Ike Barinholtz hints at his role in 'Suicide Squad'
"Sinisters" star Ike Barinholtz has teased fans about his mysterious role in upcoming supervillain movie "Suicide Squad."
Los Angeles: "Sinisters" star Ike Barinholtz has teased fans about his mysterious role in upcoming supervillain movie "Suicide Squad."
The 38-year-old actor revealed he would play a "troubled human being" and his role would be an unlikely character, reported Aceshowbiz.
"I can tell you my character in that movie is someone you would not want at your house for dinner. He's a very troubled human being," Barinholtz said.
Although the movie centres on the story of DC supervillains who are forced by the government to do heroic action, Barinholtz hinted that "Suicide Squad" would have its share of funny moments.
"The trailer is very serious, but (director) David Ayer is a psychopath. As as much as he loves the dark and exploring the disturbed side of society, it's not like you're telling jokes, but if you can just kind of in the moment try to play things a little honestly and react to these giant, huge superhero things that are happening, funny stuff can kind of happen and there can be laughs from it...," he said.
"The Mindy Project" actor also suggested the names of some of his co-stars who might back the funny parts in the film.
"Will Smith is a very funny guy, Jai Courtney is actually a very funny guy, Margot Robbie is actually funny, so I think there is going to be some moments in that that actually make people laugh," he said.