The new “Suicide Squad” trailer is here, showing the villains in more action.
The new look at the upcoming comic-book film dropped Tuesday night during “DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League”…
Springer co-produced “Tron: Legacy” and exec produced “Oblivion.” Leto was last seen in “Suicide Squad” as The Joker.
He will next appear with Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford in Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049.” Paramount announced on Feb.
Leto's performance as a transgender woman in Dallas Buyers Club (2013) earned him an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Leto is considered to be a method actor, known for his constant devotion to and research of his roles.
These are just a few of the qualities a great leader must have. And it is you who will make a decision that will help shape the world for generations to come. In fact, he’s spent his 22-year career confounding expectations and swan-diving off the pop-culture grid. (It doesn’t have a penis-shaped trampoline in the backyard.) “I’ll go get Jared, cool? Jared walks into the living room, clutching a bowl of oatmeal like it’s a newborn. In my mind, Jared Leto is one of the last true Hollywood mysteries. (More on this later.) or on late-night shows—and basically any other time he isn’t acting or performing with his band, Thirty Seconds to Mars—he looks very chill. Around 2014, he sported a full beard and long hair. It makes me think that maybe when he was developing his Joker, he wasn’t taking cues from comic books or Jack Nicholson. Even when you were a kid, you didn’t want to be famous? I remember after the success of Heath Ledger’s Joker thinking no one would want to take on that role again. I’m sure that I considered everything when I got the call. Number one, Heath Ledger: Not only was he perfect as the Joker—perfect. Not only was he perfect in that role, but it’s probably one of the best performances, not just of a villain but maybe one of the best performances on film, period. Then you have 75 years that the Joker has been written about and brought to life by artists. Will Smith recently said that he’s never actually met Jared Leto, just the Joker. That’s actually my belief: People should believe whatever they want to believe. And I think that’s the interesting thing about a creative life: It usually puts you on a road slightly less traveled.
Paramount Pictures has hired Jared Leto to direct the police thriller “77,” in what will be the actor’s feature directorial debut.
Leto previously helmed the documentary “Artifact,” which won an award at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival.
“Tron 3” has been in development as a sequel to 2010’s “Tron: Legacy,” which was directed by Joseph Kosinski and grossed 0 million worldwide, but has not yet greenlit “Tron 3.” “Tron: Legacy” was a sequel to the 1982 movie “Tron,” starring Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner inside a computer world.
Garrett Hedlund portrayed the son of Bridges’ character in “Legacy,” while Olivia Wilde portrayed a humanized algorithm.
Hearst hid out in Los Angeles that year with her kidnappers from the Symbionese Liberation Army but managed to escape before six SLA members were gunned down in a shootout with the LAPD.