If Cara Delevingne keeps this up, we'll have to start calling her an actress/model instead of a model/actress.
The fashion world's resident wild child is being considered for a major role in director David Ayer's upcoming comic book blowout, Suicide Squad. According to Latino Review, Warner Bros. is seriously considering the fledgling actress for the juicy part of Harley Quinn, in what is shaping up to be DC Comics' answer to Marvel's runaway hit, Guardians of The Galaxy.
Suicide Squad follows a similar premise: A group of super villains are recruited to perform covert black-ops missions. Harley Quinn, of course, is the loyal accomplice and sometimes girlfriend of Batman nemesis, The Joker. To add fuel to the fire, Delevingne recently Instagrammed a mock-up of herself as Quinn, with the caption "Dress up time!!"
Other stars attached to the film include Margot Robbie, Will Smith, Tom Hardy, and Ryan Gosling, so Delevingne would find herself in some pretty heavy company. But, with upcoming roles in Michael Winterbottom's Amanda Knox biopic, The Face Of An Angel, and Joe Wright's Peter Pan adaptation, Pan, Cara D should have no problem holding her own.