“I’ve done some bad movies,” Nat Wolff admits to ETonline. The
20-year-old former Nickelodeon star isn’t referring to Ashby, the dark comedy starring Mickey Rourke and Emma Roberts, or
the upcoming adaptation of John Green’s Paper
Towns. Those two films, much like last year’s summer hit, TheFault
in Our Stars, Wolff is proud of.
In fact, it was the success of that teen romance -- also an
adaptation of a popular Green novel -- that gave Wolff the opportunity to take
more control of his own career. While wrapping up production on The Fault in Our Stars, producer Marty
Bowen hinted at the possibility of doing Paper
Towns and Wolff made clear he was interested, even before a script was
Obviously, that film was an easy choice for Wolff: the leading role of a highly anticipated adaptation, produced by the same team as the first hit, and, later, co-starring Cara Delivingne, the somewhat controversial, but extremely popular fashion model and part-time actress.