It’s rare to see the successful transition of a full-time supermodel to professional, blockbusting actress. However, with films like Paper Towns, Pan, Kids in Love and Suicide Squad in her filmography, it seems that British model Cara Delevingne is making this transition rather smoothly. She is currently in the works of releasing her own documentary, titled The Cara Project, which will explore just how she pulls off this change from runway to film.
Cara Delevingne started her modeling journey when she first signed with Storm Model Management after she left school in 2009. From then on, along with her signature eyebrows and out-of-the-box personality, she made a name for herself modeling for big fashion houses such as Burberry, Mulberry, Dolce & Gabbana, and Jason Wu. She made her debut in acting when she made a minor appearance in the 2012 film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s novel, Anna Karenina. Her first major role was as the female lead Margo Roth Spiegelman in the film adaptation of the book by John Green, Paper Towns in 2015. Delevingne’s latest project was playing June Moone/Enchantress in the DC Comics movie, Suicide Squad, in which the film garnered a lot of mixed reviews from fans and casual viewers alike. In the coming year, the model/actress also has a few more films coming out such as London Fields, Tulip Fever and Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
According to Variety, The Cara Project has been acquired by Revolver Entertainment, and is scheduled to release on DVD in the coming months. It will also be offered for sale to broadcasters at Mipcom and AFM in November. So far, there aren’t many details regarding the contents of the film.