Articles Posted in the " John Green " Category

  • BookCon 2019: Looking for Alaska Finally Has a Premiere Date

    John Green has been part of some memorable BookCon panels since the convention started in 2014. The Fault in Our Stars movie panel at the inaugural con nearly caused a riot, but it’s been several years since one of the best known names in Young Adult graced the BookCon stage. Now, with the Hulu adaptation […]


  • Hulu Page-to-Screen Adaptations Headed to BookCon

    Powerhouse streaming platform Hulu is bringing two highly-anticipated original series to New York City’s premiere convention for book lovers. There is a lot of excitement about what we will see from Hulu at BookCon! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Hulu to Adapt “Looking for Alaska” As Limited-Run Series

    John Green’s debut novel Looking for Alaska was optioned in 2005 to be adapted into a film, but after several false starts, it seemed that a movie adaptation was going nowhere. Yesterday, it was announced that Josh Schwartz – the man behind Gossip Girl, The O.C., and Marvel’s Runaways – will be bringing the story to Hulu. Read our before commenting. […]


  • “Paper Towns” Makes a Point…And Misses the Point

    Warning: may contain spoilers for the book/movie. After an epic (a word that has been used so often lately so as to have lost all meaning) night helping Margo (Cara Delevingne) take revenge on all of the people who have wronged her, Q (Nat Wolff) thinks their relationship will shift from friends to more than that. After […]


  • As Seen on the Big Screen: The Fault in Our Stars

    I’m an avid reader, and I’m sure many people share the feeling I get when I hear the news that one of my favorite books is being adapted into a film: a potent cocktail of anticipation and dread.  Who will play my favorite character?  Which of my favorite moments will end up on the cutting […]


  • Get Swept Away by The Fault in Our Stars

    The first thing a book reader must reconcile themselves with when they hear one of their favorite books is being adapted into a film is that things will be changed.  Sometimes it’s for the better, but more often than not, it’s for the worse.  So a disconnection is usually necessary, treating the film adaptation as […]