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Cara Delevingne's Landed A MAJOR Movie Role! Looks Like She'll Be Visiting Some Paper Towns!

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cara delevingne lands lead role john green movie paper towns

This is certainly some innnnnneresting casting!

With the success of the last John Green book-to-movie adaptation, The Fault in Our Stars, it's no surprise FOX has gone ahead with production on another of his novels, Paper Towns.

Well, some big casting news has been announced today and it turns out that none other than Cara Delevingne will be playing the lead role opposite Nat Wolff!

How exciting!

The model is no stranger to movies, having scored some minor roles, but this marks the first time she's landed a starring role in anything!

Which would be worrisome, however, John Green took to Twitter to sing the praises of the model/actress.

He said:

Even though Cara's got John's support, it seems she's getting mixed reviews from fans of the book.

We guess we'll just have to wait til the movie is released to see how well she'll do!

Good luck, gurl!

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5 comments to “Cara Delevingne's Landed A MAJOR Movie Role! Looks Like She'll Be Visiting Some Paper Towns!”

  1. erica says – reply to this


    i love cara so much omg but in the book margo was described as not the skinniest and with an average body and cara has the ultimate poster body and i don't know… i just had hope it would be someone relatable in image.

  2. Soupy Sales says – reply to this


    Re: erica – What are you, like 13?

  3. june says – reply to this

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  5. erica says – reply to this


    actually no, I'm someone who cares a lot about the book