Cara Delevingne and ‘Suicide Squad’ cast let hair down at Canadian music festival

Cast members attend Montreal's Osheaga Art and Music Festival, where St Vincent was performing

Several members of the Suicide Squad cast took a break from filming this weekend by attending Montreal’s Osheaga Art and Music Festival.

Cara Delevingne, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, Karen Fukuhara and Margot Robbie – disguised in a black wig – all let their hair down at the three-day Canadian bash, where Delevingne’s girlfriend, St Vincent, was one of the acts performing.

Delevingne shared a picture on Instagram afterwards with the hashtag-heavy caption: #Squadgoals #Squadforlife #squadlife #squadonpoint #aintnobodyfresherthanmyclique


Director David Ayer started shooting Suicide Squad in nearby Toronto in April. Alongside Jared Leto as The Joker, the super-villain movie stars Will Smith as Deadshot, Jai Courtney as Boomerang, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Cara Delevingne as Enchantress, Jay Hernandez as El Diablo, Karen Fukuhara as Katana, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Killer Croc and Adam Beach as Slipknot.

Joel Kinnaman bagged the role of Rick Flag after a scheduling clash forced Tom Hardy to pull out of the film. Ben Affleck’s Batman is also rumoured to be appearing in the film after a figure resembling the caped crusader was spotted on the film’s set in May.

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Meanwhile, How To Get Away With Murder Star star Viola Davis will appear in a supporting role as Amanda Waller, a government agent who is often put in charge of the ‘suicide squad’, a team of super-villains working for the government in return for their freedom. The first trailer was released last month and Warner Bros. has set Suicide Squad for release on August 5, 2016.


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