Maybe the role of Jared Leto in assembling Suicide squad It was much shorter than predicted, but that did not stop the actor from developing a laborious and complex system to get into a role as demanding (and so celebrated by the Oscars) as Joker. Thus, during the production of the film David Ayer the team had to deal with a Leto who never got out of character, something that in his opinion had to lead to giving gifts of questionable taste to his teammates. Condoms, sex toys, bullets for Will Smith (playing Deadshot), a porn magazine for Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Killer Croc) … or, as dropped then, a dead rat to Margot Robbie.
Due to this strict preparation, Leto did not take very well that Warner then drastically cut the footage of his character, nor did he know how to deal with the bad reviews of the film and with the decision to James Gunn of not having him in The Suicide Squad. It seems, however, that in the Zack Snyder’s Justice Leaguethere was indeed a place for him, so we will see Leto as Joker again in this eccentric HBO Max project. These days, therefore, Leto repeatedly remembers what happened with the Ayer film, and interviewed by GQ wanted to make one thing clear.
And it is that, according to the actor who recently released Small details In the United States, the idea that he gave Margot Robbie a dead rat is a lie. As a vegan, he could never have done something like that, and defends that he gave him a rat that was alive and had a name ‘Rat Rat’. She even insists that she helped Robbie take care of her by buying her food. “I never gave Margot Robbie a dead rat. That is not true. I actually gave him food. I found a place in Toronto that sold some great vegan cinnamon rolls. “ Leto defends.
As we also learned at the time, the actor ended up giving the entire cast a dead pig, something that Leto has not denied. “It was a good gift”, contaba entonces Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, “Because it had the effect of uniting us as a group against him”. Wow, no matter how good his intentions were, his teammates don’t have very fond memories of Leto. Zack Snyder’s Justice League premieres on HBO, otherwise, the March 18th, and one wonders if the interpreter has had time to make his team nervous with some other occurrence.