‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Cast & Rumors: Has Cara Delvingne Been Cast as Leila …
April 13, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
As skeleton continue to reveal for a supplement of a unequivocally renouned “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie, fans of a E.L. James trilogy of amorous adore novels will be happy to learn a new character, Leila Williams, could have potentially been cast.
Williams is introduced in James’ second novel “Fifty Shades Darker,” that is set to be expelled as a film in 2017. According to Venture Capital Post, Cara Delevingne has been selected to play Williams, who in a novel is Christian Grey’s prior submissive. Grey, who is played by Irish actor Jamie Dornan, is returning for a sequels notwithstanding progressing rumors he would not return.
Delevingne, 22, is famous for creation a change from displaying to behaving in new years, appearing in several films. Venture Capital Post reports Delevingne has been expel as Williams; however, there have not been any central announcements by those concerned in a film.
Earlier this month, however, the Daily Star reported that James wants Delevingne to be expel for Williams’ role, meditative new blood will reanimate a franchise.
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“Cara is wowing in her opening in ‘Pan’ with Hugh Jackman and E.L. James loves a suspicion of her as a name being in a subsequent movie” a source said.
Delevingne has also starred in Michael Winterbottom’s film “Face of an Angel” on a life of American tyro Amanda Knox, suspected of murdering her college roommate in Italy. According to a Daily Mail, Winterbottom did not know who Delevigne was when he expel her for a role.
“I didn’t unequivocally know who Cara was, to be honest. Someone had told me who she was and we met her,” he said. “She had only got off an overnight moody from a Caribbean and she was full of appetite and she was impossibly extemporaneous and funny, and we suspicion she was ideal for a part.”
Aside from a abovementioned roles, she stars in a film reconstitute of John Green’s novel “Paper Towns.” However, starring in a film formed on James’ novels is utterly opposite than being in one created by John Green.