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Watch: 'SNL' Gives 'The Fault in Our Stars' a Timely, Infectious Sequel "Sometimes the most contagious disease is love." Following last week's trailer for all the wackiness that Marvel has in store for audiences, "Saturday Night Live" has taken aim at sequelizing this past summer's tear-jerking sequel The Fault in Our Stars. Taking a cue from the headline-making arrival of ebola in the United States, the sequel shows that romance has a little more trouble this time overcoming another incurable disease. Sarah Silverman (who hosted last weekend's episode) is adorable in the Shailene Woodley role, and this is just a fun, timely parody.

‘The Fault in Our Stars’ Will Be Remade as a Bollywood Film in India Love is a universal language, but it's a lot more lucrative in the native tongue. Now that the American film adaptation of John Green‘s YA novel “The Fault in Our Stars” has earned $263 million worldwide and causing at least that many tears, it will be remade specifically for Indian audiences, it was announced on Wednesday. See photo: ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ Premiere: Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, John Green Hit the Red Carpet “The story resonates with the emotions of today's youth and has found universal appeal,” Vijay Singh, the CEO of Fox

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