She’s a quirky fashion model known for her myriad of zany expressions.
But Cara Delevingne looked unusually straight-faced on Tuesday as she was spotted out and about in New York.
And the starlet had better get practicing her Blue Steel pout as it’s been revealed she may be set to star in the sequel to the 2001 comedy hit, Zoolander.
According to The Sun, Ben Stiller - who played the starring role in the first movie - has been talking with the 22-year-old British model about taking on the lead female role.
A source said: ‘Ben and producers want a big-name model for the film and they need to be jokers and full of natural comedy.
'They are still working out what the exact role will be but it's likely to include a lot of goofing around.'
Cara’s friend and fellow model Suki Waterhouse is also supposedly being considered for a role in the project.
In the original flick Ben played Derek Zoolander, a simple-minded model coming to the end of his career who gets brainwashed into killing to Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Justin Theroux is set to direct the follow-up while Owen Wilson is rumoured to reprise his role as Hansel.
Cara was seen wearing a casual outfit of blue skinny jeans and a white Outsiders Apparel T-shirt as she made her way to Chelsea, grabbing a classic yellow cab.
She accessorised with some gold mirrored sunglasses and a matching pendant around her neck and left her hair down in natural waves around her shoulders.
On Monday the leggy model showed-off one of her famous grimaces as she posed for a raunchy Instagram shot biting at a friend’s fishnet body stocking.
And on Friday the DKNY model larked about outside the Barclays Center after a charity basketball game posing for several silly photos with NYPD officers.
It was also revealed last week that Cara is the face - and body - of a new campaign for Tom Ford.
The model posed nude for the designer’s new perfume - Black Orchid - in a pool of flowers, and the artistic image was released on Wednesday.
This latest job would have added to Cara’s growing riches - the star is in fact on the coveted Forbes’ highest-earning models list with a cool $3.5 million.
As if she needed anymore publicity, the British born bombshell also graces the cover of the latest US Vogue, alongside fellow models Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss.