Hazel Grace may want a ‘little bit of Infinity,’ but we know what infinity is. Infinity is exactly what the long wait for the premier of The Fault in Our Stars feels like. Thankfully, the makers of the movie have decided to ease our pain a bit with a TFIOS Live stream, featuring the film’s cast, book author John Green, and some of the artists who contributed to the soundtrack.
For the full Livestream watch the video below, it starts at 29.09
Hosted by the most fabulous YouTuber on the planet, Tyler Oakley, the live stream opens with a short introduction and then calls Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort to the stage. Without missing a beat, Oakley took a selfie with them and posted it on Instagram. He then proceeded to conduct a short interview with Ansel, who revealed his music producing and DJ background. With this in mind, Tyler asked Ansel about how important the soundtrack is to a movie.
"Ideally you want the movie to make you feel things," Ansel replied, "but the music should make you feel things too. When you watch the movie, the music should supplement it and without music I feel like you'd be missing something very important."
The musical guest stars from the soundtrack perform also made an appearance, including Charli XCX, Grouplove, and Birdy. To cap it all off, Ed Sheeran performed his new single, “All of The Stars” live, much to the delight of the audience.
Later Tyler also conducted a Q&A with Ansel, Shailene, and Nat Wolff (Isaac). At one point, Nat even asked the pair what it felt like going from playing brother and sister in Divergent to being boyfriend and girlfriend in The Fault in Our Stars.
“I’ve always wanted what it feels like to make out with my brother” Shailene joked. She also revealed what her character’s soundtrack would be. “I don’t know , the star wars theme-the star wars score, I don’t know Hazel would go with something different or epic or something really chill like the Barney theme song."
John Green also had a one-on-one with Tyler where they shared their experience in being YouTubers, and shared his thoughts on the book, the movie, and the cast.
The Fault in Our Stars hits theatre on June 6.
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