For some moviegoers, the DC Cinematic Universe will serve as a gigantic introduction to the world of DC Comics, despite being a variant on the storylines that so many of us have grown up on. While everyone knows who Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are, it's harder to find fans outside of comics that know the origins of characters such as Deadshot or Enchantress, but the upcoming Suicide Squad film aims to change this, as evidenced by a recent interview with Cara Delevingne.
While promoting her latest film, Paper Towns, on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the actress elaborated on her role as Enchantress, a Jekyll-and-Hyde type of character with insane magic powers:
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.
While speculation and chatter on the internet has primarily surrounded Harley Quinn and The Joker,Suicide Squadfeatures a gigantic ensemble cast with varying powers, abilities, and attitudes. The studio and cast have kept tight-lipped on what the rest of the cast is up to in the film, but with most of the cast on press tours for other films, it's hard for a fan not to stay hopeful when it comes to hearing more plot-related news.