Last weekend, Will Smith and Margot Robbie's comic book teamup flick Suicide Squad opened, and despite mixed reviews, the actors are still hitting the promotion trail and having some fun!
Smith has had a blast making the rounds advertising Squad by rapping on Stephen Colbert's late show and entering The Tonight Show in the most EPIC epic way, but when the 47-year-old stopped by BBC Radio 1 with Robbie, they were in for a surprise!
That's because the two costars ended up playing a game of Playground Insults where the Hollywood hotties had to serve up some disses directed at the other person and keep a straight face the WHOLE TIME! If you're curious, Margot serves up some WICKED burns — including dissing Big Willie's peen and a sick I Am Legend diss!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious game for yourself (below) as the SuicideSquad stars crack each other up and let us know if you think you could keep a straight face!
After Stephen asked the star about his relationship Katy Perry's man, The Fifty Shades Of Grey star chimed in saying he knew Bloom a bit but "better after today." If that's not enough, Dornan also revealed his feelings on losing UK's Rear of the Year to Tom Hiddleston! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious clip (below) as the two celebs can't stop talking about Orlando's fully bloomed penis!
The audience went crazy as Will ran across the stage to grab the mic, and proceeded to spit out all the lyrics to his 1991 R&B track. (No DJ Jazzy Jeff cameo, but we can dream.) Take a look (above)!
After the surprise performance, Will sat back down to explain why he didn't join the rest of his Squad costars in getting tattoos — then he got existential with Colbert in a funny segment of Big Questions With Even BiggerStars.
Ch-ch-check out the rest of Will's interview (below)!
The team and fans honored the 24-year-old, with every player wearing Fernández's No. 16 jersey, as a video of the athlete played throughout the stadium to a trumpet version of Take Me Out to the Ball Game.
After the Marlins' win, the team placed their hats on the pitcher's mound in honor as the crowd chanted Fernandez's name: