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Nat Wolff ‘not fazed by Cara’s craziness’

Published 26/07/2015

Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff
Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff

Cara Delevingne did a number of wild things while filming her new movie Paper Towns, including gun slinging and obsessing over waterslides.

The pair are currently promoting their new movie Paper Towns.

And filming the drama was incredibly fun, as Cara brought forth some off-the-wall antics in between takes.

“I walked up to everyone in this hot dog suit. And I kind of danced around a bit. And I was swinging fake bananas on a string which I bought as well. Everyone kind of fell over laughing,” she recalled to USA Today.

Cara purchased the hot dog outfit from an antique store that carried a number of oddities.

When Nat first saw her as a giant frankfurter, he didn’t even bat an eye.

“At that point I was so used to Cara and her craziness. It didn’t even faze me. I didn’t even make a comment on it,” he noted.

Cara also got her hands on firearms while shooting Paper Towns.

The star is such a fan of going out gunning, she has even declared semi-automatic handguns as some of her favourite types of pistols.

“It was pretty hysterical. I don’t want to promote guns. But it was so fun,” she gushed. “I am a really good shot. I love the gun range. I go there quite a lot. It’s one of my favourite things to do.”

But when the firearms were put away, there was more fun to be had.

Nat recalls a time when Cara got the entire cast to tap into their inner five-year-old child for a day.

“She looks off and goes, ‘Is that a [bleeping] waterslide?’” he recounted. “And she’s pointing across the street. Everyone is kind of tired. And she’s like, ‘I want to go on the water slide.’ But it’s 2 a.m. and it’s closed for the day. A week passes by and she goes, ‘Nat, we’re all going to the water park. She got us all tickets to the water park, the whole cast. We ended up riding all day.”

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