Actors don't get more insufferable than Jared Leto, and the fact that he pops up every few weeks to fan the flames of his reprehensible on-set behavior while filming Suicide Squad only further solidifies that. It's bad enough that his co-stars can't shut the flying fuck up about him, he's also content to be his own hype man in interviews. Entertainment Weekly has been rolling out the curtain matching carpet for the film, and chatted with Leto about his "process."
While speaking about the role, Leto once more makes it all about himself saying, “You’re kind of walking upon hallowed ground, and it deserves the very best that you can do. It takes over your life and that’s what I needed to do for myself.” Yeah, fuck your co-stars, focus on you, Jared.
David Ayer, likely beside himself at the chance to once again wax philosophical about the actor added, "As an actor, he’s flinging himself into the abyss on that one,” says Ayer. “And he was scary on set. He was intimidating. He’d show up and it was like, ‘Dude, you are f—-ing creepy.'" Do you think David Ayer can make it through a single fucking conversation without saying fuck?
Leto summed up his Joker experience thusly, "You don’t know what the Joker is going to do next; you never do. It was intoxicating to have no rules.” I'm glad you got to do whatever you wanted while your co-stars were acting. What a great way to be in relationship with people.