The Fault in Our Stars Success: New Demographic or Ageism?


The Fault in Our Stars Success: New Demographic or Ageism?

With the success of The Fault in Our Stars staring studios in the face, it may be a case for aiming their future films to a new demographic although that may not be the only reason that the teenage weepy did so well, it could be ageism. Especially since the main competition was 51 year-old “action-man” star Tom Cruise. The older actor may be working very hard to stay in cinematic shape and he definitely looks younger in his latest science fiction re-spawning effort, Edge of Tomorrow, but teenage girls are not going to flock to his movie no matter how much he’s had done in terms of the old nip and tuck. If Cruise has had anything done at all.

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