Delevingne eyed for Suicide Squad
Cara Delevingne is reportedly being considered for a role in comic book movie Suicide Squad.
The DC comic follows a group of super-villains, who team up for a government mission, and Tom Hardy and Will Smith are linked to star in the big screen spin-off.
Now sources at Warner Bros have told Latino Review that the studio is seriously considering the 22-year-old model for a role in the film, although which character is unknown.
Cara has won praise for her first major big screen acting role in Michael Winterbottom's The Face Of An Angel, a movie based on the Amanda Knox trial which has been doing the festival circuit.
Margot Robbie - who made a splash as Leonardo DiCaprio's love interest in The Wolf Of Wall Street - has been tipped for a part in the movie and Ryan Gosling's name has also come up as a possible member of the Suicide Squad cast.
Jesse Eisenberg may reprise his Lex Luthor role from Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice in the movie.
The movie will be directed by Fury's David Ayer, who is currently redrafting the script, and is expected to be released in 2016.