Will Smith said the cast of 'Suicide Squad' was the "horniest cast" he has ever worked with.
The 49-year-old actor stars as Deadshot in the DC Extended Universe movie, alongside Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang) and Jared Leto (The Joker), and said he had a "ball" working with them.
Speaking to Collider, Smith said: "I loved to work with the people in 'Suicide Squad'. I had a ball.
"Like, that group, when we come together, it is spectacular, fun and the energy of it. And without question, the horniest cast I have ever worked with."
The original movie - which was helmed by David Ayer - followed the antiheroes who had to work together to defeat the Enchantress (played by Cara Delevingne).
Now a sequel is in the works, but Ayer has stepped away from the movie to focus on 'Gotham City Sirens' and Smith admitted they don't have a date to start filming yet.
Smith previously revealed he chose to star in the 'Suicide Squad' movie rather than appearing in the 'independence Day' sequel.
The Hollywood star appeared in the original movie in 1996, but revealed why he turned down the offer to reprise his role.
He said: "I had the two screenplays in front of me for the 'Independence Day 2' and for 'Suicide Squad'. I had to choose between the two of those.
"Even the choice of going to 'Suicide Squad' - nothing about the qualities of the movie - but the choice of trying to go forward versus clinging and clawing backwards. I do want to aggressively go forward and do new things and create and hopefully be able to stumble upon a new heyday."