Donald Trump's national finance director also had a hand in funding some big Hollywood productions, including "Suicide Squad."

Steve Mnuchin executive produced the recently released film about a group of DC Comics villains being forced into acting like heroes. He also has producing credits on "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice," "Mad Max: Fury Road" and one Republicans would be proud of: "American Sniper."

The Dune Capital CEO is a rare Republican in Hollywood, which is usually known as a liberal bastion.

"You'd be surprised how many secret Republicans there are in Hollywood," Mnuchin told Showbiz411 at the "Suicide Squad" premiere earlier this week.

He also used the opportunity to dispel the notion that the Trump campaign has a fundraising problem, especially considering the $80 million his team procured in July.

"It's a unique time for an outsider to come to Washington and make a difference," Mnuchin said.

According to the Wrap, Mnuchin might have one thing in common with the likes of "Suicide Squad" villains Harley Quinn and Deadshot: a shady history. He was sued for taking money stolen by Bernie Madoff — a suit that was dropped because of time restrictions — and was accused by Relatively Media of "violating bankruptcy procedures and for delaying the release of a movie recently considered to be the studio's savior."

Mnuchin, who has been serving as Trump's national fundraising chairman, was named Friday to the Republican nominee's economic advisory team.