From the moment the trailer for “The Fault In Our Stars” was posted on January 29, it took less than two months for the clip to become the most “liked” movie trailer on YouTube. (FYI: With four days until the film’s nationwide release on June 6, the clip currently clocks in at over 19.7 million “likes” and 302K thumbs up.) In other words, the book has moved beyond being a YA must-read and evolved into a cross-generational, pop-culture sensation—and one that doesn’t involve vampires or werewolves, either. In fact, it’s about kids with cancer, so put that in your dystopian fiction pipe and smoke it.
For as much as fans and critics are obsessed with seeing how the relationship between lead characters Hazel Grace (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus (Ansel Elgort) develops on-screen, the supporting cast is not one to be underestimated. Case in point: Nat Wolff, who plays Isaac, a fellow member of the cancer patients’ support group. Though only 19, Wolff already has a pretty long acting resume, including scene-stealing appearances in movies like “Admission” and “Stuck In Love.” Plus, ever since he was 11, Wolff has performed with his younger brother, Alex; the two formed The Naked Brothers Band in 2005, which spawned a movie and TV series for Nickelodeon. (The duo currently performs under the name Nat & Alex and will release two new songs, “The Last Station” and “Blues,” on June 5.) Keep reading »