Jared Leto accidentally let slip the name of the new Tron movie last night, in his excitement on announcing he's fully on board the forthcoming sequel.
David Ayer has continued to lend his support to fans campaigning to see his preferred cut of 'Suicide Squad'.
Sony has confirmed that it's postponing the releases of its two summer tentpole movies, Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Marvel movie Morbius.
Jared Leto is probably wishing he was still in the desert right about now.The actor and 30 Seconds to Mars frontman recently emerged from a 12-day desert-based silent meditation, where he was completely cut off from the outside world and thus from any news of the coronavirus pandemic.“Wow. 12 days ago I began a silent meditation in the desert,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “We were totally isolated. No phone, no communication etc. We had no idea what was happening outside the facility.”Also Read: Colbert Interrupts Coronavirus Hiatus to Deliver 'Late Show' Monologue From His Bubble Bath (Video)“Walked out yesterday into a very different world. One that’s been changed forever,” he continued. “Mind blowing — to say the least. I’m getting messages from friends and family all around the globe and catching up on what’s going on. Hope you and yours are ok. Sending positive energy to all. Stay inside. Stay safe.”Now, Leto must plunge into isolation and practice social-distancing. Except now, instead of voluntarily going on a spirit-cleansing desert escape, he’ll be stuck inside like the rest of us.Leto’s experience is not dissimilar from the cast of “Big Brother” Germany. All 14 participants have been cut off from outside communication — as is customary on reality shows — and will be informed of the coronavirus pandemic for the first time tonight on live television, according to several news organizations including The Guardian and German publication Radio Times.View this post on Instagram ❤️A post shared by JARED LETO (@jaredleto) on Mar 16, 2020 at 10:26pm PDTRead original story Jared Leto ‘Totally Isolated’ in 12-Day Desert Meditation, Emerges to Learn of Coronavirus (and Re-Isolate Himself) At TheWrap
First trailer for "Morbius" starring Jared Leto lands within hours of Joaquin Phoenix earning an Oscar nomination for taking over as Joker.
Margot Robbie's antiheroine breaks up (and possibly blows up) former flame Mr. J, signaling Jared Leto's departure from the DC movie universe.
Even Margot Robbie was confused by Harley Quinn’s romance with Jared Leto’s Joker in Suicide Squad.
Three years after “Suicide Squad” hit theaters and was trounced with bad reviews, its writer-director, David Ayer, once again has expressed his frustration with the final product, writing in an Instagram post Sunday how it drifted from its original intention of centering on Harley Quinn and Joker’s relationship.“Movies are fragile. They are like dreams, haunting moments that run from your vision. They have their own logic and truth,” Ayer wrote as caption to a previously unseen image of Jared Leto as Joker. ”If you change the destination after the trip is complete is it still the same journey? The spine of Suicide Squad was Harley’s journey. In many ways it was her movie, her escaping her relationship with Joker was the major emotional through line. A director holds an invisible compass in their hands. It guides every shot, every performance. That compass points to the destination.”He concluded: “If the desintation [sic] changes did the journey even happen?”Also Read: 'Suicide Squad': Here's What David Ayer Would Have Done DifferentlyView this post on Instagram Movies are fragile. They are like dreams, haunting moments that run from your vision. They have their own logic and truth. If you change the destination after the trip is complete is it still the same journey? The spine of Suicide Squad was Harley’s journey. In many ways it was her movie, her escaping her relationship with Joker was the major emotional through line. A director holds an invisible compass in their hands. It guides every shot, every performance. That compass points to the destination. If the desintation changes did the journey even happen? @margotrobbie @jaredleto filmmaking jokerA post shared by David Ayer (@davidayermovies) on Nov 3, 2019 at 10:30am PSTAlso Read: Does the 'Suicide Squad' Extended Cut Fix the Movie? NopeWhen the film starring Leto, Margot Robbie and Will Smith came out in August 2016, the reviews were crushing, earning a paltry 27% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.“Nothing hurts more than to pick up a newspaper and see a couple years of your blood, sweat and tears ripped to shreds. The hate game is so strong out there,” Ayers tweeted at the time.“Suicide Squad” was widely panned by critics, who criticized the plot, directing and screenplay, although Smith and Robbie’s performances received praise. And, still, the film grossed over $745.6 million worldwide.Read original story ‘Suicide Squad’ Director David Ayer Disses First Film, Shares New Photo of Jared Leto as Joker At TheWrap
Jared Leto really wants to play The Joker again, even though Joaquin Phoenix has his own solo film as the villain on the way.
Read more First look at Jared Leto as Morbius, the Living VampireThere is a certain group of Hollywood stars who are giving new meaning to the phrase “growing old gracefully,” and by new meaning, we mean they never seem to grow old at all.Yep, these A-listers seem to have sold their souls for eternal youth, or have a portrait growing old in their attics because their faces are looking as young as they did 20 years ago.Don’t believe us? Here’s 20 to prove our never-aging theory.
Ben Affleck's tenure as the caped crusader is over, while the rumoured Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie is on, according to reports.
Leto unveiled his 'clown prince of crime' in Suicide Squad, but it appears that executives at Warner Bros may have somewhat short memories.