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More Details Emerge About Jared Leto’s Behavior On The Set of SUICIDE SQUAD

There were a lot of previous reports that came out saying that Jared Leto was hard to work with on the set of Suicide Squad. Some said that he took his role as The Joker to the extreme and being that he’s a method actor, that shouldn’t really be a surprise.

Well, a new report from Not Yet Rated actually says that his behavior wasn’t as bad as initially stated:

“My source tells me that while working on the set of Suicide Squad, Jared Leto wasn’t as difficult with the crew as previously reported. In fact, my source claims that he’s never once heard anyone call Jared “Mr. J” in order for him to cooperate. What my source has told me, however, is that during a portion of the filming, the cast and crew were located in a prison and when filming wrapped up for the day, Jared would tell the crew to lock him up in one of the cells, keep the key and allow him to stay in the prison cell overnight.”

They even went on to add the following about Leto:

“My source also tells me that he did interact with the crew and even cracked a joke or two with them.”

Obviously, take this with a grain of salt, but it’s not the first report to suggest that Leto is going all out for his role as DC Comics’ iconic villain.

What do you make of this latest report? Sound off in the comment section below!

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