The model of the moment, Cara Delevingne, lands the leading female character, Margo Roth, in the adaptation of the novel Paper Towns.
The next time we will see Cara‘s provocative look in motion won’t be in the new visual add of Burberry but on the big screen, playing the mysterious and popular girl Margo Ruth, in Paper Towns, John Green’s novel that chronicles a journey through a city whose reality is not reflected in any of the world’s maps or guides.
The adventure companion of the British beauty will be actor Nat Wolff , who plays Quentin in the movie, and the film adaptation was written by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, who also adapted The Fault In Our Stars script.
The action starts in a night when Quentin (Nat Wolff) helps Margo – the mysterious teen knows Quentin since they were children, but they’ve grown apart – to come up with a revenge plan regarding all the people she feels have hurt her, leading to the disappearance of the protagonist who’s enigma can only figure out her friend, based upon Margo’s literary secret and musical tastes.
This is the first time she will have a leading role, although we can see her as a mermaid in Pan, she is in talks to star in All Summer Long, and she might even pop up in Ben Stiller‘s Zoolander 2.