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After all of the hullabaloo surrounding the set of Suicide Squad, director David Ayer promised fans that outdoor shooting was over, so they could continue interneting without fear of spoilers.

Looks like he lied.

Here's Will Smith's character Deadshot repelling down a building wall, and the whole shoot was caught by fans so we can agonize over every detail! Enjoy!

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All this week Suicide Squad has been filming all over Toronto with actress Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn) and a couple of stuntmen filming an epic car chase with The Joker in a Lamborghini and Batman's signature ride tearing up the streets of Canada.

Check out some fan videos and stills from the action below, but beware: here there by Spoilers!

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DC's Suicide Squad is well under way filming for a release in August, 2016. Following the story of a team of iconic villains who run secret missions for the Government to gain amnesty, Suicide Squad will be the cinematic debut of fan favorite, Harley Quinn.

The Joker's long time girlfriend, the two were caught on set having something of an argument, but we always knew their relationship was tumultuous. Joker and Harley, are played by Jared Leto and Margot Robbie.

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Claiming that they were the only once to get the chance at documenting behind the scenes of filming on the 2016 summer movie Suicide Squad.

The video doesn't give anything away, but it's neat to see the set up that goes into shooting such a big movie. Also, the reporter gets way too excited about Will Smith's chair.

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Get hyped, Batman fans, and while we're at it, all you tens of 60 Seconds to Mars fans should get hyped, too. Jared Leto is getting ready to play a joke on the DC Universe.

In his latest instagram post, he wants you to know he's taking this seriously. The Killing Joke by Alan Moore is a classic Batman-book that gives us a look into the criminal master-mind's origins.

Suicide Squad can't come soon enough.

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