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Paper Towns Trailer Has Landed


By IMAGE
20th Mar 2015
Paper Towns Trailer Has Landed

Get set for some teen angst like you’ve never seen it before. The trailer for Paper Towns, starring Cara Delevingne has landed. Fans of The Fault in our Stars are in for a treat as this too is a filmic adaptation of the best-selling book by the same author, John Green. Only this time, we won’t be drowning our sorrows in our tear-soaked popcorn; this is a teen comedy with a sensitive edge.

In it, Cara stars quite literally as the girl next door, Margo, who’s long been the object of Quentin, a high-school teenager’s desires. After just one night of frivolity together, in which Quentin thinks all of his Christmases have come at once, Margo is nowhere to be found. But she’s quite the trickster. Has she gone missing? Or has she set Quentin on a journey not only to find her but for life, love and those moments that make you feel truly alive. Yep, you can expect the corniness to continue.

Take a look below for a sneak peak of Cara in all her American-accented action.

@CarolineForan

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