'Suicide Squad': Cara Delevingne Says Film Will 'Blow People's Brains Out'

Suicide Squad Blow People's Minds

Justifiably, major superhero crossover events like Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are at the top of many people's earliest drafts of their "Most Anticipated 2016" lists. However, the group of criminals that make up WB/DC's Suicide Squad are right up there with Batman and Captain America, as David Ayer's (Fury) entry into the DC Cinematic Universe has attracted much fanfare since it was announced.

Much of that is due to the impressive A-list cast that the director assembled for the project (Jared Leto, Will Smith, Margot Robbie, etc.), but the core concept of the film has also generated a lot of excitement. As the first live-action villain/antihero team-up movie, Suicide Squad has a lot of potential on paper to be something radically different from what we've seen in this genre before, offering a twisted version of group dynamics we've seen in works like The Avengers.

As Ayer prepares to start rolling his cameras this spring, he has let fans in on his pre-production process, teasing moviegoers with concepts of action set pieces and Leto's Joker transformation via social media. The director is back at it today, posting a photo of Cara Delevingne (who will play Enchantress) as the actress "inspects the set" in Toronto. She's not in costume, so this picture doesn't offer much, but it is a nice look at the work they're doing:

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