'Suicide Squad' Villains Become Heroes in Real Life

Margot Robbie and Jai Courtney recently proved that sometimes the bad guys are actually the good guys.

'Suicide Squad' Villains Visit Little Girl's Lemonade Stand and Become IRL Heroes
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Apart from giving each other tattoos and pet rats, the Suicide Squad actors also like to perform charitable acts of kindness.

Margot Robbie and Jai Courtney, who recently finished filming the highly anticipated comic book adaptation in Toronto, took some time off to visit the lemonade stand of a 5 year-old girl, Na'ama Uzan. Make no mistake, this isn't an ordinary sidewalk business. According to CTV News, Uzan has successfully raised $64,000 to support research for Angelman Syndrome. Her older brother, Nadav, suffers from this rare neurological disorder.

“I heard about Na'ama's story and what she was doing for her brother, Nadav, and I just think it's so inspiring,” Courtney told CTV News. “It just shows that there's no act too small when you're talking about making a difference.”

Robbie was also inspired by the lemonade stand and explained how it brought back her childhood memories. “I used to do all kinds of little stands like this when I was little, and I'd just spend the profits on lollies at the corner store,” she said. “So I'm glad she's doing something far more noble with the cause!”

Make sure to check out the sweet video below.

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