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Will Smith


The Suicide Squad is really coming together!

Will Smith is the latest cast member to be spotted on the set of the upcoming film, and fortunately for fans you get to see him in his costume! Clad in relatively gangster-looking civilian clothing, Smith channels his character Deadshot.

He sports a brown leather jacket over an all-black ensemble (including gloves!). He tops the look off with a wide-brim hat. The DC Comics antihero was primarily a Batman villain who was regularly hired as an assassin who "never missed."

Smith was busy filming in Toronto, Canada, where Ben Affleck was also seen suited up in his Batman suit, seemingly confirming rumors that he will appear in the David Ayer-directed flick. We've also gotten a look at Jared Leto as the Joker, who already has given us nightmares for life considering how terrifying he looks.

Joker, Jared Leto

Warner Bros./DC Comics

He has proven time and time again that he is capable of physical transformations for roles, but this is seriously creepy. Chopping off his beloved locks was one thing, but the dye, paint and tattoos bring him to another level of scary. The 30 Seconds to Mars frontman appears shirtless and sports green hair and the type of smudged eyeliner you can only get by sleeping in your makeup after an evening out on the town.

His mouth is equally petrifying, sporting a grill and several misshapen teeth, all surrounded by lips that are lined with dark red lipstick. His certifiably insane facial expression will keep you up at night, too. The tattoos, well those tell a whole other story. He has "Ha Ha" inked in several places in addition to the word "damaged" on his forehead.

"The Suicide Squad wishes you a Happy Anniversary Mr. J! #Joker75 #SuicideSquad @WarnerBrosEnt @DCComics," Ayer tweeted.

Leto is the third actor to play the Joker on the big screen (as a prominent role), following Jack Nicholson's mostly comedic performance in Tim Burton's 1989 film Batman and Heath Ledger's chilling portrayal in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight. He earned a posthumous Oscar for his role.