"Paper Towns" picks apart the idea of the "manic pixie dream girl" (a term coined by critic Nathan Rabin, who recently apologized for its existence) -- zeroing in on a boy named Quentin's obsession with free spirit Margo Roth Spiegelman.
Former childhood friends, the two occupy separate social spheres until Margo plucks Quentin from smart-boy obscurity to go on a night-long mission of revenge against an ex-boyfriend who cheated and some wayward friends.
Caption: Nat Wolff and Miranda Cosgrove were believed to be an item.
Before rising to fame with “The Fault in our Stars,” the 22 years old actor dated some of the excellent actresses and the number one in the list would be “School of Rock” star Miranda Cosgrove.
In the upcoming film "Paper Towns," Nat Wolff's character Quentin may be obsessed with Cara Delevingne's Margo Roth Spiegelman, but, in real life, the actor admits that he didn't initially know who Delevingne was.
"This is going to sound crazy, because she's the biggest super star in the world -- I had never heard of her," Wolff told MTV News.
Rumors even suggested that the two were having a baby, back then.
For her day on set as young mother Lisa London, Selena was dressed in 1930s garb, a simple cotton floral frock with buttons on the front and frilled sleeves befitting someone who lived in the rural areas of California, where the film is set.