Scott Eastwood Will Shoot in DC Comics Film Suicide Squad

A cowboy, a supervillain or a superhero? Scott Eastwood is changing his cowboy hat in favour of the DC Comics film.

The actor, 29, announced that he will shoot in the coming-soon supervillain film named Suicide Squad, but did not say who his character is.

The actor confirmed the information himself to Entertainment Tonight on March 30.

Scott Eastwood is a son of a famous actor and film director Clint Eastwood. Scott tries to stray far from his last romance drama character in The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks. He acts as a professional bull rider who is dating a college girl.

The Warner Brothers comic-book motion is about a government-organized task to force rascal super-humans to perform various insecure missions in exchange for less severe sentences. The actor will join a star-studded cast whose challenging task is to reprise main characters from comics.

The cast already includes Margot Robbie (who played in The Wolf of Wall Street's) performing Harley Quinn, Will Smith who is acting as Deadshot and Jared Leto, who is already working on his iconic Joker.

Cara Delevingne, the supermodel who has just debuted in a feature-film (which is adaptation of Paper Towns by John Green), is going to perform Enchantress.