Squads...they're so hot right now.
But there are all kinds of squads. There's the Taylor Swift runway-ready crew, there's Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer's jet skiing girl gang, and then there's the créme de la créme of BFFs, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen in all their PrideFest glory. And now it's seems we've got a whole new group of groupies to emulate: The Suicide Squad.
That's right, this onscreen gang of misfit villains tasked to save the world (kind of) are actually the complete opposite. In real life, they're a gang of non-misfit non-villains tasked to party their way across the world. Ever since filming started on the upcoming action flick, the actors and actresses behind our favorite comic book stars have been forming an iron-clad bond. And just what are they bonding over, you ask? Having a god d--n blast, that's what.
We've been stalking the comings-and-goings of this crew for awhile now, and they've been wreaking havoc across the continent. But it's no real surprise—when you throw together celebs like Cara Delevingne, Joel Kinnaman and Jai Courtney, you're bound to end up with a heavy dose of antics. It's actually gotten us so jealous, we no longer care that we weren't invited to the beach with Jen and Amy. How's that for Squad Envy?
Still a little unconvinced of this group's awesomeness? Let us enlighten you.
1. The whole group hit it off immediately, right from day one.
2. They hit music festivals together...and they hit them hard.
3. They start epic dance parties wherever they go, without a care for the judgment (or safety) of strangers around them.
4. They golf together, while wearing completely embarrassing outfits.
5. They borrow each other's...wigs. Sharing is caring.
6. They take selfies that rival Ellen's.
7. They've got their boy band pose and name all sorted out.
8. They're not afraid to get a little...dirty.
8. They're always willing to be each other's cheerleaders, even if that means wearing matching (ridiculous) outfits.
9. They're down for a little boozing wherever, whenever.
10. They know how to make a d--n entrance. Now that's what's up.