Here’s a video interview, via PopSugar:
Tag: Paper Towns
I’ve added the full interview of Cara Delevingne on Live with Kelly & Michael from Tuesday morning, thanks Holly for the video and caps.
Cara Delevingne and the cast of Paper Towns attended the New York Premiere for Paper Towns earlier tonight, here are over 350 HQ photos:
Cara Delevingne and the cast of Paper Towns attended the “Meet the Filmmakers” hosted by Apple today, here are photos:
I’ve added some clips of Cara’s interview on Live with Kelly & Michael this morning, thanks Monica! And also screen captures. I’ll try to get the full interview.
Yesterday, Cara Delevingne attended a special screening of Paper Towns in Los Angeles, hosted by WSJ Magazine And Forevermark, here are photos:
Cara Delevingne, along with John Green and the cast of Paper Towns attended Q&A and Live Concert in Los Angeles yesterday during the premiere of Paper Towns, here are photos:
Cara was in an interview for Australia’s Channel 10 “The Project” where she talks about acting, working hard and being a prankster:
The full episode is available on The Project’s website (but I think it’s blocked outside Australia).
Cara attended the Australia Premiere for Papers Towns earlier this Sunday in Sydney, here are photos from the Premiere:
Paper Towns review from Variety.
The title of “Paper Towns” refers to a trick that cartographers use to keep their maps from being copied by competitors. But it also describes, in a less literal sense, that brand of suburban disillusionment where everything and everyone in life seems phony, stifling and two-dimensional — a condition to which some sensitive teenagers can be especially susceptible. If it’s authenticity these young adults seek, they could do far worse than this second film drawn from a John Green bestseller (after last year’s hit “The Fault in Our Stars”): It may not subvert every cliche of the high-school romance genre, but director Jake Schreier’s coming-of-age dramedy nonetheless pulses with moving and melancholy moments as it follows a 17-year-old boy who spends an unforgettable night with the girl of his dreams, then decides to pursue her when she suddenly leaves town the next day.
Athough it shares several producers, a writing team (Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber) and an actor (Nat Wolff) with Josh Boone’s adaptation of “The Fault in Our Stars,” Schreier’s film seems unlikely to match its predecessor’s runaway commercial success ($307 million worldwide). Which is a bit of a shame, insofar as “Paper Towns” turns out to be the better movie — less tearjerking and more affecting, and populated by characters who are presented not as paragons of cancer-riddled virtue, but rather as flawed, ordinary young individuals who are touchingly vulnerable to the social pressures and sexual anxieties of contemporary teenage life. That’s true even of those who try to rise above (or sink below) it all, like Quentin Jacobson (Wolff), a high-school senior in Orlando, Fla., who has long since absorbed the perks of being a wallflower. He’s a good student, shy but not irredeemably awkward, and utterly disinterested in going to prom, unlike his two best friends, the smart, self-conscious Radar (Justice Smith) and the goofy, perpetually horny Ben (Austin Abrams).
The August 2015 issue of Total Film magazines bring a feature on Cara and Paper Towns:
Nat Wolff, Cara Delevingne, and John Green answer real questions from real nerdfighters. Topics discussed include Cara’s eyebrows, anger toward bubbles, Nat’s dream murders, unicorn hippos on treadmills in the Andes, and of course the riding of llamas.
Cara Delevingne attended a Photocall for Paper Towns in London today, photos below.
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And don’t forget to watch her tomorrow on The Graham Norton Show, a sneek peak below posted by @Schwarzenegger:
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) June 18, 2015
It’s for Paris! The French part of the press tour today stopped in Paris for a photocall. The trio, Cara Delevingne, Nat Wolff and John Green stepped out for the photos. Click the thumbs for more photos.
John Green was trying to get himself a picture with his wife, but was photobombed by Cara and Nat:
This Friday, June 19th, Cara will be on The Graham Norton Show:
On his sofa: he said he’d be back… the mighty Arnold Schwarzenegger returns, in Terminator Genisys; his co-star, Daenerys from Game of Thrones, Emilia Clarke; Oscar-nominated Jake Gyllenhaal, starring in sports drama Southpaw; model and actress Cara Delevingne, in new teen romance mystery Paper Towns; and music and chat from Tinie Tempah who performs Not Letting Go.
More info and showtimes on their website.
Cara Delevingne, John Green and Nat Wolff attended a Photocall for Paper Towns at Zoo Palast in Berlin today. Here are pictures.
Paper Towns is set to be released next month.
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:
Link to more pictures:
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.
The Paper Towns promotion is beginning, in the clip, Cara and her co-star Nat Wolff quiz each other with “would you rather questions” that cover a wide range of subjects. Watch the video below.