Cara Delevingne Talks About Typecasting, Fighting for Women's Roles to Be Better Written

"It's about how men perceive women and it's not accurate."

When Cara Delevingne got back into acting after her success as a model, the blonde beauty found that her roles were limited based on people's impression of her.

"As soon as I became a model, I was being sent typecasting roles as the stupid blonde who gets killed really quickly, or the sexy girlfriend, or whatever," she told Time Out. "Roles I would rather die than play."

But now that Delevingne is making her mark as a bona fide actress—with The Face of an Angel out now and what's sure to be a blockbuster hit, Paper Towns, out in July—the 22-year-old is hoping to change the industry just a little bit at a time.

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"Every movie I've done I've had to fight for lines and fight for point of view. Usually it's a male director, male producers. It's all very much a man's point of view," she said. "I speak up and say, 'Girls don't do that'. Or, 'That's not something a girl would say in that situation'. It's about how men perceive women and it's not accurate, and it annoys me!"

Cara Delevingne, just droppin' knowledge in Hollywood like nobody's business. *praise emoji*

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