After 2014’s much loved and sensationally hit film Fault in our Stars, the writer of the novel again teaming up for the new movie. The Temple Hill producers Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen got back together with Neustadter and Weber to work on Fox 2000’s adaptation of Green’s Paper Towns, which will hit theatres this summer.
Neustadter and Weber will write the screenplay for the film, which centers on a teen named Miles who goes to boarding school for his junior year. There, he meets a enigmatic student named Alaska and begins to fall for her.
Temple Hill, along with producing Green’s Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns, also produced The Maze Runner (and its upcoming sequel The Scorch Trials) and the latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation, The Longest Ride, hitting theaters on April 10.
This has been trending style from quiet along to make movies based on some novel. Fault in Our Stars, starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, earned a stunning $305.2 million worldwide. Fans of Green’s novel praised the adaptation for staying loyal to the book and for allowing Green to be closely involved with the adaptation.