David Ayer's Suicide Squad seems to have shot to the top of a lot of people's most anticipated film list after that Comic-Con trailer was released online. The movie looks freakin' sick! Cara Delevingne was recently a guest on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and while there she talked about the film and her character, Enchantress. When asked about it, she explains that the character she plays is two different parts:
“The part I’m playing, I’m actually playing two different parts. The second act is just a dream. I’m playing opposites, a mousey kind of scientist and a crazy, feral witch, which is great. Both sides of my personality, which is nice.”
She also talks about how she landed the role. She was cast in the film before there was even a script, and she auditioned for the director with a monologue she performed from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
Enchantress is one of the more interesting characters on the Suicide Squad team, and it will be interesting to see the transformation of the character in the film. I recently saw Delevingne in Paper Towns, and she was great. It looks like she was the perfect choice to take on the role of Enchantress in Suicide Squad. In a previous interview with EW, she had this to say about the movie:
“It’s f–king insane. I’m not the biggest fan of superhero films. There are so f–king many. I love the Batmans but some of them I’m not that keen on. I’ve never been so excited to see a film and I’m actually in it. I wish I could tell you about it at all. The movie is going to be the best thing in the world. The camaraderie on set is insane.”
You can watch her interview with Meyers in the video below.