“When audiences got to see Jared Leto’s take on the Joker in Suicide Squad, they were less than enthused. Leto had reportedly gone “method” for the role, pulling gross pranks on his co-stars like sending everyone “dirty condoms and anal beads” and avoided speaking to anyone out of character.
“This resulted in a boring performance that was in no way terrifying or memorable, but certainly made life harder for everyone involved in making the movie.
“So it shouldn’t have come to a surprise to Leto when Warner Bros. decided to make a Joker spinoff movie that featured another actor.
“THR reports that Leto was “alienated and upset by the move,” to which I can only respond, “Boo hoo.””
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