Is 'Me And Earl And The Dying Girl' The Next 'The Fault In Our Stars'?

Teen romance? Check. Terminal illness? Check. All the feels? *SOBS.*

If you were wild for that other movie about young love in the time of cancer, then here's some news from the Sundance Film Festival that should pique your interest: "Me & Earl & the Dying Girl," a new movie based on a YA novel about teen romance and terminal illness, is riding a wave of buzz out of snowy Utah and coming soon, probably, to a theater near you.

"Me & Earl & the Dying Girl" stars Thomas Mann, RJ Cyler, Olivia Cooke, and Nick Offerman (who brought the world to its knees two days ago, when he showed up to promote the film sans his signature mustache) in a film adaptation of the novel by Jesse Andrews, which tells the story of an intentionally anonymous teenage boy who befriends a classmate with cancer. According to Deadline, the movie is currently at the center of a bidding war by several major studios -- and according to Twitter, it's worth every one of the millions of dollars someone will pay to distribute it. Here's some of the buzz so far.

"Me & Earl & the Dying Girl" is currently screening at Sundance.