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Get Weepy Over This New Peek at The Fault in Our Stars

So what if we are counting the days until The Fault in Our Stars comes out on June 6? So what if we're collecting all the pictures and TFIOS memorabilia and planning on adding this wonderful Entertainment Weekly cover to our stash? Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort look every bit the parts of Hazel (minus the oxygen apparatus) and Augustus on the magazine's May 16 issue.

"I tried to write the funniest, most honest love story I could about these kids who were living with a difficult disease. I never thought it would be popular," author John Green told EW. "I certainly never imagined it would be a movie." Also in the article, director Josh Boone admitted, "Shailene has become Hazel to me. Ansel has become Gus . . . The feeling I've had consistently is this deep weird joy." Ugh, we cannot wait to feel that deep weird joy.

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