Cara Delevingne has joined the cast of the new Amazon series "Carnival Row" and will be joining actors such as Orlando Bloom. The actor will be taking on a different role to those, which she has played in the past, and creators of the show are excited to see what Delevingne will bring to her character on the show.

The series is set in a futuristic world

According to A.V Club the new series, “Carnival Row" is based in a futuristic Victorian style world. The story will follow a cop who will be played by Orlando Bloom. Rycroft Philostrate is the name of the detective who will be investigating the murder of a showgirl in the eight episode series.

The show "Carnival Row" has been described as a fantasy show and will explore different themes including crime, racism, and prejudice. In a report by the BBC, the characters who inhabit this world will be trying to escape from their past which proves fatal for the fairy showgirl.

Cara Delevingne will be taking on the character of Vignette Stonemoss in the new series which has been described as a fairy refugee. Delevingne's character will highlight the prejudice and injustice of this new neo-Victorian world and will no doubt play a part in the investigation into the showgirl's murder.

Delevinge has plenty of experience with this kind of roles

According to the BBC, Cara Delevingne was the perfect person for this role as she has recently starred in the movie "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets." This movie was a science fiction story, and the actor was introduced to the genre before she was approached for the role of Vignette Stonemoss in "Carnival Row."

Cara Delevingne appears to be diving into the acting world with vigor and has also starred in her first ever music video.

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The video is as wacky and wonderful as the star herself and includes Cara changing wigs and character several times throughout.

Rene Echevarria has written the scripts and is the executive producer of the Amazon series "Carnival Row." She is best known for her work on such series as "Star Trek" and "Castle" and will be joined by Orlando Bloom when it comes to the production portion of the television series.

The series is based on an abandoned script originally titled "A Killing on Carnival Row," which was originally written by Beacham. The script made The Black List, which is a list of the best-un-optioned scripts, by scriptwriters.

Fans are excited to see what lies in store for them and are excited to see Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne working side by side in "Carnival Row."