Reporting by Josh Horowitz.
Playing Isaac, he told MTV News, didn’t even occur to him while he was auditioning.
“I hadn’t really been thinking about that role, and once I got it, I was like, ’This is a deep role,’ ” he said.
To research the role, he met blind people to see how they acted and how they felt about not being able to see. In the end, he loved that Isaac was a funny character, “but there was an edge to him, to his reality.”
“The Fault In Our Stars” hits theaters June 6.