Cara Delevingne Called Out for Being 'Unprofessional' By This 'Cinderella' Actor!

Cara Delevingne Called Out for Being 'Unprofessional' By This 'Cinderella' Actor!

Cara Delevingne is being called out by Cinderella actor Richard Madden over the interview that went viral earlier in the summer for her new film Paper Towns.

“It was unprofessional. It made her seem ungrateful. She showed her age. For Cinderella, I did six weeks of those interviews, where you get asked the same eight questions,” Richard, 29, who also stars on Game of Thrones, told Yahoo! Lifestyle when asked about the interview.

“If you’re not capable of doing that gracefully, then don’t do it,” Richard added.

If you don’t remember the super awkward interview, which took place over the summer, check it out here.

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  • timeless

    like many of his works and liked him in games of throne his death scene was definitely the most shocking :)

    I understand that they are all actors and they all should act professional, but if i was Cara I would have felt disrespected, those people interviewing her had no manners what’s so ever. In my opinion she acted very professional. Even after they called her by the wrong name and then they kept interrupting her and then to finish it off they were telling her that she should leave and go rest, so when she did just leave they start making fun of the whole interview like it was a big joke as if they were the ones hurt by what happened. So no i don’t think she was being unprofessional, I think the the interviewers were the ones being unprofessional.

    • Jordy

      I think she felt disrespected they were even breathing. She was rude right off the bat. Probably because of being tired, but still no excuse. They only started to become equally unprofessional when she had an attitude. Perhaps their distain for her started prior to the interview because not that many people take her very seriously as an actress. But her excuse in the end was that she was tired and sick of being asked the same questions. Richard has a point.