Movie Adaptation Of JOHN GREEN's ‘Turtles All The Way Down’ Has Found Its Director
Now that the film adaptation to John Green's best-selling novel Turtles All The Way Down has found its director, we could finally say that IT. IS. OFFICIALLY. HAPPENING. Hannah Marks—who boasts an incredible résumé at just 25 years old—was announced to helm the upcoming movie, making her the youngest female studio director in history.
🐢❤️ I’m honored to help tell the story of Aza Holmes, Davis Pickett, and Daisy Ramirez from @johngreenwritesbooks beautiful, personal, and heartbreaking novel. Thank you to @iaptaker and @bergernight for writing an incredible script and thank you to @isaacklausner @quixsilver @martybowen21 @erinsi @msaff @20thcenturyfox for being the BEST ❤️🐢 #TurtlesAllTheWayDown #BreakHeartsNotPromises #ThankYouAppleForTheTurtleEmoji
If you're unfamiliar with the masterpiece, Turtles All The Way Down centers on 16-year-old Aza Holmes' pursuit of the mystery behind the disappearance of billionaire Russel Pickett. Along the way, she falls in love with Russel Pickett's son, Davis.
Although there is no news on casting or when the team would start filming as of yet, anticipation is still definitely at an all-time high!
Meanwhile, two other works by the author of The Fault In Our Stars are being made into a film: Looking For Alaska, and Let It Snow—which he co-wrote with Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle.