Cara Delevingne just landed a major movie role
Major news for Cara Delevingne and her burgeoning acting career: She just landed the lead female role in the latest adaptation of a John Green book, Paper Towns.
Cara Delevigne's audition blew everyone away (including me!) and she understands Margo profoundly. I am so excited!- John Green (@realjohngreen) September 16, 2014
(I should probably learn how to spell Cara's surname at some point.)- John Green (@realjohngreen) September 16, 2014
Reported in Variety and confirmed on Twitter by Green himself, Delevingne will play Margo alongside actor Nat Woolf. Green's latest adaptation, The Fault in Our Stars, grossed $280 million worldwide - so a small time Fendi film this is not.
We were maybe just a tiny bit skeptical until we read this part: "The two leads grow apart - until the night he finds her at his bedroom window, dressed like a ninja." Dressed like a ninja, you say? We would have hired Delevingne just to see her act out this scene alone.
Delevingne's previous acting experience includes a line-free role in Anna Karenina, a made for TV drama called Timeless, and is currently in talks for a Beach Boys movie. No word on what this means for her music career.
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