After he provided moviegoers with laughs during his turn in “The Fault in Our Stars,” the choice was obvious to producers who would star as the lead in teen lit scribe John Green’s next book-to-big-screen project.
“I got super lucky in that way,” Nat Wolff, 20, tells Made in Hollywood in this extended digital-extra interview of how he skipped the audition process for the starring role in “Paper Towns.” “I’m also horrible at auditioning. I’m a much better actor than auditioner.”
In “Paper Towns” he stars as Quentin, a high school student who reconnects with his neighbor and childhood friend Margo, played by Cara Delevingne. However, Margo mysteriously disappears, which prompts Quentin to lead his friend on a road trip to find her.
Supermodel turned budding actress Delevingne says their onscreen synchronicity was obvious during her audition process.
“They called me in for the chemistry read,” the Brit beauty tells Made in Hollywood. “I think we were both pretty nervous. We couldn’t stop speaking and had a good energy—a similar energy.”
“Paper Towns” is in theaters now. Watch the trailer below.