Cara Delevingne is to appear in a film produced by Elizabeth Jagger.
The 22-year-old model-and-actress will star in a movie called 'Prime Mover' about the Occupy Wall Street movement, although no release date has been announced.
According to Digital Spy, Jagger told Love magazine: "She's an amazing actress, and she's so perfect for this part it's a joke.
"It's like it was written for her, but it wasn't. Scheduling her is really stressful scheduling though!"
'Prime Mover' will mark the first time Jagger has produced a film, while Delevingne has already appeared in some major productions, including 'The Face of an Angel' alongside Kate Beckinsale.
What's more, she was recently cast as Enchantress in the much-anticipated 'Suicide Squad', which also features Will Smith as Deadshot and Jared Leto as the Joker.
Speaking earlier this week, Will insisted details of 'Suicide Squad' will remain a closely-guarded secret.
The 46-year-old star is already preparing for his role, but says he's not able to reveal any information about the film before its release.
Asked whether he could reveal any details about the film, he said: "No sir, I'd have to kill you. It's top secret but it's really good, though. It's great stuff, fantastic. I'm already in shape for it, I'm already training."