The Fault in Our Stars Movie update: Ansel Elgort as Potential Gus

nerdfighters rules Hello Fellow BookNerds!

Just want to give all of you lovely followers a heads up that I will be making some changes – yet again – to my blog’s appearance and layout. This means that there may not be any posts for a little while, or they will simply appear with less frequency than usual. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but look on the bright side; this will leave you with more time to sink your teeth into a really good book. One of my goals in life, after all, is to ensure that future generations are still keen about reading, even in the midst of all the shiny gadgets and gizmos. 

That being said, let’s move on to today’s topic…

A most recent update concerning the potential movie adaptation of John Green’s bestselling novel “The Fault in Our Stars” reveals that Mr. Ansel Elgort may be taking on the role of Augustus Waters, the love interest of the story. Although he has yet to make his major debut, Elgort is no stranger to the big screen, and judging by his picture, I feel he could fit into the part quite well.


(Ansel Elgort, 1994 ~ present)

Very soon, we shall witness his acting potential in the upcoming remake of the horror flick Carrie, followed by his appearance in next years book-to-movie adaptation of the young adult sensation Divergent. It has not been made official, but if young Elgort does take on the role, then The Fault in Our Stars will have its two lead actors, increasing the odds of this movie actually becoming a reality.

I’ll be sure to keep you all posted on any upcoming developments with the film. I love to hear what you think about having Ansel Elgort playing the role of Gus, or if you have someone else in mind you would love playing that role. Leave your thoughts in the comments, and until next time, happy reading!



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