Less Art

"I turned up to discuss my look, expecting we'd have a long discussion and slowly he refine it," says Courtney, "David [Ayer] just walked right in, picked up some clippers and started shearing chunks of hair off my head, Eventually he said, 'You look like bad news.' Then he left."

Elsewhere Ayer made Joel Kinnaman (Rick Flag) watch classified military videos the actor describes as "horrific shit," and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Killer Croc) listened to tapes of Japanese cannibal Issei Sagawa while having his prosthetic make up applied. [source]

We need a documentary on the making of Suicide SquadFarts of Darkness.


Previously on Adam Riff™:
On May 1, Adam Robot and I each drafted 10 films set for release between May 1 and August 31. Whoever's slate earns the most money domestically by Labour Day wins. I won a pre-draft game of rock-paper-scissors to select first, after which we alternated selections.


As of August 1:
 

Jon
1. Captain America: Civil War $406,938,832
2. Finding Dory $469,115,677
3. Suicide Squad
4. Independence Day: Resurgence $101,964,419
5. Star Trek Beyond $106,474,717
6. Jason Bourne $59,215,365
7. Now You See Me 2 $64,554,806
8. The Purge: Election Year $78,392,445
9. The Conjuring 2 $102,119,412
10. The Secret Life of Pets $296,882,885
$1,685,658,558

 

Adam Robot
1. The BFG $52,146,349
2. Alice Through the Looking Glass $76,645,512
3. X-Men: Apocalypse $155,442,489
4. Ghostbusters $106,497,206
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows $81,372,038
6. Warcraft $47,225,655
7. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising $55,340,730
8. Pete's Dragon
9. Central Intelligence $125,300,228
10. Ice Age: Collision Course $42,598,462
$742,568,669

 
Let's check in on Adam Robot:

In order to beat me, he needs Pete's Dragon to earn at least a billion dollars.

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