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Cara Delevingne, Machine Gun Kelly to feature in ‘Punk’

PTI | Cannes | Updated: 16-05-2019 17:54 IST | Created: 16-05-2019 16:16 IST
Cara Delevingne, Machine Gun Kelly to feature in ‘Punk’
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Cara Delevingne and rapper Machine Gun Kelly are set to star in heist thriller "Punk". According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film marks the debut of Australian filmmaker and award-winning ad director Richard Hughes.

Hollywood heavyweight Sylvester Stallone and his sister Sistine Stallone are attached to executive produce. The film revolves around Peter, played by rapper Vince Staples, who embarks on a road trip with a team of free-spirited runaways after receiving a rejection letter.

The trio, headed by Skip (Kelly) and his sister Lucy (Delevingne), collectively push the boundaries of freedom. Peter falls for Lucy only to find out later that the crew is a band of bank robbers aspiring to become modern-day Robin Hoods. Hughes has penned the story.

"Punk" will be produced by Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Braden Aftergood, and Fred Berger. Production is scheduled to begin this year.



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