The film adaptation of John Green’s Paper Towns is only a year away from hitting theaters.

Following the success of The Fault in Our Stars, the same creative team responsible for adapting the best-seller novel has quickly begun work on Paper Towns, another Green book. Screenwriters Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber have reportedly just finished writing the script. Wyck Godfrey will return to produce and author John Green himself will executive produce.

The movie, it was just revealed, will be released on July 31, 2015; roughly 14 months after Fault‘s release. The film will star Nat Wolff in the lead role of Quentin “Q” Jacobsen.

“It’s just such a soulful character and a funny book. I’m excited,” Wolff said it a recent interview. The screenwriters have talked before about how casting Nat while still on the set of Fault (where he played Isaac) allowed them to write the script specifically for the actor, something they had never been able to do before. “First of all, that is like the most exciting compliment I’ve ever gotten because those guys are such good writers. The fact that I’m the first actor that they’re writing for is really just unbelievable,” Wolff said.

With a mystery at its core, we are sure Paper Towns will make a great road movie, and we truly cannot wait to see the work this amazing crew does with another Green book.

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