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Everything, Everything is in theaters May 19.

Cassiana Pozzi, entertainment editor

     The Fault in Our Stars and Me Before You fans expressed excitement on social media when a new trailer surfaced on Twitter. Everything, Everything is a new movie, based off a book by Nicola Yoon, about a teenage girl, Madeline, who is unable to go outside because of an immunodeficiency disease. A new boy moves in next door and she befriends him right away, his name is Olly. According to the trailer, she realizes that life is worth much more than being locked up in a house, so Olly takes her on an adventure, and upon an early request, she finally gets to see a beach. But within the small clip, there are complications with Madeline and her health and a scene shows her collapsing into Olly’s arms and then being rushed to a hospital. She is obviously brought home, back to her mother, where she has to continue her life in solitude and Olly continues to fight to see her again.

     The relationship between the two and the tragedy that is her health condition can be compared to recent popular movies, which brings in a large audience. Fans of If I Stay, The Spectacular Now, and The Vow will finally be given another movie to look forward to. While only the trailer is out now, the book is available at many stores so anyone can read up on the story before going to see it in theaters.

     Everything, Everything stars Amandla Stenberg, as Madeline, and Nick Robinson. Stenberg ad also played Rue in the Hunger Games and Nick Robinson who is most known for his character as Zach in Jurassic World. The movie is set to premiere on May 17.