Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff go medieval with their awards backstage at the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards held at The Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night (July 27).
The two The Fault In Our Stars actors picked up even more awards for Favorite Flick and Best On-Screen Couple (Ansel with Shailene Woodley).
Earlier, Ansel picked up the Fan Favorite Actor award as well.
Hosted by Kelly Osbourne, the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards will air Monday, July 28th @ 8PM ET/PT on the CW.
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Selena Gomez and Nat Wolff try to share a first kiss in the brand new trailer for their film, Behaving Badly.
Based on the book “While I’m Dead…Feed The Dog” by Ric Browd, the film follows teenager Rick Stevens (Wolff), has a crush on Nina Pennington (Gomez).
In between her ex-boyfriend Kevin (Austin Stowell) and his party loving sister (Ashley Rickards), they form a friendship and embark on a rock n’ roll journey together.
Also starring Heather Graham, Elisabeth Shue and Dylan McDermott, Behaving Badly will hit limited theaters on August 1st.
“Behaving Badly” Trailer
Nat Wolff just isn’t letting Ansel Elgort go.
The 19-year-old actor jumped on his 20-year-old co-star while meeting fans outside a special screening for their new film, The Fault In Our Stars, held at the Mayfair Hotel in London on Tuesday evening (June 17).
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“About to go do some interviews w @natandalex this is gonna b fun. I feel sorry for who ever is trying to interview us,” Ansel tweeted a few days earlier, sending out a fair warning to reporters. Ha!
Ansel and Nat were joined at the screening by co-star Laura Dern, Maisie Williams and Birdy.
Psst, did you see that Ansel was nominated for a Teen Choice Award?!
FYI: Nat is wearing Baldwin Denim.
Since The Fault in Our Stars made a whopping $48 million domestically during it’s opening weekend, it’s safe to say that we definitely haven’t seen the last of co-star Nat Wolff.
The 19-year-old recently chatted with Vulture about what it was like being the youngest person on a movie set, filming specific scenes and more.
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On projects where he might have been the youngest person on the set: I was in this movie Palo Alto earlier this year, and that along with Fault In Our Stars had a lot of teenagers. It was great. It reminded me of when I worked with my brother in Naked Brothers Band when I was younger. There’s a lot of fun and excitement because we’re all in the beginning stages of our careers. But it’s great working with experienced actors, too, because you learn a lot by watching them. There’s stuff that young actors won’t know until they’ve worked for that many years.
On filming that epic trophy scene: It was really cathartic. Before the first take, they told me five spots I was allowed to hit with the trophy, and then I waited two hours to shoot the scene. By the time we got to it, I smashed in all the wrong spots. At the end of a scene like that — especially that specific scene, which was hard to choreograph — I was just happy that we cracked it. It’s good to be able to expel some of my hidden rage.
On his connection with the book version of his upcoming film The Stand: I love it! I read it on an audiobook, which took, like, six years. But I liked it, because it almost felt like I was inside it. Obviously, I haven’t started doing the research for it yet, but I think it’s the best post-apocalyptic novel, and Josh is the perfect person to bring it to life: He’s such a huge Stephen King fan, and he’s great with actors and this is a big ensemble.
Nat Wolff enthusiastically holds up his swab kit while participating in DoSomething.org‘s Give a Spit about Cancer campaign!
The 19-year-old Fault in Our Stars actor is helping to get more young people on the national bone marrow donor registry, which in turns helps find a match for people with leukemia and different types of blood cancer.
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“I’m excited to partner with DoSomething.org to help encourage young people to swab their cheeks and sign up for the Be The Match registry. It’s easy and free, and could potentially save someone’s life,” Nat said in a statement.
Nat Wolff – Give a Spit About Cancer
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Shailene Woodley is moved to tears while screening her film The Fault in Our Stars premiere held at the Hollywood Regal Theater on Thursday evening (June 5) in Atlanta, Ga.
The 22-year-old actress was joined at the premiere by her co-stars Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff, who comforted her. Also at the premiere were Birdy and Nat‘s brother Alex, who all performed in front of the crowd.
The Fault In Our Stars is in theaters now and it is a real tearjerker. Be sure to bring the tissues to the theater with you!
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Nat Wolff stops by The Today Show in New York City on Thursday morning (June 5).
The 19-year-old actor/musician chatted with hosts Kathie Lee and Hoda about his new movie, The Fault in Our Stars.
“I was the guy who gave this script to the director [Josh Boone] and told him he has to get this. He told me that he was never going to get it and [when casting came around] he just owed me,” he joked about how he landed the part of Isaac.
Check out the rest of Nat‘s interview below and be sure to see the movie, out TOMORROW!