Despite backlash and industry doubts - we've witnessed Cara Delevingne go from fashion's It-model to Hollywood film star in just a short couple of years. And we'll soon be able to watch the whole story unfold, in a new documentary called The Cara Project.
Variety reports, the new doco will be based around the 24-year-old's transition from the modelling world to acting with a behind-the-scenes look into the life of Cara (we're hoping this includes girl squad hangs, Instagram selfies in action, and a Karl Lagerfeld cameo). While there are no specifics on the date release yet, we do know that Revolver Entertainment have acquired the rights to the film and it will be out on DVD within the coming months.
Cara recently starred in one of the biggest blockbuster hits of the year Suicide Squad, alongside famous pals Margot Robbie and Will Smith. And the British babe is about to feature in upcoming films Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and Tulip Fever next year.
Delevingne has had one hell of a year away from the big screen as well; scoring a lucrative beauty contract with Rimmel and becoming Puma's latest ambassador for the "Do You" campaign. So with documentary maker next on the list - we're beginning to think, what can't this chick do?