Scott Eastwood on Playing the Good Guy in 'Suicide Squad'

"Suicide Squad" hits theaters this Friday.

— -- The highly-anticipated premiere of "Suicide Squad" is just two days away.

Actor Scott Eastwood joined "GMA" this morning to discuss the hype surrounding the film and revealed what it's like playing good guy Lieutenant GQ Edwards in charge of a group of villains.

"It was fun, like babysitting," he joked. "It was great," he said. "Will (Smith) and Margot (Robbie) and Jared (Leto), they're just the best."

Eastwood said director David Ayer called him directly about the role.

"He called me on my cell [saying], 'I have this thing, I don't really have a script, but would you come and do it?' and I said, 'Yea, I'll do a thing for you.'"

The remaining "Suicide Squad" cast stopped by ABC's Times Square studio Tuesday to discuss their friendships off-camera.

"We have a 'Squad' text and pretty much, probably 60 to 80 times between 9 a.m. and 3 a.m. it goes off, so we got to keep in touch with the things that are going on," Will Smith said.

The actors sealed their bond by giving each another matching tattoos that read "Skwad."

Eastwood said he and Will Smith were the only cast members to opt out of the daring deed.

"Suicide Squad" hits theaters this Friday.