Suicide Squad Cast Update: Jared Leto Went Too Far As Joker? Margot Robbie Terrified Of Leto?

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If there?s one thing we can?t wait to see on the upcoming ?Suicide Squad? movie from DC, it?s that must-see performance of Jared Leto. Cast members Corina Calderon and Margot Robbie recently talked about how amazed and astonished they were with Leto?s portrayal as the infamous Joker, according to the Inquisitr.

Actress Corina Calderon, who will portray as a character named Grace in the upcoming movie, was entirely captivated with the performance of Jared Leto. She was able to talk about Leto and how mesmerized she was with how he takes the Joker?s role seriously. ?Before we shot my scenes, I was in set with David Ayer, the director, and got to watch [the other actors] do their scenes before my scenes,? Calderon said in the interview describing her experience with Leto and the other actors, according to the Inquisitr.

?Watching him really gave me this whole new freedom as an actress,? Calderon said. She then went on to share how watching Leto as the Joker made her feel. ?I feel brave, I feel ballsy watching him go. It was an amazing lesson,? she added. Unfortunately, we still have no clue as to what her character?s role will be in the upcoming film, but it will surely be interesting as to how Calderon?s character will interact with the infamous Joker.

Fellow cast member Margot Robbie, who will be playing the role of Harley Quinn as a member of the ?Suicide Squad,? also had something to say about Leto and his interpretation of the very popular villain. She hinted that Leto?s take on the villain was ?pretty impressive,? posted by the Inquisitr.

Robbie also described how terrified she was when he went too far with the character, even talking like Joker without the makeup. ?I saw him out of makeup once and I was actually petrified of him. I was too scared to go up and didn?t know who that person was? And when he got back into his makeup I was far more comfortable.?

Be sure to save a date when ?Suicide Squad? hits theaters on August 5, 2016

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