Remember the movie that smashed Tom Cruise’s rather awesome Edge of Tomorrow in its opening weekend? No? Well you should feel shame then! The Fault in our Stars had an incredible impact on those who read the John Green novel (mostly females under the age of 25) so it was not surprising that the movie adaptation was also received so well. From the same author now comes Paper Towns, another number one best-selling novel that looks a lot more accessible to, well, under 25 males (at least he’s consistent). I am actually quite keen to watch this one though as it looks a lot less heavy than the cancer orientated The Fault in our Stars.
Starring Nat Wolff (The Fault in our Stars) as Quentin and Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad) as Margo the story follows the mysterious disappearance and subsequent search of Margo, which is fitting as she was rather obsessed with mysteries in the first place. It looks like she vanishes and leaves a trail to wake up Quentin and get him to realise what life is about. It also has lots of MILF jokes which is just naughty, and hella funny. Have a watch and see what you think.
It looks light-hearted and could be quite a bit of fun. Paper Towns is directed by Jake Schreier and stars Austin Abrams (The Walking Dead), Justice Smith (The Thundermans) and Halson Sage (Neighbours). Expect it to land 24 July.
Last Updated: June 4, 2015