The Fault in Our Stars
Plus, Bastille and Eddie Izzard come together in Indy while Mike Epps posts prayerfully about Tracy Morgan’s critical condition after a car wreck.
Via @JoshuaOwen: "The saddest part of The Fault In Our Stars, was definitely when Augustus fell into the chocolate river and got sucked up into the tube. Sorry for the spoiler."
The film’s $48.2 million debut makes it easy to think the kids are all right, but a closer look at the numbers may reveal something troubling.
While the teen crowd obsesses rabidly over its favorite YA literary characters, its passion often burns out as quickly as a post-prom afterglow.
The wit and wisdom of Indy’s own “The Fault in Our Stars” author.
"I really like Indianapolis. I like living in a city where real people do real work. I love our friends here. I just went to the BMV, and it was almost pleasurable. It’s almost something I would choose to do on a Tuesday—to go get a driver's license."