On Tuesday, Cara attended the Chanel Show at the Paris Fashion Week, here are photos:
Today August 12th is miss Cara’ birthday!….On behalf of Cara Delevingne Web and all of her fans we wish Cara the most amazing birthday. If you are on Twitter be sure to tweet her your Happy Birthday messages @caradelevingne!
Cara Delevingne along with the Suicide Squad cast made a surprise appearance at the Comic-Con on Saturday to introduce a teaser trailer from the movie. Here’s the video and pictures.
Here’s the trailer someone recorded with a camera phone, you can see a few glimpses of Cara as Enchantress:
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 Taylor Swift BFF tour – better known as Swift’s 1989 tour – continued on Friday night, as Swift brought “Bad Blood” video co-stars Mariska Hargitay and Cara Delevingne out on stage during her Philadelphia show.
“Couldn’t even contain my happiness because @caradelevingne and @therealmariskahargitay surprised the crowd tonight,” Swift wrote on Instagram. As Swift has done previously, her friends came out during a performance of “Style.”
And from Taylor Instagram:
Last week Cara attended the Stella McCartney Spring 2016 Resort Presentation, where she rocked on vintage sunglasses. Here are some photos from the garden party:
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.
I’ve added scans from the Summer issue of Total Film magazine, which features an article on Suicide Squad:
Cara is featured on the May 29th issue of Entertainment Weekly where she talks about acting and the upcoming Paper Towns. Thanks Claudia for the scans!
One of next year’s most highly anticipated comic book adaptations is most definitely Suicide Squad. The film, about a group of villains who are tasked with secret missions by the government and starring Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto, is already garnering buzz thanks to photos released by director David Ayer and shots captured by paparazzi on location in Toronto.
Supermodel Cara Delevingne (Paper Towns) co-stars in the film as the magical Enchantress and says that it will be worth the wait for fans. “It’s f–king insane,” she says excitedly. “I’m not the biggest fan of superhero films. There are so f–king many. I love the Batmans but some of them I’m not that keen on. I’ve never been so excited to see a film and I’m actually in it. I wish I could tell you about it at all. The movie is going to be the best thing in the world. The camaraderie on set is insane.”
Suicide Squad hits theaters on August 5, 2016.
A brand new trailer for Paper Towns has been released. I’ve also updated the Paper Towns subpage with more Trailer & Caps.
You may not know her name, but chances are you’ve seen Cara Delevingne’s face. The 22-year-old London native has graced the pages of Vogue and shot campaigns for Chanel, Burberry and DKNY.
She’s equally ubiquitous on the Instagram accounts of Hollywood’s most famous females. Look, it’s Cara and Rihanna partying on New Year’s Eve in New York! Check out Cara making goofy faces with Taylor Swift at an awards show! See Cara celebrating her first American Thanksgiving with Kate Hudson!
“When I meet people, it’s either a really f—ing bright spark or it won’t go anywhere,” Delevingne says over green juice in SoHo. “I think that’s what happened with Kate—we literally met and we were like, ‘Oh my God! We need to hang out!’ She was like, ‘Come over for Thanksgiving.’” You may also know Delevingne from a video of Reese Witherspoon attempting to pronounce Delevingne’s name at last year’s Met Ball. “I got into a bit of trouble because it went so viral, but not from her—it was, like, people’s publicists,” she admits. “I was like, ‘I’m sorry. I thought it was amazing.’”
After this summer, it’s more likely that everyone will know how to pronounce Cara Delevingne’s name. (For the record, it’s Cah-ra Del-a-VEEN.) The model is starring in Paper Towns, based on the 2008 novel by John Green (The Fault in Our Stars). Delevingne plays charismatic high schooler Margo Roth Spiegelman, who is quietly crushed on by neighbor Quentin (Nat Wolff). When she disappears, an obsessed Quentin sets off on an adventure to find her. “I think John Green’s writing is so special,” says Delevingne. “It’s a teen film, but it’s not bubblegum-sugarcoated. It’s real and it’s delicious. With kids, sh– doesn’t always work out. People die of cancer. People get heartbroken.”
The author is just as enamored with Delevingne, whose most notable credit to date is a small role in 2012’s Anna Karenina. “One of the things I hope will come out of this movie is people seeing just how talented Cara is,” Green says. “She is just a firecracker!”
With an invite to the Met Ball and a cameo in Swift’s “Bad Blood” video, it’s hard to imagine Delevingne being envious of anyone else, but she says that she too fell under the spell of her Towns character. “When I watched the movie, I was like, ‘I want to be that girl,’” she admits. “She seems so cool and carefree.” Towns was shot in the fairly quiet city of Charlotte, North Carolina, but Delevingne says that actually inspired more cast activities. “We were all staying in the same apartment building,” she reveals. “I was like a mom on set. I arranged trips. I found this place with waterslides. I just planned stupid things.” Delevingne developed a particular fondness for her costar Wolff. “He’s f—ing lovely,” she says. “I wouldn’t have gotten the part without him. I think it was our chemistry that got us the part.”
This may be the world’s first real opportunity to see her as a lead actress, but Delevingne has wanted to perform since she was growing up in the U.K., the child of property developer Charles and socialite Pandora (and the goddaughter of Dynasty’s Joan Collins). Even as a little girl, “I liked to cause a reaction,” Delevingne says. “I just liked being different. My sisters were big girly girls, and I was like, ‘I wanna dress like a boy! I wanna be different. I wanna be naked.’ I was a very feral child.” She began modeling at the age of 17 and became a fixture on the fashion scene, now counting Karl Lagerfeld as one of her pals. (The designer will occasionally text Delevingne photos of his cat.) “Fashion people are crazy, and I love them because I’m crazy,” she says. “And it’s a great-paying job. I was really scared it was going to hinder what I was going to do in the future, but actually it’s kind of helped.”
As her fashion profile rose, Delevingne also developed a reputation in the British press for being somewhat of a party girl, a description that she both confirms and denies. “I wish I could go out more, but I work every day,” she says. “So it’s like when I get a chance to go out, I’m not going to not f—ing go out.” She balks at any kind of labels. Her Twitter bio states, “Stop labeling! Start living.” That openness has led to her being linked in the media to everyone from Harry Styles to Michelle Rodriguez. Now there are reports she’s dating indie rocker St. Vincent. She won’t comment on that but does say that she’s “super in love. Love is the best!”
The actress is currently shooting the comic-book film Suicide Squad, about a group of infamous villains drafted into service as black-ops spies. Will Smith stars as Deadshot and Jared Leto as the Joker; Delevingne plays the magical Enchantress. And she just signed on to a Luc Besson sci-fi movie with Dane DeHaan. As far as career paths go, Delevingne is aiming for the big leagues. “I wanna f—ing Meryl Streep it,” she says. “I don’t know if that’s possible. We’ll see.” What if Streep’s career isn’t doable? “Angelina Jolie. You know? Ex–party girl. [Now] hardworking.” Well, as long as she doesn’t have to be the ex–party girl just yet.
On Saturday, Cara Delevingne attended the Tag Heuer Party in Monaco, here are photos:
On Wednesday, Cara attended the Vanity Fair & Chanel Party at the 68th Cannes Film Festival, here are photos: