John Green fans can rejoice!
"Paper Towns," the latest film adaption from beloved author and "Nerdfighter" Green, debuted its first official trailer on Thursday and naturally -- the whole two-plus minutes has us wishing we were teenagers again.
The film, which stars Nat Wolff, 20, as Quentin "Q" Jacobsen and model Cara Delevingne, 22, as Margo Roth Spiegelman is adapted from Green's No. 5 New York Times bestseller of the same name and takes us on a tour of teenage love as Q falls for the carefree girl next door, Margo. While she becomes popular in high school, Q runs in a slightly nerdier crowd and they grow apart until...
She climbs through his window one night!
And of course, the rest is teenage love story history.
Fans of Green's first novel to be adapted for the big screen, "The Fault In Our Stars," will be happy to see Wolff (he played Augustus' blind best friend Isaac in "Fault") in the starring role and in a more upbeat plot line. "Paper Towns" is not as gut-wrenching as the love story between cancer-stricken teenagers Augustus and Hazel Grace.
Based on this trailer, the movie looks like it will live up to its highly-anticipated release.