Cara Delevingne to star in Tulip Fever and Pan

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 25 April 2014
Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne has been cast in Justin Chadwick-directed 'Tulip Fever' where she will play Henrietta and has a "small role" in 'Pan'

Cara Delevingne is in talks for 'Tulip Fever' and 'Pan'.

The model is set to take on the role of Henrietta in the forthcoming Justin Chadwick-directed romance and will star opposite Dane DeHaan and Alicia Vikander, reports

The 21-year-old beauty has also landed a "small role" in the latest re-working of J.M. Barrie's children's classic Peter Pan where she will join Garret Hedlund, who has been offered the part of Captain Hook while Hugh Jackman will play the villainous Captain Blackbeard.

Meanwhile, it has been announced that Amanda Seyfried is the latest A-Lister to join the star-studded cast and she will play Mary.

The story looks into the origins of Pan, an orphan who is taken to the magical world of Neverland where he goes into battle against the evil pirates and becomes a hero among the natives.

Delevingne made her movie debut as Princess Sorokina in 2012 romantic drama 'Anna Karenina' and last year she was cast as a party girl in British flick 'Kids in Love', a drama about a group of teenagers who enjoy crazy nights out in London, boozing till the early hours of the morning, and taking drugs.


  • 2 stars
  • 2015
  • 1h 51min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Joe Wright
  • Cast: Levi Miller, Rooney Mara, Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund
  • UK release: 17 July 2015

Peter (Miller) is a 12 year old orphan living in London during the Blitz when he's snatched away to Neverland by pirates acting on behalf of Blackbeard (Jackman). Messy, pantomimish and full of incongruous ideas; the spirited and likeable Miller is the only thing about it worth watching.

Tulip Fever

  • 2015
  • US
  • Directed by: Justin Chadwick
  • Cast: Dane DeHaan, Christoph Waltz, Jack O'Connell, Judi Dench

A 17th century painter commisioned to paint a young woman soon finds himself falling for his subject.

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