Suicide Squad star Cara Delevingne will front a new BBC and Hulu documentary which will explore issues of sexual and gender identity.
Deadline reports that Hulu and the BBC are close to finalising a deal for the six-part series, which has the working title Planet Sex.
Described as a "high-end" documentary series, Delevingne will 'explore big questions about human sexuality, examining issues including relationships, sex appeal and the popularity of pornography,' according to Deadline.
In the series, Delevingne will take part in experiments conducted by world-leading sex labs, as well as visiting communities who experience gender and sexuality very differently.
Filming is said to have taken place earlier this year but was paused due to the coronavirus pandemic, however production has now resumed.
In June, Delevingne opened up about identifying as pansexual. "The thing is with me, I change a lot," she explained. "I feel different all the time. Some days, I feel more womanly. Some days, I feel more like a man."
"I always will remain, I think, pansexual," she added, saying that she is attracted to an individual's personality and not their gender identity.
"However one defines themselves, whether it's 'they' or 'he' or 'she', I fall in love with the person – and that's that. I'm attracted to the person."
Delevingne also spoke about how she struggled with her identity when she was younger and never felt like she belonged anywhere.
"Pride to me is a sense of something that I never really had as a kid. A sense of pride is like a sense of belonging, a family outside your family, a place where you don't have to apologise or feel ashamed," she said.
"I guess I never felt like I belonged anywhere as a kid. Or I always felt like I didn't belong in my own body. I felt so lost."
"Once I could talk about my sexuality freely, I wasn't hiding anything anymore," she added. "And the person I hid it from the most was myself."
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