Jared Leto Felt Like Destroying Something Beautiful. Well, Beautiful To Him

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Jared Leto Felt Like Destroying Something Beautiful. Well, Beautiful To Him

By Jodi Clager | Trade News | November 29, 2012 | Comments ()


Jared Leto. Dude. Hiring Terry "Just The Tip" Richardson to photograph your weight loss for the movie The Dallas Buyer's Club is indulgent and kind of gross. I imagine Uncle Terry asked you to sit on his lap and talk about the first thing that came up. That guy is just grotesque. I understand why you did it. Matthew McConaughey is getting all of the press for his weight loss as Ron Woodruff and you wanted your miniscule slice of the emaciated pie.


Leto is playing a cross-dresser with HIV, which also explains his lack of eyebrows. You need to be able to draw those bitches on without hair getting in your way. I fully expect Leto to follow up his weight gain for Chapter 27 (which Richardson also lovingly documented) and then his weight loss for this movie with a role where he goes full method with breast implants. It's all about the craft.



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  • L.O.V.E.

    Its butthole day,

    Its butthole day,

    Recite it out loud like your Sidney Poitier.

  • Sofia

    What makes Terry Richardson a good photographer, exactly? I could take b&w pictures with a flash, too.

    Seriously, I wanna know.

  • Strand

    It's due to backlash against glossy glamour photography. It's meant to be edgy and unpretentious, but has the complete opposite effect... combined with being gross and predatory.

    The guy's a talentless hack but his name is enough to keep him in business for a very, very long time.

  • Sofia

    That makes sense, thanks!

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    It's that not-so-subtle sensation of it being greasy (even through a monitor) and likely to get you arrested that nets him the big bucks. But don't worry, it'll also eventually end him up on all the sex offender registries.

  • BWeaves

    Who is this person?

    Is he pretending to be John Hinckley in fat mode?

  • He played John Hinckley in that film, yes.

  • Natallica

    No, he actually played another fat deranged killer: Mark David Chapman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C...

  • Shows how much I give a damn about Jared Leto's acting when he's not being beaten for being too pretty.

  • Natallica

    I don't know what is more appalling: Leto's douchebaggery or Richardson deluding himself into thinking he's a good photographer

  • damnitjanet

    When I first saw the photos of Leto with no eyebrows, I thought it was his homage to Pink, as in "In the Flesh". Just "Run Like Hell" and get a burger, dude.

  • zeke_the_pig

    'Why not try acting, dear boy?'
    Oh that's right - you can't.

  • John G.

    See, the secret is, Terry Richardson just loves his guns. He realizes he has to put celebrities in the pictures to get the published, but sooner or later, his beloved guns come out.

  • ,

    I'll never understand why directors don't just hire fat actors for fat roles and skinny actors for skinny roles. Or why you'd ugly up beautiful actors for ugly roles. What, there aren't any fat/skinny/ugly actors who could use a payday? (Danny Trejo doesn't count.)

    Doing otherwise just seems like a naked plea for publicity.

    Maybe I just answered my own question.

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