The Trevor Project will honor Cara Delevingne with the Hero Award at its upcoming TrevorLIVE New York gala.
They help to make change for those who are underserved or discriminated against. "A hero to me is someone who stands up for what they believe in. “I’m humbled and truly speechless by The Trevor Project’s decision to honor me with this year’s Hero Award," she said in a statement. I strive to acknowledge those who feel like they don’t fit into a box and make sure they know, in both good and bad times, that there is always someone there to support them. I’m inspired and motivated by The Trevor Project’s tireless, life-saving work to support LGBTQ youth in crisis, and I’m extremely proud to be a part of such a resilient community.”
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The nonprofit's annual gala will be held on June 17 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. Previous TrevorLIVE honorees include Ryan Murphy, Lena Waithe, Greg Berlanti, Rita Ora and Tom Ford.
On screen, she has acted in "Her Smell," "London Fields" and "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets." Delevingne has supported The Trevor Project's efforts to end LGBTQ youth suicide rates, in addition to using her platform to speak out about mental health issues, women's rights and animal conservation.

TV kingpin Greg Berlanti directed the 2018 film, as part of an overall feature directing pact with Fox. in that space. He is not involved in the TV adaptation, an individual familiar with the plans said, thanks to his massive overall deal with Warner Bros. The property is being eyed for "This Is Us" showrunners Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger, another insider familiar with the project said.
The resonant LGBTQ film "Love, Simon" is being explored for series adaptation at Disney+, Variety has learned.
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It won the prize for best feature film at last month's GLAAD awards. The film, produced by the now-shuttered label Fox 2000, starred Nick Robinson as a closeted gay teen whose suburban youth is upended after he connects online with an anonymous teen in his same situation. Produced for $17 million, the film earned nearly $67 million worldwide.