Cara Delevingne may only be 24-years-old, but she’s already getting a documentary made about her life. According to Variety, Revolver Entertainment acquired the rights to the film – aptly titled The Cara Project - which will explore Cara’s transition from a model to actress.
'Amanda Knox'. 'Making A Murderer'. 'My Beautiful Broken Brain'…real-life scoops are definitely getting their fair share of screen time in 2016. Cara's 34 million Instagram followers are famililar with selfies of the star and her squad by now, but it seems fans will get a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like trading in the hottest runways for Hollywood.
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Cara’s silver screen career escalated when she bagged the lead role in 2015 teen romance, Paper Towns – followed up suitably with a part in superhero flick Suicide Squad this summer. Next up? A role, opposite her BFF Rihanna, in Luc Besson’s sci-fi thriller Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Pretty impressive.
While we can only wait for more details on the Lifetime-esque doc - set for a DVD/VOD release in the next few months – we’re hoping for some cameos from Taylor Swift and the gang. And, of course, for Cara to actually comment on the upcoming release. Watch this space.