‘Paper Towns’ includes a pretty great ‘The Fault in our Stars’ cameo

26 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cara Delevingne takes ‘joy ride’ from fashion to film.

Music supervisor Season Kent is responsible for two of summer’s hottest soundtracks: the sensual stripper anthems of “Magic Mike XXL” and the indie teen grooves in “Paper Towns.” She established herself as a pop influencer after assembling the soundtrack for “The Fault in Our Stars” last summer, which launched Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” into the stratosphere.In exclusive images seen by the Sunday Mirror, catwalk queen Cara struts her stuff with some hilarious dirty dancing on the tarmac in front of onlooking drivers.

Dressed in a short, red and white floral dress teamed with a pair of black sky-scraper sandals, Cara, 22, jumped out of her vehicle before deciding to launch into an impromptu routine. But stunned motorists got more than they bargained for when the London-born superstar began lifting her dress to flash members of her entourage, seemingly unaware of the onlooking motorists.

Looking like she was continuing the night before’s party, she even jumped onto the frame of the car before grinding against the door – sending midday Californian temperatures soaring even higher. She appears in four more films expected to be released this year, including ”Pan.” She plays DC Comics villain-slash-heroine Enchantress in the dark ”Suicide Squad,” out next summer, then co-stars with Dane DeHaan in director Luc Besson’s big-budget sci-fi film ”Valerian.” ”The whole thing has been a joy ride. I’ve always been a big fan of movies and music and buying soundtracks, and I was a big fan of “The OC” and “Dawson’s Creek” and all those kinds of shows. It’s just definitely slowing down and so I’m just happy to be doing this.” In ”Paper Towns,” adapted from John Green’s popular young adult novel, Delevingne plays the enigmatic Margo, who wrangles Wolff’s character into an all-night adventure, then disappears. ”Cara understands better than anyone I’ve ever know what it’s like to be Margo, what it’s like to have people project images onto you and not really know you,” said Green, an executive producer on the film. ”Margo is a character in the story who everybody’s paying attention to, but nobody’s ever listening to.

In the movie it’s never mentioned, Green even acknowledged it on YouTube, saying “no one was anxious to pay Sea World for the chance to give them good publicity.” In the book Radar is a very high level editor at a Wikipedia-like site called Omnictionary, and spends a considerable amount of time removing spam from entries. And I think that’s probably something Cara can also relate to.” Indeed, Delevingne says that while the promotional grind of releasing a movie isn’t so different from modeling – plenty of posing for photographers – she’s intrigued by the media megaphone provided by movie stardom. ”It’s a platform for me to be honest and to talk about issues and stuff that I think is important,” she said on the red carpet at a Los Angeles ”Paper Towns” screening attended by modeling friends Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Because the movies are completely different. “Fault” is heart-wrenching, and it’s such a love story, and “Paper Towns” is a mystery and a road trip. The first time I met John was after we finished “Fault.” I had dinner with him and they were prepping for “Paper Towns.” And he said, “Season, you know ‘Paper Towns’ is going to be all Mountain Goats songs.’” I said, “Oh. While her career has gone from strength to strength – and not just in the modelling world, as she is also tipped to be an award-winning actress – it’s her social life that has raised more eyebrows.

The car crash blows out a tire, so they have to wait for a few hours for help, during which time Radar and Angela have a very special moment together (read: have sex). But she then struck up a close friendship with new X Factor judge Rita Ora and the pair, who were often seen being ‘touchy feely’ with one another, prompted rumours that they were in a lesbian relationship by referring to one another as “wifey.” Cara said last week at the US premiere of Paper Towns, where she plays the lead role of Margo in the film adaptation of John Green’s novel: “Love is inspiring, true love comes in every form, whether it’s what you do, whether you love yourself…true love is one of the most important things…it’s what makes the world go round.” “And that scares me to death because I think I’m a whole bunch of crazy, and I always worry that a guy will walk away once he really, truly knows me.” Then they all confront her about her disappearance, Margo is kind of (read: really) mean to Lacey, everyone leaves except Quentin, and then the two duke it out over everything, including his obsession with her and idealization of her (they end up staying the night).

First, although Margo and Quentin still find the the dead guy at the beginning as kids and she says “all the strings in him broke,” she never repeats that as a teenager. I also loved “Empire Records.” I was hugely obsessed with that Toad the Wet Sprocket song “Crazy Life” I feel really fortunate to be able to work in so many different genres because I really have to keep up with new music.

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