Cara Delevingne Says David Ayer Sparked a Fury in her During her Audition


Cara Delevingne who’s playing The Enchantress in Suicide Squad has been doing a round of interviews promoting her latest film Paper Towns that release on July 24th, in North America.

Delevingne latest interview has been with Time Magazine and during the interview she spoke on the auditing process for Suicide Squad and how David Ayer made her very frustrated during it.

She was officially cast as the Enchantress in the highly anticipated Suicide Squad, which follows a team of incarcerated supervillains who become black-ops agents. “[It] is going to be freakin’ awesome,” she says of the film, which also stars Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto and Viola Davis. “I kill people with my bare hands.”

Delevingne describes her audition for Suicide Squad director David Ayer as lengthy, intense and infuriating. Because he hadn’t yet written the film’s script at the time of her tryout, Ayer made Delevingne read the part of Martha from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, a character Delevingne had played before in a school production. Delevingne thought she had the audition in the bag due to her experience, but Ayer quickly told her to forget everything she knew about Martha, asking her try the part so many different ways that she was ready to “beat people up” by the end of the process. “I was like, ‘Honestly, if I go outside and punch people, you’ve got to come get me out of jail because I am so furious,” she says. “He sparked a f-cking fury in me.”

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