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With the Looking for Alaska screen adaptation closer now than ever, YA author John Green conducted an impromptu AMA in the Nerdfighters subreddit last week. If you didn't have time to read through it all, or if you just don't want to, I have seven important takeaways from John Green's Looking for Alaska AMA for you to read below.
John Green fans got some fantastic news last week, when we learned that a Looking for Alaska limited series is currently in development over at Hulu. (Cue girlish screams from all of us who have been waiting 13 years — That's longer than Sirius Black was in Azkaban, y'all! — for this adaptation.) Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, who were the team behind The OC, will head up the Looking for Alaska adaptation. Schwartz, whom Green says "cared about the book before almost anyone else had even read it," has already written the pilot script, which got the seal of approval from Green himself.
Looking for Alaska fans have had 13 years to think about how they want their favorite scenes to show up on screen, and even the author has one moment in particular that he's excited to see in the adaptation. Keep reading below to find out what scene that is, and to learn the other important takeaways from John Green's Looking for Alaska AMA.