Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney Talk 'Suicide Squad' on 'GMA'

The actors are live in Times Square to discuss their roles in the highly anticipated new film.
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Transcript for Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney Talk 'Suicide Squad' on 'GMA'
of the "Suicide squad" stars. It's one of this summer's craziest movies. I can tell you it's crazy and good about super villains gearing up to be superheroes and save the world and they're ready for a fight. Take a look. Commander, we have hostiles up ahead. Get out of there. We're not there to fight them. We know it doesn't work. Copy that. Hey. Just say the word. Now, Joel, in this movie you're the reluctant leader of the suicide squad. How does your character find himself in that position. Because he's working under viola Davis' character, Amanda, that is one bad lady so he's got to do what she says. Let's look at his credentials. One of them is you bleed red, white and blue, which I love. I love America. I love America. Jai, your character's credential, as well. There we go. Right there. Your guy, 98 counts of burglary but he loves pink unicorns. Where did that come from. That was just a little thing that happened on set one day. We were shooting a scene all gearing up to go into battle basically and David, our director said I need -- we need a plush toy or something, some description and the props department came up with a pink unicorn and it was birth. Now it's part of the film. Pink unicorn part of your -- That's it. Haircut and part of your uniform. But also with you guys, you were very close. The whole cast seemed to be close, so close that you got a tattoo, everybody got a tattoo and, Joel, I can see yours. Can we see it? Yeah. Show me your tattoo. It says squad. I think I got the first one. You got the first one. Not only but it was given to you by will smith. Yeah. Your wife is a tattoo artist. I know. What does she think about it. She was laughing and I mean everybody else, they were getting like these little teeny ones on their feet, oh, that's what we're doing, okay, got it. Tell me that before. Courtesy of will. Yeah. And, jai, you ended up with not just one but another tattoo. I got a couple. I lost a bet to Margot Robbie about a football game back home in Australia, and, you know, I had to get the tattoo of the state where she's from on my wrist. It's mice and small, so I'm going to get it crossed out one of these days. There's no rule -- No rule against that. I can't do that. No. It's still there. Common, you got to keep that. But I got to say you guys, this movie is blowing up literally and figuratively. Amazing. A lot of action and you guys are so big you have action figures, have you seen those yet? Not in the flesh. Not in the flesh. Well, do we have a surprise for you. You know what this means, this means you are major. There you go. Jai, there you go. Joel, that's you. Your own action figures.

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