'Suicide Squad' cast news: Cara Delevingne in full view as The Enchantress


Much like any of the characters in the upcoming “Suicide Squad” film, The Enchantress remains as a mystery to fans. But now, with the special feature focusing on the film on Empire Magazine’s current issue, fans can have their first look at the character. 

Model-actress Cara Delevingne shows herself in full view as The Enchantress and talks more about the role her character will be playing in the movie. 

“She’s an ancient sorceress,” said Delevingne, in her interview for the magazine. “A feral being. She’s been trapped for so long and now she’s finally let out.” 

While The Enchantress and the character June Moon are of the same body, they are actually two entirely different personas. Starting out as an ordinary woman, June Moon ends up encountering a demon of magic in a place called the Terror Castle. The demon named Enchantress possesses her and becomes another, totally different entity in her body.

“June is an adventure-seeker who’s always wanted some excitement. And she gets what she wished for, in a terrible way,” Delevingne explained.

Aside from the Delevingne cover, the December 2015 issue of Empire Magazine also features Jared Leto in full view as The Joker for their “Suicide Squad” Limited Edition Collector’s Cover. Joining the two actors, each on their own Empire December 2015 covers, are Will Smith as Deadshot, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, and other characters promised to be unveiled soon.

As part of the previously announced DC Extended Universe road map, a total of 10 films is set to hit theatres in the coming years. First off, there’s the very much talked about “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” that hits theatres March 25 of next year, shortly followed by “Suicide Squad” on Aug. 5. Then comes “Wonder Woman” and the “Justice League” movie in 2017. In 2018, the big screen will make way for “The Flash” and “Aquaman.” Four years from now, moviegoers will see the coming of “Shazam” and the “Justice League Part Two.” Finally, the final two films in the current road map will come in 2020: “Cyborg” and a “Green Lantern” reboot.