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Michelle Rodriguez, Cara Delevingne Break Out Their Lightsabers In London [Photo]

Michelle Rodriguez and Cara Delevingne are apparently big fans of Star Wars.

While venturing through the wilds of London, the pair were reportedly seen playing with their lightsabers in public. This isn’t some sort of bizarre euphemism — the women were actually waving around the iconic sci-fi weaponry while out on the town.

Before boarding a train to destinations unknown, someone managed to snap a shot of Michelle Rodriguez rocking a black outfit while wielding a blue lightsaber. Delevingne opted for some baggy clothing and a green lightsaber. It’s definitely a sight to behold.

Have a look at the ladies and their random nod to Star Wars.

This isn’t the first time Michelle Rodriguez and Cara Delevingne drew attention to themselves while out in public. The pair previously caused a scene during a recent New York Knicks game, an event that found the girls sharing a kiss. They also engaged in a number of questionable shenanigans, some of which are painstakingly chronicled below.

There’s also a very odd rumor going around that Michelle Rodriguez and her pal will participate in a remake of the iconic 90s drama Thelma and Louise. According to sources, producers are extremely interested in landing the Fast and Furious star for the flick.

“Michelle is heavily in demand to take the lead after her success in ‘The Fast And The Furious.’ A few names have been mentioned as her co-star, including Kristen Stewart, Annalynne McCord, and Leighton Meester — but Michelle is pushing for Cara,” the insider recently told The Sun.

The website added, “She thinks she would light up the big screen and that the pair of them would be a huge hit together. They love spending time with one another so moving in is a no-brainer. Splitting their time between London and L.A. would suit both of them. Cara’s family have met Michelle and think she’s great.”

Michelle Rodriguez has yet to confirm reports about the Thelma and Louise remake as of this writing.

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