The long line that looped around corners inside the Regal Hollywood theater in Chamblee on Thursday night resembled a high school pep rally, as cheering teenagers held up signs showing their love for a new movie.
The young fans gathered for a Q&A event for the screening of The Fault In Our Stars with stars from the film.
The movie is about two teenage cancer patients who met at a support group and fell in love and is based on the young adult novel by John Green with the same name. Green was also at Thursday night's event to meet fans.
"This book is incredible. I read it about a year ago and I fell in love with it," said Martha-Ellen Storrs. "John Green is such a cool person, and the cast I feel have done just a great job portraying this book."
Opening weekend across the country for The Fault In Our Stars is Friday, June 6.
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