In between glum strolls and acid-green smoothies, Cressida Bonas has evidently been sneaking out on a few auditions. The Evening Standard reports that she recently made her onstage debut “in a rain-soaked tent in Hay-on-Wye, playing a bureaucratic singing wolf.” (Yeah, we have no clue what that means either.) And soon, according to the paper, Bonas will be starring in the movie Tulip Fever alongside our favorite rabbit owner, Cara Delevingne. The movie is being directed by The Other Boleyn Girl’s Justin Chadwick and produced by Harvey Weinstein. Cara and fellow model Daisy Lowe will play artists’ models, while Bonas is to incarnate the role of a “society lady.” So, okay, whether or not this is “acting” may be up for debate. What we’d really like is to see these two in a remake of Thelma and Louise.