After “The Fault in Our Stars”, another John Green novel has been adapted into a major motion picture and will soon debut in cinemas. Paper Towns, a romantic comedy coming-of-age film, will center about the mysteries of love found and lost.
The story happens in Orlando, Florida where Quentin “Q” Jacobsen, a high school senior, secretly falls in love with his neighbor Margo Roth Spiegelman since childhood. Then an opportunity presents itself. Margo climbs into Q’s window and takes him into an all-night adventure through their hometown. It is all cloud nine for Q until the next morning when Margo suddenly disappears, leaving behind clues which only Q can make sense of. Summoning his friends, Q embarks on a hilarious and touching journey, one that will open him up to the mysteries of true friendship and true love.
Nat Wolff (the blind best friend Isaac in “The Fault in Our Stars”) will play the role of Quentin while fashion supermodel Cara Delevingne as Margo. Other casts include Justice Smith, Austin Abrams, Halston Sage, Jaz Sinclair and Cara Buono. The film is written by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, the same team that wrote Green’s first book film adaptation. Directed by Jake Schreier, Paper Towns will hit cinemas on July 24, 2015.