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The Fault in Our Stars: Atlanta Screening Passes

The Fault in Our Stars: Atlanta Screening Passes

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Live in Atlanta? If so, we’ve got free movie screening passes for you for The Fault in Our Stars!

All you need to enter to win tickets is:

We have 10 “admit two” tickets to the screening! So get them while you can! If you’re a winner you will receive an email from us on June 2nd with a code to download your movie tickets. Available on a first come/first serve basis even with your pass! Arrive early to ensure admission if you are a winner.

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Screening Info:
June 3rd, 2014
AMC Parkway Pointe
7:30PM

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Movie Info:

Hazel and Gus are two extraordinary teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them — and us – on an unforgettable journey. Their relationship is all the more miraculous, given that they met and fell in love at a cancer support group. THE FAULT IN OUR STARS, based upon the number-one bestselling novel by John Green, explores the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love.

Release Date:
June 6, 2014

Rating:
PG-13

Trailer:

Emma Loggins Emma Loggins is the Editor in Chief of FanBolt. She updates daily on the latest entertainment news, her opinions on current happenings in the media, screening/filming opportunities, inside scoops and more.  She’s been writing on the world of geekdom and pop culture since 2002!

Comment(30)

  1. PLEASE LET THIS BE A PART OF MY LITTLE INFINITY!!!!! I would be beyond blessed to win these tickets. Thank you. “Ok.” 🙂

  2. I am so excited to see this movie! I would love to attend the screening!! My best friend and I have been talking about this for weeks! I would love to take her with me!! Please pick me!!

  3. The Fault in Our Stars is one of the first books I felt I truly connected to and fell in love with. John Green writes about more than a love story. This novel is about love, loss, and fear of the future. I am so excited for this movie to come out and finally see this beautiful work come to life on screen.

  4. I fell in love with this book the way you fall asleep. Slowly, then all at once. This book was/is beyond amazing and John Green is a brilliant man. This movie represent all I want in life. My own little moments of infinity with someone who I love. I am beyond thrilled that this movie is being released and would be absolutely stoked to see an already earlier premiere! Thank you for this opportunity.

  5. I really want to watch this. I love Gus and Hazel. Their love is one which isn’t common in today’s world. I want to find my 17 year old guy with one leg. Who’ll fall in the way I sleep, slowly and then all at once. These tickets would mean the world to me. I really liked the book and can’t wait for the movie. I am dying to see this book given life. It would be a once in a lifetime experience.

  6. [email protected] says:

    I WANT TO SEE THIS MOVIE SO BAD! this is my favorite book of all time, it would mean the world to me if i could win these tickets for me and my best friend(who also adores the book) please please please

  7. John Green is the best author ever. I cant wait to see this movie and seeing it June 3rd would be even better!

  8. I would absolutely love the opportunity to win tickets to the screening! I fell in love with the novel and the characters and the entire plot of the story. I cried more than I ever have before in a book but it made me value what I have. Love this book and John Green!!

  9. I am a 24 year old who shamelessly loves YA novels, and The Fault in our Stars is no exception. I squeeled with joy when I found out they were making this John Green novel into a movie! And then I shed a tear remembering how distraught I was at the end of the book… I’ve got my husband and tissue box ready to see this movie!

  10. I loved the book and I would love to see the movie before I go to New York on June 4th this would mean so much.

  11. The Fault In Our Stars is by far my favorite book. When I first read the book, I cried SO many times and then watched the trailer and cried every time Augustus came on the screen for reasons that I feel we all know about. Ever since I heard about this film, I have been so excited! My friend and I constantly joke around about how we’ll be bringing a tissue box to the movie theater with us. When I was still in school this previous week, I wrote an English paper on the book being turned into a movie. I even did extra chores in order to download the soundtrack the very day it came out. Doing this also would literally mean so much to me. LETS GO TO AMSTERDAM!!

  12. Hi im Jenny & im 13 .I enjoyed reading The Fault In Our stars it was a very sad and loving story. It made me cry through out the book.It has been one of the best books ive read all year, and I would like to win 2 screening tickets to go with my mom, since I couldnt go to tenesse .please pick me it would mean so much if.I could go to the screening .

  13. I want to see this movie so badly. I read the book a really long time ago, before it became “popular”. I remember that as soon as I finished it, I just went and read it again. Basically, this book meant and still means a whole lot to me, and I’m super excited to see the on-screen adaptation. I really am expecting it to be amazing!

  14. What a wonderful book! I can’t wait to see the movie! As a HS English teacher, I recommended this to all my students. It is one of the best YAL books this year!

  15. I bought the book today and I’m already consumed. I can’t wait for the movie and to drag my bf with. John Green<3

  16. I just finished reading this book back in April. I was so inspired. This book truly shows how even though we always believe it, teens aren’t invincible. It completely embodied the “live life to the fullest” mentality.

  17. I read this book about a year ago when I stumbled across John Green. I read all of his books but when I read the Fault in Our Stars I never felt so inspired and so emotional. This book melted my heart. It gave me a different point of view and touched me in every emotional aspect. I never thought how a book can just change my life. It gave me a message that when you have such a short period of life, you want to enjoy it as much as possible and not think of the bad things in life because life is just too short. It also showed me that one person can change the way you view your life and bring joy and happiness to you. John Green did a great job on this book and I feel that the movie is just going to be just as great. I would love to see the movie to see how much the movie potrayed the book and the different flares that the movie have to offer. It would mean alot to me to see the screening!

  18. This book is hands down one of my favorite book EVER. I read this book about some months ago and I couldn’t put it down. I like how the book is just not about people with sickness but it’s about living in the moment and enjoying life. I have never been so emotional while reading a book and when I saw the trailer I was so excited. I watched the trailer at least 50 times (I’m not even lying). I would love to see the book come to life and I know the movie will be as beautiful as the book. It will make me very happy if I get to go to the screening. thank you 🙂

  19. Was so moved by this book, I threw it across the room out of sheer emotion when I completed it. I would absolutely love to see this movie! It would make the mark on my wall from where the book hit a little less bitter.

  20. i want to see it soooo much! i saw the divergent early screening and it’d be a dream of mine to see this one! Make the world a wish granting factory? 😉

  21. My name is Ansley, and I would love to go see this movie with my best friend. We have been so excited to see the movie since they announced that it was going to be made. It would be sooooo great to be one of the first to see it and all of its perfection!

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