The latest glimpse at the feature adaptation of John Green’s novel The Fault in our Stars follows a similar trend as the previous two images in showing stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort — playing Hazel and Gus respectively — taking a moment to appreciate each others company affectionately.
The Fault in our Stars centers on Hazel, a terminally ill teen who meets Gus at a support group for kids fighting cancer. The above image comes to us from EW and shows Hazel and Gus sharing a moment at the Anne Frank house during their trip to Amsterdam. As the site points out, Gus used his Make a Wish to take Hazel to Amsterdam so they could track down her favorite author. During the trip, they visit Anne Frank’s house and share a very memorable romantic moment.
This is actually the second look at Amsterdam we’ve seen from the film. Just the other day, we shared Elgort’s Instagram post, which showed off an adorable image of Gus and Hazel cuddled up together on a park bench.
And here’s the previously released poster, which depicts Hazel and Gus laying in the grass together, looking as content as can be with their faces close together…
Elgort and Woodley are both keeping busy with feature work these days. Building a name for herself on the small screen in shows like The O.C., Crossing Jordan and the lead role in The Secret Life of the American Teenager on ABC Family. She showed off her talent even further, playing the role of Alexandra King in The Descendants. But her rise to fame seems to be on a steeper incline since she started taking roles in adaptations of popular books. Last year, it was the part of Aimee in The Spectacular Now, and in 2014, she has Divergent due out in March —and the two films that follow it, lined up for 2015 and 2016 — not to mention The Fault in our Stars, due out June 6.
As for Elgort, his ascent has been much quicker, as his small list of credits are all big roles in major motion pictures, starting with the part of Tommy Ross in Carrie, followed by two roles that link him with Woodley, Divergent being the first one — he plays her brother Caleb in the film — and The Fault in our Stars. Lined up beyond that, he’ll be linked with Woodley’s Descendants co-star Judy Greer in Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children.
Suffice to say, both Elgort and Woodley's stars are on the rise, and hopefully The Fault in Our Stars will be a great demonstration of their talent.