Good news. “Only Murders in the building” returns to Disney + for a season 2. Cara Delevingne will even be there. Selena Gomez will no longer be the star of Only Murders in the building on Disney +. Indeed, Cara Delevingne will join the cast for the following season.
Cara Delevingne Joins Only Murders In The Building
Only Murders in the building was released on August 31, 2021, on Disney +. In just a few months, this series has won the hearts of many fans in the United States. We owe this success to the presence of Selena Gomez, who plays one of the main characters in the Disney + series. Yes, the singer has an extensive community that supports her. Whether in music, cinema, through her YouTube channel around the kitchen, or through its beauty brand Rare beauty.
But the latter will (very) soon have to make room for Cara Delevingne, with whom she will share the stage. Indeed, the actress and model will join the cast of Only Murders in the building on Disney +. And this, from season 2. But what role will Cara Delvingne play? According to Deadline, she will play a young woman named Alice. The latter will be passionate about art and help artists in their personal development.
In addition, we recall that the Disney + series did not end in the best possible way. Indeed, our three investigators were charged with the murder of Bunny, the janitor of the building. We, therefore, hope that the arrival of Cara Delvingne on Disney + will advance the plot.
The Fans Are Delighted
Cara Delvigne will inevitably have a role to play in Only Murders in the building on Disney +. Especially since she will have a recurring role in the series. Yes, it will not be a simple appearance. The least we can say is that this news has delighted the fans.
For now, no other info has been revealed regarding season 2 of Only Murders in the building on Disney +. However, Steve Martin, who plays Charles in the series, announced that the shooting had started.
“Our first day of shooting ‘Only Murders in the Building! We are all happy to be back.” He wrote on the social network to the bluebird, on December 1, in the caption of a photo of the three investigators. It should, therefore, not be too long to land on Disney +.