Warner Bros.' Suicide Squad is still shooting in Toronto, although we haven't seen anything from the set over the past few weeks, since the production has moved indoors at Pinewood Studios. When production was taking place on the streets of Toronto, we did see plenty of Jared Leto as The Joker, including a scene where the Batmobile is seen chasing after his exotic sports car. The actor has reportedly taken a "method" approach, staying in character the whole time he's on the set, to the point where one of his co-stars, Scott Eastwood, revealed he was afraid to approach him. Here's what Scott Eastwood had to say below.

"I think I was sort of afraid to approach him because I didn't want to mess with his thing going on. I knew him before. I'd met him before he was the Joker. I just met him as Jared Leto. I didn't know if I wanted to mess with his thing."
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Scott Eastwood also went on to praise the work of director David Ayer, revealing that the cast members primarily do all of their own stunts, and that the world will be 'surprised" about what the director is really doing.

"[David Ayer] is doing something the world will be really surprised about. We're doing a lot of our own stunts. Really physical. David is a very physical filmmaker. He wants everyone doing their own stuff. He doesn't hire guys who aren't willing to do that. I think active guys are always living with injuries. You're always dealing with an injury. That's part of it."

Scott Eastwood is actually one of the few cast members in Suicide Squad whose role has not been confirmed. There were rumors that he was playing Steve Trevor, the love interest of Wonder Woman, but we recently reported that Chris Pine is in talks for that role, so whoever Scott Eastwood is playing will remain a mystery, for now. What do you think about Scott Eastwood's Suicide Squad comments?