Model-actress Cara Delevingne recently directed the video for Renee Rapp’s debut single ‘Pretty Girls’ and has decided she wants to challenge herself by moving on to feature films.
A source told 'The Sun' newspaper’s Bizarre column, “Cara has had a turbulent year but things are back on track now and she is throwing herself into work.”
“She is always looking for a new challenge and likes to turn her hand to different things. Now, she is keen to push herself as a director,” the source added, reports aceshowbiz.com.
“Cara has spoken to loads of people in the industry for tips and has lots of ideas about projects as a director.”
Meanwhile, earlier this year, Cara revealed she had spent time in rehab after the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown and her split with Ashley Benson caused her to spend time “wallowing, and partying". She told British 'Vogue', “I just had a complete existential crisis. All my sense of belonging, all my validation — my identity, everything — was so wrapped up in work.”
“And when that was gone, I felt like I had no purpose. I just wasn’t worth anything without work, and that was scary. Instead of taking the time to really learn something new or do something new, I got very wrapped up in misery, wallowing, and partying. It was a really sad time,” she added.
“If I continued to go down that road, I would have either ended up dead or, like, doing something really, really stupid.”
Speaking about the shocking pictures of herself outside a Los Angeles airport in September 2022 after returning from the Burning Man music festival, she said, “I hadn’t slept.”
“I was not okay. It’s heartbreaking because I thought I was having fun, but at some point it was like, okay, I don’t look well. You know, sometimes you need a reality check, so in a way those pictures were something to be grateful for.”