The Fault in Our Stars


6 amazing moments that are shown in the new ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ trailer

April 26, 2014

I saw the new The Fault in Our Stars trailer! It’s currently exclusively playing before The Other Woman and should be hitting the web soon, probably on Monday. I thought I’d give you a tease and let you know moments from the book, and other fantastic scenes, that made it into this new trailer. This new one is basically like an extended version of the original, since it has many pieces from the first, but also has many new parts as well.

1. That’s the kind of thing I’d know if I had a fake ID!

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Yes, get excited guys…the beloved moment between Hazel and her mother in which she lists off the things she should be doing as a normal teenager (like “taking” pot), is in this new trailer.

2. Mike Birbiglia as Patrick, the leader of the support group!

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In this new trailer, we get more of Mike Birbiglia as Patrick, and it really is an amazingly hilarious moment. Hazel is NOT amused by his antics. I just love how Shailene is interpreting the role of Hazel. She’s so sweet yet has that amazing witty spunkiness underneath it all. Patrick asks Hazel how she’s doing, and in a voiceover she asks, “You mean, besides the cancer?” There’s more, but I won’t spoil it. It’s perfect.

3. Never-before-seen piece of the “It’s a Metaphor” scene!

We get an extra line from Hazel in which after she says “You just ruined the whole thing!” and Gus adds, “The whole thing? Aw, man!” Hazel gets her stone-cold face of disappointment on and says, in a never-before-heard line: “You were doing really well too!”

4. Extended scene of Hazel and Gus in bed in Amsterdam!

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We get more adorableness, as Hazel and Gus get close in bed in Amsterdam. “It’s stuck!” says Hazel as her shirt gets caught in her oxygen tube. “You’re so beautiful,” says Gus.

5. Gus wants to know Hazel’s real story, not her cancer story.

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In an extended scene from the first trailer in which he asks her for her “real story,” Gus asks for her weird fetishes, passions, and more. Hazel looks positively smitten.

6. Heart-wrenching closing voice-over from Hazel.

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At the end of the trailer, Hazel says that she knows that she doesn’t have a long time left, but it’s not over yet and she’s going to do all she can with the time she’s got. Truly amazing emotion from Shailene Woodley, and may even push you over the edge into sobbing territory.

Are you excited to see the new trailer?

It’s currently in theaters before The Other Woman!

Kimmy is a 22 year old nerdfighter and artist who is the founder and editor-in-chief of Page to Premiere. When she's not writing about books and movies here or on her Hunger Games site called, she loves creating original content at her magazine and production company JØLVIE, manically Tumblr-ing, eating sushi, drinking Thai iced tea, and being lazy with her cat Rue! She hopes to be a published author one day. You can follow her on Twitter at @kimmymary.

  • Danielle Lowry

    I kind of cried just reading your synopsis! Fuuuu this film will ruin me more than the book.
    Ps how was the Other Woman? It looks funny but I heard its bad. It reminds me of John Tucker must die for older people.

  • Atifah Munawar

    Reading this made me cry.

  • Katherine

    I keep saying this: Someone could throw the book at me and it wouldn’t nearly hurt as reading the book. I am expecting the Niagara falls to come out of my eyes when watching this movie. Towards the end of the book I had to stop reading several times, the letters on the book were all blurry because of the tears. Great book, my top 1 favorite. Can’t wait for the movie to come out in June, it’s going to be the end of me, but I’m really, really excited.

  • Lauren

    It’s curious to me that there are still no Van Houten moments. I guess they’re saving him for theaters. I think this’ll be a big hit. TFiOS will most likely (and I have 77% confidence in this) break some records at the box office…

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