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“The Fault In Our Stars” Poster Will Make You Feel Feelings

Exclusive! Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort cozy up on the grass in this first look at the highly anticipated adaptation of John Green’s best-selling novel, about two kids with cancer who fall in love. UPDATED with Green’s comments on the tagline.

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UPDATE: Fans are, indeed, feeling some feelings.

*drowning in feelings* -----> “The Fault In Our Stars” Poster: http://t.co/VzMDoG1zwA via @adambvary

— kapriiwhooosh (@Japril.)

#TFiOS movie poster. I'm basically useless after this. http://t.co/MT4oDPXaAq @adambvary #amazing #fangirlin #perfection #onesicklovestory

— heartJESS (@heartJESS)

@BuzzFeedEnt @realjohngreen @adambvary OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OJ MYSJXBGOXVNW

— iisblle (@done)

IM ACTUALLY FUCKING CRYING IM IN LITERAL TEARS IN THE MIDDLE OF CLASS http://t.co/7Z6fO2U74E via @adambvary

— hoodlumed (@// cathy //)

@BuzzFeedEnt @realjohngreen @adambvary I'M NOT READY FOR THIS FEELS. EXCUSE ME WHILE I CRY BLOOD.

— pritsijois (@Tzie)

@BuzzFeedEnt @TheFaultMovie @realjohngreen my heart cannot handle this poster right now

— alescappaticci (@Alessia)

THE FAULT IN OUR STARS POSTER IS OUT OMG OMG I CANT BREATHE, IM CRYING OMG

— miaisminee (@mine ♚)

#tfios movie poster! (!!!!!) http://t.co/C8p0XSnCj1

— VeronicaRoth (@Veronica Roth)

THE POSTER OF THE FAULT IN OUR STARS IS RELEASED! *scrams somewhere and gets hit by a buys*

— HeldOnCaulField (@Mark Francis Astom)

Some fans are also feeling feelings about the tagline “One Sick Love Story.”

Not quite sure what to make of The Fault in Our Stars tagline, but that poster is great. I loved the book so much, ugly cried thru it.

— Suzapalooz (@Suzanne Best)

the fault in our stars movie tag line is "one sick love story" THAT IS NOT OKAY. I AM NOT OKAY.

— LiamKelsall (@PerksOfBeingAFanboy.)

So. The Fault In Our Stars tagline is a joke, right? a terrible, offensive joke?

— chickwith_stick (@Lauren)

the tagline for the fault in our stars is probably my least favourite tagline to exist. #stop

— ChelseaQuintal (@Chelsea Quintal)

UPDATE 2: Author John Green addressed fan concerns about the tagline on his Tumblr:

I did not write the tagline.…These things are not my decision. It’s not my movie, or my poster.…That said, I like the tag line.…I mostly wanted something that said, “This is hopefully not going to be a gauzy, sentimental love story that romanticizes illness and further spreads the lie that the only reason sick people exist is so that healthy people can learn lessons.” But that’s not a very good tag line. I like the tag line because it says, literally, the sick can also have love stories. Love and joy and romance are not just things reserved for the well.

That said, I might be wrong. I’m wrong all the time.

Via fishingboatproceeds.tumblr.com

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