British actress Cara Delevingne says she felt like she was losing her "f***ing mind" while filming for director David Ayer's Suicide Squad.
The supermodel-turned-supervillain, who stars as Enchantress in the much-anticipated new comic book movie, has revealed she fantasised about killing people in "demonic" moments during shooting, imagining she was murdering people for real.
Playing Enchantress, a 6,000-year-old witch spirit that has possessed the archaeologist June Moone, meant Cara had to get immersed into her evil character from the start.
"I tried to imagine the darkest s**t for a long time, like seeing people crumble and their skin melt in front of me or making people implode and trying to use my imagination in dark ways," Cara told The Sun newspaper.
"I remember seeing a guy behind a bar cutting up a cucumber then seeing him cut all the way up his hand and I thought, 'I'm losing my f***ing mind'," the 23-year-old added.
Cara was seen in the 2015 fantasy film Pan where she played the role of a mermaid before David Ayer's Suicide Squad.
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