'Suicide Squad': The Enchantress Cara Delevingne Says David Ayer's Film Is Going To 'Blow People’s Brain’s Out

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Cara Delevingne leads models as they present creations from the Burberry Prorsum Autumn/Winter 2014 collection during London Fashion Week February 17, 2014. Reuters/Suzanne Plunkett

Cara Delevingne who is all set to play The Enchantress in “Suicide Squad” recently expressed her enthusiasm about the film. She took to her Twitter account and praised David Ayer’s film. She wrote in her tweet “Suicide Squad” is going to “blow people’s brain’s out.”

 

Cara tweeted this in response to David Ayer’s tweet where he posted Cara’s photo from the film’s set. According to DC comics, The Enchantress is a supervillain as well a superheroine. She is an alter ego of freelance artist June Moone. June turns into The Enchantress during a costume party when she enters a secret chamber and is empowered to fight the evil forces. As soon as June says the words Enchantress she is changed from a blonde to a black haired beauty.  She defeats monster Cape Kennedy and soon after that her villainous side sets in and she becomes the part of The Forgotten Villains.

It is yet not known what will be the character graph of The Enchantress in “Suicide Squad.” Meanwhile, it is not only Cara who is excited about Ayer’s film, even Jared Leto and Will Smith have expressed their excitement to play their respective roles in the film. Leto who is all set to play Joker in the film said in his interview to Billboard magazine that his character is a “beautiful disaster.”

“The opportunity to take on this nearly Shakespearean character -- that’s what graphic novels and comic books are becoming, right- what a big challenge,” he added. Even Smith spoke about his character Deadshot during the promotion of his film “Focus.” “I get to be a part of the creation that will be the biggest historical image of Deadshot,” he said reported Movie Web.

“Suicide Squad” will follow the storyline of supervillains who will come together to form a task force. They will be given a dangerous task to execute in exchange of shorter prison time. The film is scheduled to be released on Aug 5, 2016.  It stars Margret Robbie, Leto, Smith, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, Viola Davis, Delevingne and others.  Ayer has written the film.

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