Suicide Squad, undoubtedly the most-anticipated film, is set to release not before 2016. But ever since the film has gone into production, fans have definitely been getting their dose of spoilers through on-the-sets leaked images.

While some images hint at a big cameo by Super-Man, others suggest the film will take fans through the origin of The Joker. And surprisingly, both the images come from members of the crew themselves (which obviously, were immediately deleted).

One of the images was posted by Joel Kinnaman, who plays Rick Flagg. The photo shows Kinnaman posing with co-star Kevin Vance and Tom Holland (Marvel's newest Spider-Man) on the sets.

Click Here to view the photo, which has Holland holding a gun, which Joel has captioned: 'We had a Marvel intruder on set today. Just in case those spidey senses stop working we got Tommie loaded up.'

Before the actor could delete the photo, fans were quick enough to get a snapshot. And many wonder why and what was Holland doing on the sets of the DC film.

The big question here is: Will Spider-Man appear in Suicide Squad? Well, it's unlikely because we all know that Spider-Man is a Marvel superhero and "Suicide Squad" is a DC Comic franchise. Though fans have been dying to see a possible crossover, it may not happen anytime soon. The picture could just mean that Holland stopped by to visit Kinnaman on the sets of the film.

The other photos were shared by Ingrid Kleinig, who is Margot Robbie's stunt double in the movie. They are big leaks as they give out a lot about the plot of the film. It strongly hints that David Ayer will narrate The Joker's origin story.

Batman-News pointed that the photos reveal a scene, which will take place at Ace Chemicals, the place where Joker fell into a vat of chemicals, giving him his trademark white skin, green hair, and red lips.

Click Here to view all the photos, which, according to the website were also shared by other "Suicide Squad" crew members only to be deleted immediately.

"Suicide Squad" is set to release on 5 August 2016.