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Margot Robbie and Will Smith Talk SUICIDE SQUAD and David Ayer's Secrecy

As Warner Brothers fires up the hype machine for their
upcoming film, Focus reporters have
taken the opportunity to ask the film’s stars Margot Robbie and Will Smith
about David Ayer’s Suicide Squad.  The film begins filming shortly and Flicks in
the City asked the actors about the Director’s style and their characters.
Both Robbie and Smith are very excited to be working on the
film, Smith added that while he’s excited, “I don’t know what it’s going to
be character-wise.
”  Robbie then explained, “We don’t know what our characters’
relationship is really gonna be [because] it’s ever-changing.
Smith then talked
about Ayer’s directing style; “It’s
all images, all ideas, and he holds the screenplay [pretty close] and he just
keeps sending you things about your character. He just wants you to be prepared
for anything.
Robbie was able to
reassure the reporter that while they know they work together on the team they
can’t offer much more.  She explained
that they aren’t being intentionally secretive rather Ayer is keeping most of
the script under wraps.  “[Ayer] only sends your character’s stuff so
you don’t know what’s going on with the other characters; I think he wants it
to come alive on set.
Smith was then asked
if his character in Focus was similar to Deadshot.  “I
guess I like the concept of dubious morals, I always liked to play in that area
[…] With
Suicide Squad, we
just started on that. I think I haven’t explored the psychology enough of
Deadshot, somebody who could take money to kill people; how he justifies that
for himself. So, I still have a little bit of work to do on that, but in my
life in general and in my career, those are the type of roles that I’m pushing
more towards; those kinds of questions.
Are you interested
in what Ayer, Smith Robbie and the rest of the Suicide Squad have to
say? Let us know, HERE
Suicide Squad
premieres in theaters August 5th, 2016

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