“It has done me good,” said the fox, “because of the color of the wheat fields.”
“My affections and wishes are unchanged, but one word from you will silence me on this subject for ever.” —Jane Austen, Pride & Prejudice
“I have recorded a cameo. It will almost certainly be cut from the final film, in accordance with tradition.”
During a Reddit AMA, the Ferguson Library Director said that “The Fault In Our Stars” is one of the library’s most popular young adult novels.
Back away from my reading habits.
Forget pick-up lines. Give your crush a book.
Harry Potter or Little Women?
I don’t know about you but John Green’s feeling 22.
We laughed, then cried about The Fault in Our Stars all over again.
A former fan of Pepper’s told BuzzFeed News that when she was 15, the YouTube personality pressured her to send him nude photographs. Three other women said they were inappropriately touched or harassed by him.
Some pretty stellar reads you might not have heard of.
Who’s the most popular tweeter in YOUR state?
“When I wear makeup, I genuinely don’t derive pleasure from thinking about how I’ll look to people watching me… I just like the way I look, it makes me happy.”
“That’s the thing about cake…it demands to be eaten.”
LIKE WE NEEDED ANOTHER REASON TO CRY. Lots of spoilers.
Because before the The Fault In Our Stars actors were lovers, they were siblings in a dystopian universe.
With an estimated opening weekend of $48.2 million, the adaptation of John Green’s best-seller had a best-ever debut for a contemporary drama.
For those who found their little infinity within this book.
Two Jewish BuzzFeed staffers debate.
Hollywood has nothing on the original book when it comes to telling stories that aren’t just sad for the sake of being sad. The long-awaited movie version of John Green’s hit YA novel arrives in theaters this Friday. (Spoilers, if you haven’t read the book.)
The author of the book turned movie answered fan questions on Reddit, and it’s definitely worth a read.
Try to resist getting your own now. Okay? Okay.
John Green, Ansel Elgort, and Shailene Woodley show us what love looks like.
Instead of all of the tears, you could have had… narco-terrorists! Spoiler alerts, obviously.
A romantic drama about young cancer patients doesn’t seem like it would spur the same fanaticism as The Hunger Games, but The Fault in Our Stars — in particular, John Green, who wrote the YA best-seller — is proof that teenage feelings are special effects too.