I can’t even begin to describe what I feel in this moment. My thoughts are like stars I cannot fathom into constellations. My thoughts are like a half-million abnormally shaped shards of fragmented emotions swirling around and around inside my head and in my gut.
The first trailer for The Fault In Our Stars is all I could want and all I could have hoped for. And yet, it makes you forget. It makes you forget about infinities and scenes which will tear you in two; but that’s okay. It’s okay, because it’s a lonely, vaguely pedophilic swing set and the literal heart of Jesus. It’s Gus: adorable and smug. It’s the attention to detail. It’s Issac. It’s Hazel Grace Lancaster. It’s everything and it’s real. And the more I watch it, the more it hurts. Painful in the same way the book was; thriving on that chaotic mix of endearing happiness and overwhelming sadness. It hurts like it’s supposed to. It hurts in that oh-so-good way that only lovers of this book could know and that’s perfect. It’s perfect.
The Fault In Our Stars arrives in theatres June 6th.
What did you think of the first official trailer for TheFault In Our Stars? How many times have you watched it so far? Did it exceed your expectations? Which scene was your favorite? Have you read the book? Do you believe the film will do the novel justice? What do you think of Shailene & Ansel as Hazel & Gus? Tell me in the comments!