Some of the best portions of movies do not include the acting, special effects, or even the story line but are offered in the moments shared between co-stars. Suicide Squad is said to be one of the top ten movies of the century and the actors found in this film are some of the greatest of all time, including the gorgeous Margot Robbie and the forever talented Will Smith. Though the two dominated on screen, their hilarious personalities were depicted in some good humor when they traded insults in an interview.
In a game called, “Playground Insults,” the actors had the opportunity to diss each other with the promise of not taking any of the jokes seriously. Robbie started the digs by stating that Will Smith is incredibly old; old enough that she had to Google what The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actually was. Unable to offer a comeback because he was laughing too hard, Smith passed on his opportunity to insult the blonde beauty.
Margot continued her merciless slew of insults by saying Will was the most unattractive member of his movie, I Am Legend. That was it for the actor and he told Robbie that the only reason she was able to insult him was because she harbored animosity over the fact that Smith had been intimate with her mother. In one final jab to Smith’s ego, Robbie said that her mother did not call Smith back because his nickname, “Big Willy,” was misleading.
Convincingly, life should never be taken too seriously. Working on a movie entails that life-long friendships will develop, and this is undoubtedly the case for Margot Robbie and Will Smith. Their ability to trade innocent insults demonstrates just how silly life can be if you let it.