We all have our favorites, but it seems like when it comes to Cara Delevingne, there are people and some fans who are still in doubt that she deserved the role that she had in the movie “Paper Towns.” How did she get the role again? Is it really because of her ground-breaking modeling career?
Though some book geeks and movie goers hates the portrayal of Delevingne in the movie adaptation of “Paper Towns” and thinks that she was just selected to play the role of Margo because she caused a lot of attention in her modeling career that could help the movie promotion—the author of the book himself, John Green says otherwise.
According to Green, Delevingne did not get the part of Margo because she’s a popular model or whatsoever! She’s successful in her craft, but it has nothing to do with her being cast as one of the important character in the movie “Paper Towns.”
The author and film director of the movie, Green, insists that the 23-year-old did not land a role because she was a former supermodel. In the film, Delevingne looks like a young lady. Her public persona was like Margo’s personality—both lady has a lot in common which other failed to notice. Not everybody knows Delevingne in person, according to Green—she’s a complicated girl, versatile, chic, talented and she is also very sensitive, which maybe a lot of people don’t see especially in public.
The 37-year-old, Green also added that Delevingne’s experience of popularity helped her to portray Margo and Margo’s emotions. We know that Margo is a popular kid in her school, based on the book, same goes with Delevingne who’s also popular in the modeling and acting industry.
Moreover, Green told the Observer newspaper that the young model-turned actress nailed Margo’s character and he is really impressed on how she portray the character.
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