‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 2 Will Star Cara Delevingne
Delevingne will portray an art world insider who becomes engaged in the show’s central mystery.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Cara Delevingne has been cast as a series regular in Season 2 of Hulu’s mystery comedy Only Murders in the Building. Along with Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, Delevingne will play Alice, a polished art world insider who becomes engaged in the mystery.
Only Murders in the Building follows Gomez, Martin, and Short, three strangers who are drawn together by their shared passion of real crime and a desire to solve a recent terrible tragedy at their Upper West Side apartment building. The trio creates a podcast while investigating the case, thinking it to be a murder. The show was renewed for a second season.
Delevingne currently Co-stars with Orlando Bloom in the film Carnival Row. The fantasy series debuted in 2019 and was expected to begin filming its second season in early 2020, according to Amazon Prime Video. Production was spread out over a year and a half due to the epidemic and Bloom’s first child’s birth. In September 2021, filming for the second season of Carnival Row came to a close.
Martian and John Hoffman co-created Only Murders in the Building, with executive producers Gomez and Short. Jamie Babbitt, Dan Fogelman, and Jess Rosenthal are among the show’s executive producers. Season 2 of Only Murders in the Building has yet to be announced.
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