John Green, author of "The Fault in Our Stars," poses during an interview in New York on Monday, June 2, 2014. The book has been adapted into a feature film starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
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It's the first of Green's best-selling books to go Hollywood after he was won over by the script's dedication to his characters in the clutches of adolescence. Oh, and it didn't hurt that one of the producers was a huge Liverpool soccer club fan like Green.Already a rock star among young readers, mostly of the teen girl variety, the Orlando, Florida-raised Green, the guy who looks straight out of central casting as Unassuming Writer, now walks red carpets, clowns on morning TV and banters with new BFF Nat Wolff and the movie's other young stars, Shailene Woodley and newcomer Ansel Elgort.So, can Green hold on to his mojo?Green doesn't love that term.Green was an early YouTuber.Until now, Green's off-the-page life has been exclusively small screen.This year, Green made Time magazine's list of the world's 100 most influential people.
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