‘Paper Towns’ Nat Wolff says Cara Delevingne is ‘the scariest driver I have …

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‘Paper Towns’ Nat Wolff says Cara Delevingne is ‘the scariest driver I have ever seen’.

Just to lay it all out. As Lily flashed the flesh in a revealing black dress, Halston, 22, was no angel in a pure white gown that featured a very low-cut neckline at the New York event.Cara Delevingne is trading the runway for the big screen, starring in her first major role in the film adaption of John Green’s coming-of-age novel Paper Towns. Teenage fans of John Green’s book had lined up at AMC Loews Lincoln Square starting at 6 a.m. to get a glimpse of the film’s stars, or possibly be awarded with a ticket to the movie (roughly 150 of the early risers were let inside). “I read the book of ‘Paper Towns’ when I was on the set of ‘The Fault in Our Stars,’ and I had a lot of time on my hands, while Hazel and Gus were falling in love, being blind all day,” said Nat Wolff, who had the role of Quentin offered to him before there was a script or director attached. “It was my favorite of all of John’s books. Nat portrays an ambitious high school student named Quentin, whose neighbour Margo (Cara) – his adventurous and free spirited classmate – goes missing.

Appearing opposite of Nat Wolff’s Quentin Jacobsen (also known as Q), Delevingne plays the mysterious and adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman, Q’s neighbor and longtime crush, who suddenly disappears. While promoting the film, Halston recalled how author and executive producer John Green – who wrote the book the movie is based upon – conceptualized multifaceted high school characters. ‘Almost any other time when you go and see a high-school movie, you’re going to see a stereotypical character. The Hollywood Reporter caught up with the 22-year-old actress — whose upcoming film credits include Tulip Fever, London Fields, Kids in Love, Pan and Suicide Squad — to chat about her audition, meeting Green for the first time and the stars she admires most in the industry.

It was exciting to be involved early on.” The former Nickelodeon star said that he isn’t bothered by his new groupies (who stood behind barricades with signs that read “Get Lost” or “Get Found,” catch phrases from the film’s poster). “The weird thing about John Green fans, they are so respectful and intelligent,” Wolff said. “They are more mature than I am. I remember being extremely nervous and getting called back for the chemistry read with Nat, which was very surprising because I thought it didn’t go very well. He said he was never asked to wear the web-slinger’s costume in a test reading. “I didn’t audition,” Wolff said. “It just got reported a lot. My little cousin was the one who told me about that.” The film, which was directed by Jake Schreier, was written by “Fault’s” screenwriting duo of Michael H.

It’s the biggest gift to find a role like that at this age.’ Halston, whose previous credits include roles in Neighbors and Grown Ups 2, has a number of films in the pipeline, including the film Goosebumps, which will be released in the U.S. Weber and Scott Neustadter in just one month. “This is the most difficult adaptation that we ever worked on,” Weber said. “The book is very complex.” He said the casting of Wolff made it easier for him. “When Fox said they’re building this movie around Nat, we were like, ‘We’re in.’ We love Nat. There’s nothing he can’t do.” At the after-party at STW Midtown, Cara Delevingne danced with friends at a table in the back (with her girlfriend St. But again, I never really believe it’s happening until I’m actually on set shooting because there’s been so many times when a movie is going to happen and then it just falls through.

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