Taika Waititi has been announced as a cast member for the next DC extended universe movie The Suicide Squad.
Director James Gunn announced the cast via a Facebook post on Saturday (NZ time), captioning the image: "Don't get too attached".
As well as Waititi the cast includes returning actors Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney and Joel Kinnaman.
Nathan Fillion, Idris Elba, Pete Davidson, Peter Capaldi and John Cena have all been announced as joining the cast.
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The roles each new actor will play have not been revealed, although it's rumoured Elba will replace Will Smith in the role of Deadshot.
The Suicide Squad won't be a sequel to the 2016 film Suicide Squad, which was a box office success but a failure with critics.
Producer Peter Safran told movie website JoBlo he's expecting The Suicide Squad to be completely different to the 2016 film.
"It's a total reboot, so it's The Suicide Squad and I think people should be extremely excited about it," he said.
"It's everything you would hope from a James Gunn script and I think that says a lot and that promises a lot and I know that we will deliver a lot."