Heroes are super, but sometimes bad is better, which is where the Suicide Squad comes in.
And the baddest bad guys who have troubled Batman and his super friends are teaming up to do good.
Now the squad is jumping from the pages of DC Comics to the big screen.
In charge is David Ayer, writer of Training Day, director of Fury and End of Watch.
> And he recently reassembled his squad for the first task meeting.
Suicide Squad, sound off.
Joel Kinnaman from the killing, and the remake of robocop is team leader Rick Flag.
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, genre veteran of Lost, or the Dark world and Game of Thrones gets his teeth into the reptilian killer croc.
Jay Hernandez from the Hostile movies is rumored to be playing El Diablo.
Jai Courtney from A Good Day to Die Hard and the next Terminator movie is Australian themed baddie, Captain Boomerang.
Viola Davis from the Help and How to Get Away with Murder is uncompromising boss lady, Doctor Amanda Waller.
Adam Beach from Flags of our Fathers, Wind Talkers, and Arctic Air, whose rumored to playing martial artist, Raven.
Jim Parrack worked with David Ayer on Fury and now he plays deadly mercenary Deathstroke.
Ike Barinholtz from the Mindy Project is villanous scientist Hugo Strange, a Batman baddie who is almost as old as the Dark Knight himself.
The Fresh Prince, Will Smith, takes aim as expert marksman, Deadshot.
First time, a Karen Fukuhara is explosive expert, Plastique.
Cooky supermodel-turned-actress, Cara Delevingne, brings her flawless eyebrows to the big screen as the magical Enchantress and Margot Robbie goes from Wolf of Wall Street to clown prince of crime, Harley Quinn, unhinged lover of the legendary villain, The Joker, played by.
Jared Leto from Fight Club, Dallas Buyers Club, and other movies that don't have club in the title.
Why so serious Jared?
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