Nat Wolff is pleased that his latest film also encourages young people to read.Nat Wolff thinks The Fault in Our Stars fans are “intelligent”. The actor stars alongside Shailene Woodley in the romantic movie about two cancer-stricken teenagers who fall in love. He plays the part of Isaac, the best friend of Shailene’s onscreen love interest Gus.
There’s plenty of John Green to come. Okay? Okay.
Nat Wolff on The Fault in Our Stars, Being the Youngest Person on Set, and Breaking Trophies.
Author John Green may be celebrating the release of The Fault in Our Stars, but he is also currently keeping an eye on Paper Towns, his 2008 novel about a geeky high school senior’s search for the most popular girl, who disappeared on the eve of graduation. PHOTOS: ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ Premiere: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort Fete Love Amid Cancer in NYC
NEW YORK, June 4, 2014/ PRNewswire-USNewswire/— DoSomething.org, the largest organization for young people and social change, and Nat Wolff, star of “Palo Alto” and “The Fault in Our Stars,” announce they are joining forces for “Give a Spit,” a campaign that aims to get more young people to join the Be The Match Registry to help find matches for patients seeking a life-saving bone marrow match.
MTV News has the premiere of Nat & Alex Wolff’s new singles, Last Station and Rules.
Nat Wolff opens up about the tearjerker that’s expected to be a summer blockbuster
Preview and download Last Station + Rules - Single by Nat & Alex Wolff on iTunes.
"Egging" clip from The Fault in our Stars