Cara Delevingne, Nat Wolff and John Green started the Paper Town promotion tour today with a Photocall in Madrid. Here are pictures and an article:
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Cara Delevingne, who stars in “Paper Towns,” the movie adaptation of John Green’s book of the same name, has opened up about the role she plays.
Speaking with Sugarscape, the model-actress shared that she thinks she has a lot of similarities with the character, Margo Spiegelman.
“I think the weird thing was, when I read the book and I read the script, there were a lot of stories and things that she had been through that I really recognized and identified with,” Delevingne explained. “And a lot of things in the script that she says, i’ve said before, which really freaked me out.”
Discussing the qualities she shares with the fictional character, the actress said, “She’s very impulsive, she lives on instinct quite a lot of the time, which is probably the main thing I feel like we share.”
Delevingne also shared that her co-star, Nat Wolff, helped her nail her audition.
“I think it was really Nat that helped me,” she said. “I think if it hadn’t been with him, I don’t think I would have got it because we just got on really well and we just spent the audition crying together.”
Speaking of the audition, the actress shared, “There was a lot of crying; [director] Jake [Schreier] was like, ‘just improvise,’ and we went off-script and just cried and got really real and emotional and I think that’s probably why, well I hope, [I got the part].”
The model also shared why she decided to take on acting jobs, saying, “You can take a break away from yourself and your head, and you lose yourself in another person and it’s beautiful because you forget about everything for a brief period of time.”
Delevingne had also previously talked to People magazine about her dream to work as an actress full time.
“I’ve always wanted to be an actress, more than anything in the world,” she said.
Check out Delevingne’s acting chops when “Paper Towns” movie hits theaters on July 24.