Suicide Squad is under scrutiny following claims that Cara Delevingne was digitally slimmed down for her role as Enchantress.
A new in-depth video breaks down the complicated visual effects in the Oscar-winning movie, including Cara's otherworldly costume. But Cara pre-costume and Cara post-costume look very different—and it's not just down to the extravagant CGI outfit.
The comparison begins with the model and actress in nude underwear and covered in minimal body art, before visual effects are layered on top of her body for the powerful sorceress' transformation.
But it appears that Cara's waist has been made smaller, and her stomach has been flattened.
One fan complained via a comment: "They edited Cara's body way too much."
Another one asked: "Did they make Delevingne's waist look smaller?...wtf..."
David Ayer's movie won an Oscar for Best Makeup earlier this year, and speaking about preparing for her role in the antihero comic adaptation, Cara told Esquire: "I tried to imagine the darkest s**t for a long time like seeing people crumble and their skin melt in front of me or making people implode and trying to use my imagination in dark ways.
"When I was in the outfit, I was far more demonic than I'm shown on screen, my character definitely felt evil and living in that was very emotional. I studied addiction, desperation, that void. It was draining, desperate, exhilarating, and maddening."
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com/uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.