August 6, 2021

Viola Davis finally explains what happened to Jared Leto, Margot Robbie and the dead rat in ‘Suicide Squad’

Viola Davis is one of the most recognized artists worldwide for her chameleon ability to play disparate characters, from a friendly Aibileen Clark in ‘Maids and Ladies’ even a demanding Annalize Keating in ‘How to defend a murderer’.

This virtue of the actress caused her to be chosen in ‘Suicide Squad’ to play Amanda Waller in 2016. Throughout the filming of the film, numerous rumors began to occur about its protagonists and eccentricities, such as the one that announced that Jared Leto had gotten so much in his Joker character that he sent him to his partner Margot robbie a live rat by mail. Leto flatly denied the story, but recently, the controversy has resurfaced.

Recently, Margot Robbie has participated in an interview with British Vogue, where Viola Davis Confirms the story that Jaret Leto gave him a live rat, and recounts Robbie’s reaction.

According to Davis, the cast had gathered for a rehearsal when everyone except Margot realized that Jared I was about to play a prank on him to the artist who embodies Harley Quinn.

“Just as she was walking through the door, I yelled at her not to open the box, and then Margot opened it and inside was the blackest rat she had ever seen,” says Viola. “But she scooped her up, unafraid. I was receptive and full of joy“.

Viola Davis, Will Smith, Margot Robbie y Jared Leto | Getty Images

Who can we see in James Gunn’s ‘Suicide Squad’

After five years since the first villain movie was released, this year the bad guys from DC are back on the big screen.

This time, the narrative line will revolve around a government order, through which the evil characters are sent to the island of Short Maltese to face your enemies with latest generation weapons.

In this sequel, directed by James Gunn, they will appear Idris Elba | (Bloodsport), Joel Kinnaman (Rick Flag), John Cena (Peace Maker), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn) and Viola Davis (Amanda Waller), among others.

The film will be released on July 30 in Spain.

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