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Jared Leto pretended to be disabled between Morbius shoots

Jared Leto? Nope, that's Morbius

Jared Leto? Nope, that’s Morbius
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Jared Leto doesn’t know how not take things to the extreme. He has brought his method of action to alarming measures such as: Living on the streets of New York City to prepare for it Requiem for a Dream; be scary give away suicide squad fellow players Anal beads, condoms and a mouse; and he blinds himself with special lenses while playing Niander Wallace Bladerunner 2049.

But it seems Leto went too far to do it play living vampire, morbius. In conversation with Uproxx, disease Director Daniel Espinosa confirmed the rumor that Leto was so intent on playing a disabled character that he used crutches and hobbled his way to the bathroom whenever he had to, so the production had to convince the actor to use a wheelchair to use to speed up the process.

Espinosa tries to shed some light on Leto’s decision by saying, “Because I think what Jared thinks, what Jared thinks is that he kind of needed the pain of those moves, even when he was playing the normal Michael Morbius, because he had that pain.” his whole life. Even though he’s alive and strong, there must be a difference. Hey man, it’s people’s processes.”

He adds: “All actors believe in processes. And you as a director support everything that makes it the best it can be.”

if wRiter Mike Ryan notes that it must be frustrating when antics like this slow down production, Espinosa is still defending Leto’s decision. “Rather, I think the directors who don’t like actors are really frustrated by that. I find it really mysterious what they’re doing,” he replies. “Almost all actors generally have their own reputation for being an interesting person to work with their characters. I think everyone has these qualities. If you want a normal person who will only do things you understand, then you are in the wrong business.”

He continues, “It’s very hard to say, ‘I can take that role away and I’ll still get the same things from him.’ I will not do that. I see it more like: “Hey, if you do this, we have to do this.”

Espinosa also talks about Leto’s problematic method of acting in one Interview with filmmakers, where he says the actor would come to behave like a “completely disabled person”. He says: “It took him about 20 minutes to get in front of the camera because it was so hard [to walk]. It would also create pain in his body, twisting like that. But it was his job to remember the pain the character was in.”

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Andrew Schnitker

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