Much has been said (and even more has been 'grammed) about Jared Leto's take on the Joker in David Ayer's upcoming Suicide Squad. Leto, who apparently went full method for the part, has openly bragged about sending the rest of the Squad team thoughtful tokens of appreciation such as anal beads and used condoms. To make sure no method stone was left unturned, Leto also sent Margot Robbie a rat and had a decidedly dead pig delivered to the entire cast by one of his own henchmen. Viola Davis, however, wasn't really feeling any of Leto's Joker-inspired behavior.

"I did not receive any personally or else I would have got my husband, who was called 'the headache ball' back in the day when he played football, and I would have said 'Take care of the Joker,'" Davis told E! News during a recent interview. However, Davis admitted, Leto's donations have indeed been "very interesting" for a variety of reasons. The How to Get Away With Murder star is married to Julius Tennon, a former college football player and current actor.

Davis previously expressed her general concerns regarding Leto's full-method approach in an interview with Vanity Fair, highlighting the "commitment" it takes to pull off a never-ending marathon of weird gifts. "[Leto] did some bad things," Davis revealed back in February. "He gave some really horrific gifts. He had a henchman who would come into the rehearsal room. And the henchman came in with a dead pig and plopped it on the table, then he walked out."

Suicide Squad, which will presumably not feature extended shots of any of Leto's generous cast gifts, invades theaters on Aug. 5 with some rare PG-13 confidence