WHO’S IN IT?
Nat Wolff (The Fault in Our Stars), Cara Delevingne (The Face of an Angel), Justice Smith (Trigger Finger), Austin Abrams (The Kings of Summer), Halston Sage (Bad Neighbours), Griffin Freeman (The Fat Boy Chronicles), Caitlin Carver (film debut), Jaz Sinclair (A Race Against Time: The Sharla Butler Story), Cara Buono (Mad Men), Susan Macke Miller (Class of ’91), Tom Hillmann (Battle: Los Angeles), Meg Crosbie (film debut), Jim R. Coleman (American Gangster), Josiah Cerio (Skookum: The Hunt for Bigfoot), Hannah Alligood (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jake Schreier (Robot & Frank), director; Scott Neustadter (The Fault in Our Stars) and Michael H. Weber (500 Days of Summer), writers; Marty Bowen (Dear John) and Wyck Godfrey (Twilight), producers; Ryan Lott (film debut), composer; David Lanzenberg (The Age of Adaline), cinematographer; Jacob Craycroft (Super Troopers), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Quentin “Q” Jacobsen (Wolff), a high school graduate in Florida, lives next door to Margo Roth Speigelman (Delevingne), his childhood friend from whom he has grown apart, despite his feelings for her. One night, Margo visits Q in the middle of the night asking for his help on a series of revenge schemes on fellow students that have tormented her in the past, which he blindly agrees to. After that night, however, Margo suddenly goes missing and Q sets out with his friends on a journey to find her- but along the way, he starts to doubt exactly who it is he’s setting out to find…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Paper Towns, based on the book by The Fault in Our Stars author John Green, is a quirky and uplifting teen romance with its own twists and turns that should keep its audience engaged throughout.