Emily Ratajkowski finds acting to be more ''creatively fulfilling'' than modelling.

The 24-year-old star - who's made the transition from the catwalk to appearing in movies such as 'Gone Girl' and 'We Are Your Friends' - has revealed she much prefers acting and has also backed fellow model Cara Delevingne's decision to pursue a career in the film industry.

She said: ''I think every experience is different.

''Definitely, I feel like acting is much more creatively fulfilling and I think Cara is very creative person, as am I, and so, we want more.''

However, Emily acknowledged there are similarities between both industries, admitting the relationship she developed with 'We Are Your Friends' director Max Joseph reminded her of working with a fashion photographer.

The London-born star told ET Online: ''Some of the best parts about modeling are having the same kind of relationships that I have with Max [Joseph], my director, as I would have with a photographer.''

Earlier this month, meanwhile, Emily revealed she would refuse to appear in Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' music video if the opportunity arose again.

She said: ''I think I've done enough nudity now that I don't really need to do 'Blurred Lines' again. Like, if someone asked me to do it now, I'd probably say no.''