'The Fault in Our Stars' Premieres a New Movie Trailer: Watch Shailene Woodley Talk to Her Parents About Pot

By Mitch Thorpe, Mstars News writer | Apr 28, 2014 03:49 PM EDT
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Get your tissues ready because a new trailer was just released for The Fault in Our Stars.

The film, based on the John Green novel of the same name, stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as Hazel and Augustus. Woodley plays terminally ill cancer patient Hazel who meets Elgort's character Gus, at a cancer support group. The plot of the movie centers around Hazel and Gus's relationship as they deal with their health issues and navigating their way through their feelings for one another.

The new trailer features the same beginning as the previous one but adds a few more humorous scenes including, the cigarette metaphor clip and Hazel's talk with her parents about pot.

Those few scenes however, didn't stop me from balling my eyes out while watching the trailer, which is packed with scenes that look like they will take us on an emotional roller coaster ride.

During the three minute trailer, we get introduced to some new characters including Hazel's parents, played by Laura Dern and Sam Trammell from HBO's True Blood, and Isaac played by Nat Wolff.

Fans of the book will be happy to see that Patrick's cheesy songs will be included in the film; a few can be seen in this trailer. Something else that fans of the book will be happy to see is how closely the dialogue sticks to the original material. I even got to hear my favorite quote from the book in the trailer, "I fell in love with him the way you fall asleep: Slowly, and then all at once," a voiceover done by Woodley that sent chills throughout my whole body.

Who else is super excited for this movie? Be sure to catch the film when it hits theaters on June 6.

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