Cara Delevingne Gets Another Acting Role, In All Summer Long

21 August 2014 by

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Are we all ready for the advent of Cara Delevingne: the actress? If not, you better get ready. Because now that Cara has conquered the fashion world, she has Hollywood firmly in her sights. Here are five films that we can look forward to seeing Cara and her eyebrows in:

1. All Summer Long

Today it’s been reported that Cara has been cast as the lead in All Summer Long, a Beach Boys movie musical. And why not? Cara’s already mentioned that she’d like to have a singing career. Is there nothing she can’t do? Seriously, we fully expect to see her walking on water any day now.

2. Tulip Fever

Earlier this week film mogul Harvey Weinstein revealed that Harry Styles had turned down a role opposite Cara in her upcoming flick Tulip Fever. ‘The part ended up going to Matthew Morrison and let me tell you this, the very first scene he shot was one of him kissing Cara Delevingne’, the director said. Harry turning down a snog? Someone check his temperature.

3. Pan

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Cara’s been busy starring as a mermaid opposite Hugh Jackman in the forthcoming Peter Pan remake. And she’s taking her role very seriously – she’s reportedly underwent intense swimming lessons so that she can learn to swim like a real mermaid. Except, last time we checked, mermaids weren’t real.

4. Face of an Angel

Cara plays a British student in Michael Winterbottom’s Amanda Knox-inspired drama. Check out the trailer below:

5. London Fields

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And as if she wasn’t busy enough, Cara will also star alongside Amber Heard, Jim Sturgess and Billy Bob Thornton in this murder mystery based on Martin Amis’ book of the same name. Speaking to Grazia about her clutch of roles, Cara revealed that, ‘it wasn’t a conscious thing. I just suddenly got one movie and then another one and then another one.’


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