In the FOXlight: Cara Delevingne, Nat Wolff and John Green Bring 'Paper Towns' to NYC

With a talented young cast and a script based on a best-selling novel, "Paper Towns" is sure to be the next big coming-of-age hit.

The film held its New York premiere on Tuesday, where lead actors Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff  walked the red carpet alongside director Jake Schreier and "Paper Towns" author John Green. And as always, FNC correspondent Michael Tammero was smack-dab in the middle, catching all the action.

"It's a mystery and a romance and a comedy about learning what love and friendship really mean," Green told Tammero of the film, which follows the story of a young man (Wolff) who travels across the country to track down his crush (Delevingne).

In addition to speaking with the star-studded cast, Tammero also got the chance to ask the real question on everybody's mind: How the heck do you pronounce Cara Delevingne's last name?

For the answer (and a peek at Delevingne herself), be sure to watch the video above.