The name's Delevingne. Cara Delevingne. But is the supermodel going to be the next Bond girl?
Cara Delevingne is keen to fulfill her dream of being a 'Bond' girl in the newest installment of the James Bond films.
The 21-year-old supermodel - who is currently filming a Peter Pan movie with Hugh Jackman - is keen to follow her dream of being a 'Bond' girl.
A source told 'The Sunday Mirror': "Cara hinted she would love to be involved, but the makers of Bond had already started considering her as somebody they would be interested in."
But contrary reports are doing the rounds that Penelope Cruz maybe a cast member in the upcoming Bond flick called 'Bond 24'.
Last summer, there were rumors the 39-year-old actress was in negotiations with the makers.
However, an insider told Us Weekly at the time, "Penélope is not in talks to be a Bond girl in a James Bond movie. The stories are totally false."
However, Cara who has previously starred alongside Keira Knightley and Jude Law in 'Anna Karenina', has reportedly been approached by 'Bond' bosses after she admitted she'd love to star opposite Daniel Craig.
The source continued: "Obviously she's striking, she's well known and she's establishing herself as a talented actress.
"There would be a real buzz about getting her involved and the signs are all good. Everybody is excited."
The forthcoming 'Bond' movie - which has the working title 'Bond 24' - is expected to see Daniel Craig and Ben Whishaw reprise their roles as Bond and Q respectively.
'Skyfall' director Sam Mendes will also return to his post and the movie is expected to include other big names like Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes and Rory Kinnear.
Filming will start towards the end of this year with the film being released in November 2015.
Cara Delevingne vs the Classic Bond girls
Die Another Day, Halle Berry
Dr. No, Ursula Andress
From Russia with Love, Daniela Bianchi
Goldfinger, Honor Blackman
Thunderball, Claudine Auger
You Only Live Twice, Mie Hama
On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Diana Rigg
Diamonds Are Forever, Lana Wood
Live and Let Die, Jane Seymour
The Man with the Golden Gun, Britt Ekland
The Spy Who Loved Me, Barbara Bach
Moonraker, Lois Chiles
For Your Eyes Only, Carole Bouquet
Octopussy, Maud Adams
A View to a Kill, Grace Jones
The Living Daylights, Maryam d'Abo
Licence to Kill, Carey Lowell