Fans are going to get a closer look into Cara Delevingne's life with a new documentary titled The Cara Project.
Variety has confirmed that Revolver Entertainment has acquired the documentary, which is set to look into Delevingne's transition from a model to an actress, a career move which has seen her land major roles in the films Paper Towns, Pan and Suicide Squad.
Delevingne is also a fascinating public figure for several other reasons however. Here are three things we hope to see discussed in the documentary:
Her Personal Life Before Fame
Delevingne has previously opened up about growing up with her family, where her mother, Pandora relapsed several times with a heroin addiction, and has also been vocal about being from an upper-class family(she grew up with her mother, father, Charles, and sisters, Chloe and Poppy). It would be interesting to learn a little more about how her family background influenced her career, and her rise to fame.
What Led To The Career Change
Delevingne rose to fame as a go-to model for numerous campaigns, becoming one of the faces of campaigns for and walking in shows for Burberry, Mulberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Jason Wu, Chanel, Rag & Bone, Thakoon, Donna Karan, Tory Burch, Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Fendi, Moschino, Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs, Marchesa, and Victoria's Secret, among several others. But she has mostly left that world behind now, focusing instead on her movie career. It'll be interesting to learn more about that transition, which is likely to be something that is revealed, since it is the main focus of the film.
Her Love Life
As fascinating as her career has been however, the thing that many love to know about Delevingne the most is her love life. She still hasn't officially labeled herself, though she's been involved with both men and women, with two of her most high-profile relationships being with actress Michelle Rodriguez in 2014, and musician St. Vincent (real name Annie Clark) until 2016. Being open about her love life and relationships could be a great way for Delevingne to help others who may still struggle with their own sexual identities, helping transform her into an icon for those fans.