Cara Delevingne Carnival Row Amazon Prime Series
Cara Delevingne Wants To Take Us On A Brand New Magical Journey, and We're SO Ready, Girl
There's a new show on our radar and it's called... Carnival Row. The Amazon Prime series is set in a Victorian fantasy world, filled with mythological creatures whose homelands are under siege by humans. The series documents the growing animosity between humans and the indesirables. It does so by following a complex love story of sorts between a detective (Orlando Bloom) and a faerie (Cara Delevingne), who are simultaneously trying to combat a new threat to both humans and mythic alike - interesting stuff!
You might be wondering what these mythical creatures are... we'll let our favorite model turned actress, Cara Delevingne explain:
Got questions about our new neo-noir fantasy @CarnivalRow?— Prime Video UK (@primevideouk) July 2, 2019
Here's @CaraDelevingne with SOME of the answers. #CarnivalRow arrives 30th August on Prime Video pic.twitter.com/Emxa8XAyW7
Now that you have the rundown on the creatures, lets talk about the cast: Bloom and Delevingne lead the series as human detective Rycroft Philostrate and refugee faerie Vignette Stonemoss. While David Gyasi of Interstellar fame stars as Agreus, a wealthy faun. Karla Crome who you might recognize from Misfits plays Tourmaline, a faerie poet driven from her homeland, while Mad Men and Chernobyl star Jared Harris plays Absalom Breakspear - the imperious and secretive Chancellor of the Burgue.
Carnival Row isn't the first fantasy series that Cara has been a part of. The 26-year-old has starred in Suicide Squad as the main antagonist, The Enchantress, she also portrayed Laureline, a peasant girl turned Spatio-Temporal agent in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. She's also played a mermaid in the 2015 rendition of Pan.
The show is set to grace our small screens on Aug 30 so, be sure to subscribe to Amazon Prime to watch it.
Incase you weren't enticed enough already, take a look at the teaser trailer below:
Ahhhh, we can't wait! Can you? Tweet us at @PopSugarME, letting us know your thoughts on the series.