October 10th, 2013: No, your eyes aren't deceiving you; Cara Delevingne is literally everywhere right now. Well, she hasn't really ever "left" per se, but she's still the model of the moment. Whatever it is she's doing, she's doing it right. So right, in fact, she's quickly becoming a movie muse.
A dreadlocked Delevingne popped up on make-up artist Sian Richards' Twitter last week announcing her role in the film adaptation of London Fields. News broke today that the model-slash-actress will likely star in yet another murder mystery after Fields finishes filming next month.
Michael Winterbottom's screen adaptation of the Amanda Knox saga, The Face of an Angel, is rumored to have Delevingne on the playbill. The story follows the life of Knox, from college student to murder suspect. Daniel Brühl is slated to play the lead, and Colin Firth's name is also floating around. London's Mirror broke the news, though the film's producers have not officially confirmed it. The jury's out on who Delevingne will play, but it likely won't be Knox, says the Mirror. Still, with a cameo in Anna Karenina and a supporting role in 2014's Kids in Love under her belt, Delevingne may be poised for a significant role. (The Telegraph)