sneak peaks from Shailene Woodley, who plays Grace Lancaster, a cancer-ridden teen with a love story.

Wolff will be the center of Paper Towns and will star as teen Quentin, who stumbles upon a man who committed suicide with his neighbor, Margo, reports Deadline.

Green has continued to prove to be a popular novelist, especially with producers being so quick to turn his books into films.



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