a cara delevingne documentary is coming

'The Cara Project' will focus on her transition from the runway to the big screen.

by Hannah Ongley
Oct 19 2016, 10:13pm


At the grand old age of 24, Cara Delevingne has walked countless runways, accumulated 35 million Instagram followers, acted in a handful of high-budget movies, and sparked important debates about sexualitysexual harassment, and mental health. One assumes her impressive resumé is only going to grow — but it's apparently already enough for Cara to become the subject of a new documentary. Variety reports that a film called The Cara Project has just been picked up by Revolver Entertainment, and is set for a DVD/VOD release in the next few months. 

Plot-wise, The Cara Project will reportedly hone in on Cara's transition from the runway to the big screen via films including Suicide Squad, Pan, Paper Towns, and the upcoming Luc Besson sci-fi Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Hopefully this requires a dramatic reenactment of her exceptional performance on Good Morning Sacramento, which is well deserving of a spot on her IMDB page.


Text Hannah Ongley
Image via Instagram