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.
Imagine 'A Walk to Remember,' only instead of Mandy Moore we're actually afforded a talented actress, and instead of one cancer-stricken teen trying to make the best of her situation, we also get her in-remission love interest as the two meet at a cancer support group. We told you -- heartwarming.
Shailene Woodley, one of the most lighthearted and adorable young actresses working today, is almost perfect in the leading role of Hazel, who encounters and quickly falls in love with the charming and super-positive Gus (up-and-comer Ansel Englort). Fans of HBO will also recognize Laura Dern of 'Enlightened' and Sam Trammell of 'True Blood' thrown in as adult presences, and Nat Wolff of 'Palo Alto' and 'Admission' is there in a supporting role.
'The Fault in Our Stars' is based on the best-selling book by John Green, and will hit theaters (and your hearts) starting June 6.