7 Must-Watch Movies of Ansel Elgort

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The Fault in Our Stars (2014) - Disney+ Hotstar

Directed by Josh Boone, this romantic drama is based on the bestselling novel by John Green. Ansel Elgort stars as Augustus Waters, a charming and philosophical teenager who falls in love with a fellow cancer patient, played by Shailene Woodley.

Baby Driver (2017) - Netflix

Directed by Edgar Wright in which Ansel Elgort plays the titular character, Baby, a talented getaway driver with exceptional driving skills. The film features stylish action sequences choreographed to music and a compelling story about redemption and love.

Divergent (2014) - Prime Video

A sci-fi action film set in a future society divided into factions based on personality traits. Ansel Elgort portrays Caleb Prior, the brother of the protagonist, who becomes embroiled in a conflict that threatens to unravel the fabric of society.

The Goldfinch (2019) - JioCinema

A drama film directed by John Crowley. Ansel Elgort stars as Theodore Decker, a young man haunted by the traumatic events of his past, including a terrorist attack at an art museum that alters the course of his life.

Jonathan (2018) - N/A

In this sci-fi drama directed by Bill Oliver, Ansel Elgort portrays two brothers who share the same body but lead separate lives. As Jonathan and John, they navigate the complexities of their unusual existence while trying to maintain a sense of normalcy.

November Criminals (2017) - Netflix

Ansel Elgort stars alongside Chloë Grace Moretz in this crime drama based on the novel by Sam Munson. Set in Washington, D.C., the film follows a high school student named Addison Schacht as he investigates the mysterious death of his classmate and friend.

West Side Story (2021) - Disney+ Hotstar

Ansel Elgort stars in Steven Spielberg's adaptation of the classic musical "West Side Story." Elgort portrays Tony, a former member of the Jets who falls in love with Maria, the sister of the leader of the rival gang, the Sharks.

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