Nat Wolff says that Cara Delevingne may be “hot” and “rich” but she is also very gifted. “She’s not an airhead model. She is so talented, ” Huff Post Teen reported.
The 20 year-old actor and singer-songwriter, who was brought up culturally Jewish, posed with 22 year-old pop singer Charli XCX (Charlotte Emma Aitchison) to jointly grace the cover of the June/July issue of Teen Vogue.
Wolf, who is starring in the coming-of-age mystery love story “Paper Towns, ” based on the book by John Green, was interviewed for Vogue by the book’s author.
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Charli XCX was interviewed for the issue by Jack Antonoff, the lead singer and songwriter of the Bleachers.
She revealed having felt anxious when she read about herself in the gossip papers and on the Internet “because I would take everything really, really personally. ” Nowadays, the singer says that she mostly shrugs off the “hideous and hilarious” reports, according to Huff Teen.
She told Antonoff that by the end of 2014 she became “genuinely” determined not to worry about what fans said about her. “I would always say I didn’t care in interviews, but I never really meant it. Then I wrote ‘Sucker, ‘ and I knew I wanted to make a pop record on my own terms and take risks with it, ” Huff Teen reported.
Wolff told Green that before helping to cast “Paper Towns” he had never heard of Delevingne. “And then she blew me away. She’s the only one who made me feel nervous, because she’s such a spontaneous actress.” He continued, “People think, ‘She’s so hot and so rich – how can she be talented?’ She’s not an airhead model. She is so talented.”
He told Vogue Teen that the cast got on splendidly off the set. “Weirdly, with this movie, everybody ended up being similar to their characters and somehow got close. We decided to all call each other by our character’s name, which is kind of hokey, ” Huff Teen reported.
Vogue called on celebrity photographer Scott Trindle to capture Wolff and Delevingne frolicking for the issue. In the movie, Delevingne plays the Jewish-sounding character Margo Roth Spiegelman.
“Paper Towns” is set for release on July 23, according to IMDb.