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John Green headed back to screen as Universal acquires 'Let It Snow'
John Green headed back to screen as Universal acquires 'Let It Snow'

When it rains, it pours — or in this case, when it snows. Universal has optioned the film rights to the young-adult short-story collection "Let It Snow," marking the latest John Green book to be snapped up for big-screen treatment. Green is the bestselling author of "The Fault in Our Stars," which became a breakout film for Fox this summer to the tune of $300 million worldwide, and of "Paper Towns," which is being adapted into a movie starring Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne (also at Fox). Green co-wrote "Let It Snow" with Maureen Johnson (the "Shades of London" and "Suite Scarlett" series) and Lauren Myracle...

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