Don’t get me wrong, I love Cara Delevingne as much as the next person. She’s sassy and goofy. She dated St. Vincent – that’s cool. I really dug that time she sprayed water guns at the paparazzi or that time she threw shade at those morning show hosts. I thought she was charming in Paper Towns even though her character was sort of an asshole. But that doesn’t mean that Cara Delevingne, a 24-year-old model-come-actress born into immense privilege, is a worthy subject for a documentary.
But alas, nothing should shock, upset or surprise anymore and the Cara Delevingne documentary, The Cara Project is set for release by Revolver Entertainment. According to Variety, the film will focus on Delevingne’s transition from model to actress; a transition which has hardly begun (she’s been in, like, four movies: Paper Towns, the unwatchable Suicide Squad and a couple you’ve probably never heard of unless you’re a diehard Delevingne fan).
If you wanna learn more about Delevingne’s path from riches to riches, gorgeous model to beautiful actress, peep her Wikipedia page or type her name into YouTube. A documentary is gratuitous and silly and let’s face it, I’ll probably watch it.