If you have seen movies like Me Before You, The Fault In Our Stars and of course, Love, Rosie then you are in for a treat.
Everything, Everything is one such movie which has been adapted from a young-adult romantic book written by Nicola Yoon named by the same title. It’s just like John Greens - The Fault In Our Stars, Gayle Forman - If I Stay, and Jojo Moyes- Me Before You.
Before we explain everything, take a look at the first trailer of the film, Everything, Everything.
Now tell us doesn’t it leaves a cheeky smile on your face?
The unlikely love story tells the story of Maddy played by Amanda Stenberg, who is 18 years old and has to live within a hermetically sealed environment because of her illness. However, after moving into a new home with her mother played by Anika Noni Rose, she soon catches the gaze of her neighbor Olly Bright. Even though they have a wall between them, the two builds up romance, and Maddy's dreams finally become a reality. Also getting to the background score to the film. The second is what really grabbed our attention and made us feel like going out for an adventure. Don't you guys feel the same?
Maddie always longed of leaving her home, traveling the world, and falling in love. But of course, in the end, her illness kicks in and raises several issues.
By the looks of the trailer, ‘Everything Everything’ looks very promising and is sure to capture the young-adult audience. There is one thing for sure that we can’t wait to see what Maddie does to follow her heart. Also while we wonder if Maddie will be able to follow her heart, her caretaker, Carla played by Ana de la Reguera plays an important role in the film by being the cupid between Maddie and Olly.
Olly Bright is played by Nick Robinson who rose to fame from the American Rom-Com, Melissa & Joey and then was seen in films like The 5th Wave and Jurassic World. The film is directed by Stella Meghie from a screenplay she co-wrote with J. Mills Goodloe under big banners like MGM and Warner Bros.