If The Fault in Our Stars was a tearful drama that sometimes made you laugh, Paper Towns — the newest film adaptation of a best-selling John Green novel — will be the opposite judging by its just-released trailer. A teen comedy with a sensitive side, Paper Towns stars Fault alum Nat Wolff as Quentin, a high-school senior with a serious crush on his neighbor Margo (Cara Delevingne). When the antics-prone Margo vanishes after recruiting him for a night of comical revenge against some of their classmates, Quentin makes it his mission to find her — and confronts some valuable lessons about love, friendship and empathy along the journey.
Written by the same team that adapted The Fault in Our Stars and directed by Jake Schreier, Paper Towns hits theaters July 24.
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