Cara Delevingne, the actress who plays Enchantress in the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, recalled her audition experience for the much-anticipated 2016 DC Comics movie.
In her recent interview Late Night with Seth Meyers, Delevingne teased what level of fury and anger fans can expect form her character for the upcoming 2016 film expected to be a blockbuster hit. In fact, even if she did not know about the role in the beginning, she did know it would require a lot of rage.
“When I auditioned before there wasn’t even a script,” she shared. “I think I was one of the first people David [Ayer] actually cast. But I ended up just doing a monologue for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?“
Delevingne did a piece from the character of Martha, a character she had played the role of in one of her school productions. But David Ayer had her do the part in a lot of ways to stir up the emotions in her.
“David [Ayer] has a very amazing skill of riling up a lot of emotion in you,” she added. “So by the time I left, I literally wanted to kill someone. I was so angry. And I said to him, ‘look, if I kill someone on the way home, you better bail me out of jail’.'”
Delevingne will play the role of Enchantress/June Moon. While the two characters are of the same body, the actress explained that they are two entirely different personas. Starting out as an ordinary woman, June Moon will end up encountering a demon of magic in a place called the Terror Castle. A demon by the namesake of “Enchantress” will end up possessing the character and be another different entity in the body.
Cara Delevingne’s latest movie, Paper Towns, is now out in theaters. Suicide Squad will hit theaters August 2016.