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Cara Delevingne Talks ‘Carnival Row’ Season 2 and How It’s the Perfect Ending for the Series

[Editor’s note: The following contains some spoilers for Season 2 of Carnival Row.]In the second and final season of the fantasy series Carnival Row, former police inspector Rycroft “Philo” Philostrate (Orlando Bloom) is drawn back in when a series of gruesome murders leads to more questions than answers, as they try to discover who and what is responsible. In a world where humans and creatures already clash, the tension is at an all-time high and Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevingne) wants to hold someone responsible, as revolution seems inevitable.

During this 1-on-1 interview with Collider, Delevingne talked about why this is the perfect ending for the series, emulating some of Vignette’s attributes in her own life, whether her character finds happiness, the little details in the sets and costumes, what she took home from the set, and what she’s most enjoyed about spending two seasons in this world Collider: Did you know, going into the season, that this would be the final season of the show, or is that something you found out, along the way? As an actor, do you want to mentally prepare for that, or would you rather not know?

No, I think it was always the intention to end with Season 2 and the way it was headed. A lot of shows drag out seasons and it gets a bit boring and monotonous and repetitive. And the way that this show works is that it’s intense and it’s extreme and it’s honest, so the way that it ends is perfect. If you drag it out, you wouldn’t really know where the story goes, and it ends in such a perfect way. I think fans will be very, very excited to see that. As you said, we didn’t know what was gonna happen. I remember when COVID had just started, and we were out there in masks and we had all these procedures, but it just got worse and worse. And then, one day, we woke up and they were like, “You’ve gotta go. We’ve gotta get out of here now because everything is closing down and we don’t know what’s happening.” It was scary, but going back was so important. We worked so hard. We were just about halfway through, and it was sad. We were sad about what was going on in the world. The funny part was that we usually film in very cold settings, wearing winter clothes, and it’s always cold in the Row, but we came back and it was the height of summer. We were wearing winter clothes in summer, doing these stunts, and it was rough. I had to have ice in my underwear. It was so hot, all the time. It was pretty wild. But returning to Vignette is always special for me. I’ll never not love that character and love the accent. There are so many attributes of Vignette that I try to emulate in my life now, so I really love that character so much.


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