John Green: Back To The Big Screen?

John Green: Back To The Big Screen?

John Green: Back To The Big Screen?

"That doesn't mean that there is definitely going to be a movie, but it means that there might be one", Green said.

Green first met box-office success with the 2014 movie adaptation of "The Fault in Our Stars", which racked up to $307 million worldwide.

Green addressed the news in a video uploaded to his YouTube channel vlogbrothers, which he runs with his brother, entrepreneur and educator Hank Green. They also turned Green's novel "Paper Towns" into a film which made $85.5 million.

He also joked to viewers that they could now flood him with casting suggestions for the movie. The book does belong to you, but I had to make this decision on behalf of it. The bestselling novel came out in mid-October and centers around a 16 year-old girl who suffers with obsessive compulsive disorder. When a local billionaire disappears, Aza and her friend Daisy set out to find the missing man. "If you care about the book, please know that I will try to listen to you throughout this process", he said.

Fox previously adapted Green's novels Paper Towns, starring Nat Wolff as Quentin "Q" Jacobsen and Cara Delevingne as Margo Roth Spiegelman, and The Fault in Our Stars, which featured Ansel Elgort as Augustus "Gus" Waters and Shailene Woodley as Hazel Grace Lancaster.

Temple Hill, which oversaw "Fault", is producing the film, with the company's Isaac Klausner and Marty Bowen leading the project.

The author, and Variety, are reporting that Fox has picked up the movie rights to the brand new book, which hit newsstands just a few months ago. Who would you like to see play Aza and Daisy in the film?