'The Fault in Our Stars' was one of the big surprise hits of the summer, telling a heartbreaking love story between two young cancer patients. Despite that Very Serious Material, 'SNL' and guest host Sarah Silverman found a way to make fun of the movie and tie into current events. Thus was born the fake trailer for 'The Fault in Our Stars 2: The Ebola in Our Everything.'
The Fault in Our Stars
Ah, the summer. The time of the year where the box office is ruled by superhero movies, science fiction extravaganzas and, uh, slightly quirky cancer weepies. What? For reasons that will baffle some people, 'The Fault in Our Stars' effortlessly took the number one spot at the box office this weekend, gliding past its bigger, more expensive and more ferocious competition and making it look easy.
There's a lot to love about this clip, but the best part has to be its opening line -- 'Late Show' host David Letterman asking rising starlet Shailene Woodley, "and you eat clay?" as if he was asking her "and you're an animal lover?" or "and your favorite food is pizza?" So nonplussed. So weird.
The latest and extended 'The Fault in Our Stars' trailer has hit the web in all its heartwarming, tearjerking, pulling-at-your-heartstrings glory. In fact, if it were any more so, we would all be forced to hunker down with some Ben & Jerry's and a box of tissues and cry our eyes out. And this is just the trailer.
The first 'Fault in Our Stars' trailer has arrived, and if you're the emotionally vulnerable type, you may want to grab some tissues. Shailene Woodley seems to be making a career out of playing adorable, down-to-earth and highly relatable high school girls who get super real with teen boys, teaching them lessons about life and love -- but, like, in a really genuine, sweet, and heartbreaking way. It's like 'The Spectacular Now,' but replace alcoholism with terminal illness.