Jared in Los Angeles – Candids

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The DailyMail posted some pics of Jared going for a hike in Los Angeles. We added them to our Gallery.

[x005] In Los Angeles – 06 Dec 2014

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Jared Leto Is The Joker: 9 Reasons Why He’s The Right Clown For The Job

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It’s official: as rumored, Jared Leto is the Joker.

The “Dallas Buyers Club” Oscar winner and 30 Seconds to Mars frontman will play the Clown Prince of Crime for David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad,” the DC Comics movie starring a metric butt ton of superstar actors including Will Smith, Tom Hardy, and maybe (maybe) Oprah Winfrey. How’s that for a cast?

Still, it’s Leto’s upcoming turn as the Joker that we can’t stop thinking about. He has huge, clown-sized shoes to fill, following on the heels of Joker legends like Cesar Romero, Jack Nicholson, Mark Hamill (voice only, but that’s all he needs!), and the late, great Heath Ledger. Does Leto have what it takes to live up to the Joker’s legacy? We certainly have plenty of reasons to be intrigued.

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‘Suicide Squad’ Cast Officially Announced

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From JustJared

suicide-squad-cast-officially-announcedThe full cast of the highly anticipated DC comic book movie Suicide Squad has officially been announced and it is full of stars!

Will Smith (as Deadshot), Tom Hardy (as Rick Flagg), Cara Delevingne (as Enchantress), and Jai Courtney (as Boomerang) will be joining the previously rumored Jared Leto (as The Joker) and Margot Robbie (as Harley Quinn) in the film.

The story “centers on the team of super villains who are given a chance at redemption by the government. The catch: Their mission will probably kill them all,” according to Variety.

Suicide Squad will be hitting theaters on August 5, 2016. It will be directed by David Ayer and start shooting this April in Toronto.

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Jared Leto Is Ready to Return to Acting

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From The Hollywood Reporter

Jared Leto didn’t spend a lot of time checking his watch at the Oscars this year. “It was such a f–ing crazy time; it’s all such a blur,” he says. But the actor-singer recalls that awards season was when he first began thinking about timepieces — and time itself — in a serious way. Something about winning that best supporting actor trophy for his turn opposite Matthew McConaughey in Dallas Buyers Club — and getting styled with high end watches from the likes of Piaget and Harry Winston for the red carpet — must have put him in a philosophical mood. “I think time is a way to have some sense of understanding and control in a universe filled with chaos,” he muses. “There’s a lofty, big conversation to have about time and the way we measure it and the tools we use to do that.”

Keeping track of the hours is important to Leto, 42, for more practical reasons as well. He has been wildly busy since winning his Oscar — although not with acting. Putting his film career on hold, he has spent much of last year on a world tour with his band, Thirty Seconds to Mars, a hard art-rock group that includes Leto’s older brother, Shannon. After stops in Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Bangkok, Tokyo and Sydney, among other cities, the tour continues through April with gigs in Johannesburg, Moscow and Minsk, Belarus. “The more you travel the planet, the more you realize we all have so much in common,” he says. While jetting around the globe with his band, Leto managed to find time to design his own series of plastic quartz wristwatches, including one featuring the Thirty Seconds to Mars’ triad symbol (“It has to do with energy, with creativity,” he says cryptically), which are sold on the group’s website.

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Jared for Bystander Revolution: Anyone Can Change – Video

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New Jared in Fast Company Generation Flux Nov 2014 Issue – Photoshoot Pics

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João Canziani posted some Photoshoot pics of Jared for the Fast Company Generation Flux November 2014 Issue on his website. To see them click on the image below.

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Jared Leto: The Hollywood Reporter Watch Issue – Picture

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The Hollywood Reporter posted a new picture of Jared. To see it in full size click on the image below.

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Jared Leto Lets Us Into His World Of ‘Mad Men’ With Thirty Seconds To Mars Documentary Series

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From MTV. There is also a video but sadly its not available in all countries. Click HERE to watch or on the image below.

Hey Echelon: Now’s your chance to get up close and very personal with Thirty Seconds To Mars and frontman Jared Leto. No, you don’t get to wordlessly hug Leto while crying — at least not any time soon. The band is launching their tour documentary series, “Into The Wild,” come November 30.

“I think people can expect to see in this series, this documentary series, a very personal look at the inner workings of Thirty Seconds To Mars — what it’s like to really be on the road and to tour like mad men,” Leto told MTV News of “Into The Wild.”

The series — which will run on social site VyRT — follows the band on their Guinness World Record-breaking, two-and-half-year-long world tour, “Into The Wild.” The epic documentary, directed by Bartholomew Cubbins (who is definitely not Jared Leto) and produced by the frontman, will run roughy 19 episodes and will feature footage from every single concert. We’ll also get a pretty extensive look behind the scenes.

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Jared Leto Dodged Those Joker Rumors With Some Familiar Words

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From MTV Sadly the videos is not available in all countries.

It’s nearly been two weeks since it was reported that Jared Leto was “circling” the role of the Joker in “Suicide Squad,” DC’s supervillain-filled take on “The Dirty Dozen,” and we haven’t heard much beyond the initial talk.

So we decided to go to the man himself.

When MTV spoke with Leto about the upcoming Thirty Seconds to Mars documentary series “Into the Wild,” we asked him if there is any truth to the Joker talk, and this is what he had to say…

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Jared in Adweek – Pics, Interview + Video

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From Adweek There are some more pics of Jared on their website you can see them HERE

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More than any city in the world, Los Angeles defines creativity. It is shaped by a massive entertainment industry, storied creative agencies and a burgeoning maker and startup culture. But its creative energy also is driven by the powerful intangibles of optimism and renewal. And with digital technology linking it not only to Chicago and New York but also South America and Asia, L.A. will only grow as the world’s creative center. That’s why Adweek last month invited a group at the heart of this business and city to discuss opportunities and challenges of living and working among the most creative doers and dreamers.

Jared, with so many creative tools at your disposal, do you have to be more curator than creative?
Jared Leto, actor/musician/digital entrepreneur: No, not really. Thankfully, I don’t have those kind of rules in place. I basically get to do whatever I feel like doing, and that’s my job as an artist. When you think of the greatest things of all time, whether it’s advertising or whether it’s art, the word risk is somewhere in there, right? And if you’re paying attention to the rules, you’re not risking very much. So my job is to not follow rules, that’s the job of the artist.

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