Updated 09:10 PM EST, Wed, Jan 20, 2021

'Paper Towns' Movie Trailer, Cast & Release Date: Watch Cara Delevigne in First Teaser Clip!

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The long-awaited "Paper Towns" trailer is here, and it looks like Cara Delevigne has more acting chops than people give her credit for.

The film, which was based upon the Young Adult novel of the same name by John Green, stars the model-turned-actress as Margo Roth Spiegelman and Nat Wolff as the boy who has longed for her since she moved to town, Quentin.

When Margo disappears the day after she appeared at Q's window and dead-set on executing pranks, he was left to decipher the series of vague clues that she left for him - clues that he hoped will help him find her.

This is not the first film that Delevigne starred in - she also acted alongside Keira Knightley in the 2012 adaptation of "Anna Karenina." Last year, she was cast as an investigative journalist in "Face of an Angel" which is a story based on the Amanda Knox murder case. She is also set to appear alongside Hugh Jackman in "Pan" and just recently, it was reported that she will be joining the cast of "Suicide Squad" as the Enchantress.

However, this is her first as the lead character and she seems to be playing herself, the New York Post noted, with Margo's rebel-without-a-cause attitude. However, John Green is happy with her playing the part.

Green previously told USA Today about his doubts in casting Delevigne for the part, and at first, did not want to consider her. However, he changed his mind when he saw her audition tape, saying that she "understood Margo in ways that no one I have ever met understands Margo."

While Green also wrote the book from which last year's hit teen romance film was adapted, "The Fault In Our Stars", he said that Margo and Q's story is very different from that of Hazel Grace and Augustus.

During the debut of the trailer in the "Today" show on Thursday, Green said about "Paper Towns": "It's a story about all kinds of love, not just romantic love, but also friendship and how special friendship can be with you're in high school."

He also added, "And it's much funnier than 'Fault In Our Stars."

"Paper Towns" is directed by Jake Schreier, with the screenplay penned by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber. John Green, who wrote the novel which the book is adapted from, also served as executive producer for the film, which will be in theaters on July 24.

Check out the Trailer:

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