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EXXXCLUSIVE Preview of Jared Leto Empire Magazine Interview

Written by Jude Terror on Monday, October 26 2015 and posted in News with Benefits

EXXXCLUSIVE Preview of Jared Leto Empire Magazine Interview

Leto graces the cover of an upcoming issue, and The Outhouse has the scoop on the contents!

Source: via CBR

They love you when you're on all the covers; when you're not, they love another. That's why it's a good thing for Jared Leto that he's on the cover of the upcoming Empire Magazine to promote DC's Suicide Squad film. Wearing little more than a trenchcoat made from the pelts of over four hundred blue-tailed day geckos, the popular actor is flanked by the words "psycho" and "killer" on the cover, in case anyone is unclear about what psychopathic killer The Joker is all about.

"The worms will live in every host," said the beautiful Leto in a quote from the magazine's in-depth interview, discussing the demands placed on an actor when filming a big budget superhero flick. "It's hard to pick which one they eat most."

Leto has been the subject of criticism for his try-hard Jugallo-inspired look in the film, but he assures readers that most of the problems were just "nobodies" who "wanna be somebodies," adding, "We're dead. We know just who we are."

The last actor to play The Joker in a film, Heath Ledger, died in 2008 from a prescription drug overdose combined with prolonged exposure to the Olsen Twins. However, Leto promises that fans don't need to worry about him, as he doesn't even like drugs. "But the drugs like me," he added. Leto's opinion on Olsen Twins is unknown at this time.

Sitting down with Empire reporters over a dinner of cake and sodomy, Leto went into details on his inspiration, filming schedule, and plans to return for a possible sequel. "She tells me I'm a pretty bullet," Leto explained. "An imitation Christ. I've got love songs in my head that are killing us away." The confused interviewers simply nodded their heads in agreement.

Early reports from test-screenings of the film indicate that fans left praying that their life was just a dream, so tangled in their sins that they cannot escape. However, Leto takes a more optimistic viewpoint on the upcoming release, claiming that he doesn't mind fans keeping him on pins and needles. "If I could stick to you, and you could stick me too," Leto admitted, he would be happy with the film's reception.

Suicide Squad will hit theaters in August, 2016. There is no dress code at most theaters, but Leto recommends "amphetamines for boys and crucifixes for ladies," for those looking to be fashion forward.





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