Cara Delevingne Wanted To Kill Someone After Her 'Suicide Squad' Audition

Why so furious?

If things don't work out for Cara Delevingne in the role of Enchantress in "Suicide Squad," she could always channel her anger issues into a robust career as She-Hulk.

The "Paper Towns" actress was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" Wednesday (July 22), where she revealed that she left her "Suicide Squad" audition in a state of frothing, murderous rage -- which is doubly amazing when you consider that she didn't even know at the time what she was auditioning for.

"David [Ayer] has a really amazing skill for riling up a lot of emotion in you, so by the time I left I literally wanted to kill someone, I was so angry," she said.

And while the first teaser for the film only included a couple glimpses of Cara angrily scowling at things, it sounds like she'll be channeling the fury every time she puts on the Enchantress persona.

"A mousy kind of scientist and then a crazy feral witch," she said, describing the dual role she plays. "Which is great! Both sides of my personality!"

Cara and "Suicide Squad" will rage into theaters in August 2016.