Cara Delevingne’s ‘Paper Towns’ Movie Poster Revealed as Model Hits 10 Million Instagram Followers

Cara's American Accent
This is what Cara Delevingne sounds like in 'Paper Towns.'

Here’s your first look at Cara Delevingne in movie poster form for the upcoming adaptation of John Green’s Paper Towns:

Without spoiling the novel and from the look of this poster, it’s safe to say we won’t cry rivers for days like we did that other adaptation of another Green book, The Fault in Our Stars.

Get Lost. Get Found. Check out the brand new #PaperTowns poster!

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In Paper Towns, Delevingne plays the lead role of Margo (with an American accent) opposite Nat Wolff’s Quentin, aka. “Q.” The story follows Q’s search for his Margo, a childhood friend, after she goes missing in Orlando, Fla.

This is the British model’s first feature role on the big screen, following small parts in Anna Karenina (2012) and the thriller The Face of an Angel (2014). Delevingne is set to take on the role of Enchantress in the upcoming DC feature, Suicide Squad, along with Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Tom Hardy and Will Smith.  

In other Delevingne news, the 22-year-old just celebrated an Instagram milestone: 10 million followers. In honor of the occasion, the model, who just finished a packed Paris Fashion Week, posted the following gem:


And on Thursday, Delevingne posted a mini rant on her Twitter. But like most celebrity rants, the target remains a mystery:

John Green even weighed in on the matter:

Paper Towns opens July 24. The first trailer is due next week.