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Cara Delevingne Looks Even Dirtier Up Close In New ‘Suicide Squad’ Pics

Plus, the real villain of the movie might not be who you think.

This week we've learned so much about "Suicide Squad" by checking out the new covers of Empire Magazine's December issue -- like, for example, that The Joker can rock a pair of sweatpants surprisingly well, that Enchantress is not a huge fan of pants, and that Harley and Deadshot are as perfect as you want them to be.

But today (October 29), we're poised to discover even more -- images from the movie's set have finally been released online after days of floating around the Internet, and the hi-res versions are certainly something. Take, for example, this incredible shot of Cara Delevingne's Enchantress in all her mucky swamp-witch glory. Gee, how long do you think it took to get that grimed up every day for filming?

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Empire also unveiled even more pictures from the issue, including our first seriously good look at Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) and another of Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie). Another image reveals Harley in her pre-Joker days as his Arkham Asylum psychologist, Harleen Quinzel.

We also learned some details about the real Big Bad of the movie, according to the woman herself -- Amanda Waller (Viola Davis), who also appears as a character in "Arrow" and who assembles the Task Force X team. You thought Marvel's Nick Fury was the poster child of morally grey government agents? Oh man, you ain't seen nothin' yet.

“She’s relentless in her villainy,” Davis told the magazine, also revealing that she read a book called "Confessions Of A Sociopath" to prepare for the role. “When you look at her, there’s nothing that seems dangerous. Her only power is her intelligence and her complete lack of guilt.”

So in other words, The Joker had better watch out.