Everyone deserves a great love story. But for seventeen-year old Simon Spier it’s a little more complicated: he’s yet to tell his family or friends he’s gay and he doesn’t actually know the identity of the anonymous classmate he’s fallen for online. Resolving both issues proves hilarious, terrifying and life-changing. Based on Becky Albertalli’s acclaimed novel, LOVE, SIMON is a funny and heartfelt coming-of-age story about the thrilling ride of finding yourself and falling in love.
In Theaters March 16, 2018
Talking love at first sight, crushes, Tinder, social media and their new movie “Everything Everything” with the adorable Nick Robinson and Amandla Stenberg. For more interview like this, please subscribe to my channel. And don’t forget to watch my behind the scenes interview vlogs here on my channel.
“It isn’t long until Warner Bros.’ #youngadult tearjerker Everything, Everything hits theaters, but that didn’t stop them from releasing both a brand new trailer and a poster to get us excited.
Based on the novel by Nicola Yoon, the film is directed by Stella Meghie and stars #HungerGames actress Amandla Stenberg and #JurassicWorld’s Nick Robinson. Stenberg portrays 18-year-old Maddie Whittier, who has severe combined immunodeficiency — and as a result is unable to leave her home. However, that all changes when she meets her new neighbor Olly Bright.”
I cannot wait to see this movie! I loved the book, the trailer looks amazing and both Nick and Amandla are perfect for the roles!
Everything, Everything opens on May 19, 2017!
People has released the first trailer for Nick’s upcoming film “Being Charlie.” You can watch it below!
In Being Charlie, Charlie Mills (Jurassic World’s Nick Robinson) finds love in the wrong place – and PEOPLE has your exclusive first look at the trailer.
Directed by The Princess Bride’s Rob Reiner, Being Charlie follows Charlie, a privileged and reckless 18-year-old with an addiction problem who breaks out of a rehab center. His father (Cary Elwes), worried about how his son’s issues will affect his campaign for governor, gives him an ultimatum: “You can either head back to treatment or live on the streets.”
So, Charlie accepts the offer and enters a new program run by Travis (Common), where he meets and falls for the similarly troubled Eva (Homeland’s Morgan Saylor). However, relationships are prohibited at the facility.
“Getting sober is a selfish thing,” says Common in the trailer. “You gotta help yourself first.”
Being Charlie was written by Reiner’s son Nick and Matt Elisofon, both of whom have spoken out about their past struggles with substance abuse. The movie draws on Rob and his wife’s struggle to help their son overcome his addiction.
Being Charlie, also starring Susan Misner (The Americans) and Devon Bostick (The 100), opens May 6.