#TFIOS Weekend: How to Get Movie Tickets & #Chicago Advanced Screening #Giveaway!

Advanced tickets to THE FAULT IN OUR STARS are now on sale!!! There are regular “midnight showings” for TFIOS starting at 9pm local time on June 5th across the country, and the movie opens generally on June 6th.

There’s also a special early screening on June 5th called The Night Before Our Stars. This advanced screening allowing fans to be the first to see the film as well as an exclusive live stream Q&A with Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff, as well as author John Green, director Joshua Boone and producer Wyck Godfrey that will follow the movie.

Attendees of this screening will also get an exclusive poster and commemorative charm bracelet (pictured below).

The Night Before our Stars will take place on June 5th at 8:30pm Eastern / 7:30pm Central / 6:30pm Mountain / 5:30pm Pacific at theaters across the country.  Go to thefaultinourstarsmovie.com/thenightbeforeourstars to get your tickets to this once in a life time event or to any regular screening of the movie. 

Here are pics tweeted by AMC (left) and Regal (right) Theaters of the poster and bracelet to be given out at The Night Before our Stars.


We are SUPER excited to be giving away 15 sets of “admit 2” passes to the advanced screening of The Fault in our Stars movie in Chicago, IL.

Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. We will choose 15 winners and email them with the code and how to redeem it. Winners MUST have a valid email address, if the email is “return to sender” then we will pick another winner.

Screening Details:
Tuesday, June 3
7PM at Kerasotes Showplace ICON – Chicago, IL

Further details will be included on the pass. 
Only people with passes will be admitted into the screening, so be on the look out around for more chances to win, generally radio stations and other movie blogs and web pages will have chances to win. 

The Rules:
This giveaway is open to US only. The passes are for a Chicago screening of The Fault in our Stars. This giveaway is JUST for passes, winner is responsible for travel and accommodations, so be sure you live within reasonable travel distance of the screening before entering. Winner must have or be willing to create a Gofobo.com account, this is how the passes are claimed. These passes do NOT give you automatic entry into the screening. From Gofobo.com: “Advance movie screenings are always overbooked to ensure the theater is full. Pass holders will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. Members of the press (newspapers, radio, television stations, etc.) will often be seated first.” Once pass is claimed, more tips for the screening will be included on the pass. All of our other standard rules apply

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The Extended Trailer:

Click HERE to watch the TFIOS playlist

TFIOS goes to Amsterdam:

Egging Scene:

Be on the lookout for more TV spots popping up all over your TV!

Not in the US and want to know when you can see The Fault in our Stars? 
Here’s the full list of world release dates. 
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  1. I want to see this movie so much because I fell in love with the book. It was both heartbreaking, tragically funny, and endearing all at once. I have seen the cast members in other films and have no doubt that they'll do the book justice. My friends and I have been counting down to the premiere date so an early screening would be amazing. I actually really want to see the Dutch picnic scene.


  2. I want to see this movie because this book means so much to me. Hazel and Gus's relationship is like none other, and their struggles and joys are so unimaginable and yet relatable at the same time. While I'm also dreading it, I most want to see Gus's first funeral because I know it will move me incredibly.


  3. I want to see this film because it looks like an awesome movie something for everyone. I really want to attend this screening to see a book turned into a movie. That actresses/actors that play in the film have done well in other movies.


  4. This was such a great book. My daughter wouldn't stop talking about it until I read it. I would love to take her to the screening. It was a genuinely beautiful story full of tears and laughter. I'm excited to see the scenes involving the Amsterdam trip.


  5. I want to see TFIOS early because being one of the first to see one of my favorite books come to life on the screen would be amazing. I love The Fault in Our Stars. It is such a meaningful and beautiful. It hurts to read but I read it constantly. I'm most excited to the prefuneral. The scene was really painful to read but it was also really beautiful.


  6. I love TFIOS! It's such a special book to me so I would love to attend a early screening! The book is filled with so any quotes and themes that are special to me. I'm excited to see Hazel and Gus in Amsterdam!


  7. This movie is like no other. I want to see The Fault In Our Stars because it simply looks so great and inspiring. I loved the book, and as a fan of John Green its amazing seeing a piece of his work become art. I can't wait in seeing Shailene Woodly and Ansel Elgort become these amazing characters.


  8. I've been waiting for this movie since the book came out and I know it'll be amazing because the book, the cast, and basically everything are so great. I'm excited to watch the part when they're in Amsterdam, and every time they quote the book!


  9. I want to see tfios early because I read the book two years ago, I can't wait another day! I love this book for its realness. John Green makes all of his characters believable and that's an aspect I really love about his writing. I'm excited to see the movie in its entirety, but I'm nervous for the scene with Gus and Hazel in the car. Gus goes out at night to but cigarettes by himself, and whoa, that was a scary moment for me. I'll probably ball my eyes out during that scene.


  10. I would love to attend the TFIOS screening so that I could share with my friends how amazing the movie is! I love how realistic the characters are and I'm most excited to see the trip to Amsterdam!


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