Margot Robbie Is a Legit Super Villain in the 'Suicide Squad' Trailer

The whole cast goes all out.
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Update, 7/14: The crystal-clear HD, non-pirated version of the Suicide Squad trailer went up Monday days after it premiered at Comic-Con, and it is weirdly thrilling. There is a panda suit, Harley Quinn licking her jail cell, Cara Delevingne taking a bath in some printer ink, and Jared Leto's haunting Joker. Do yourself a favor and watch it now.

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Original post, 5/4: Is that you, Cara Delevingne? Third from the right? Or did they just Photoshop the girl from The Grudge in?

Shortly after he shared an image of Jared Leto in costume as the Joker, Suicide Squad director David Ayer tweeted a cast photo featuring an unrecognizable Delevingne as Enchantress, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, and bald, goateed Will Smith as Deadshot.

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Just look at the difference. (Also, hi, Morgan from The Mindy Project.)

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Here's some fan art (?) possibly depicting Delevingne as her character's alter ego June Moone.

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Beware! I bite

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The antihero team is set to storm the big screen Aug. 5, 2016.

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