He’s currently at work in New York City on his upcoming Apple TV+ series WeCrashed, about the rise and fall of office space company WeWork and its CEO Adam Neumann.
But Jared Leto took a break from filming on Saturday to work on his impressive age-defying physique with a workout session at a gym.
The ever-youthful 49-year-old actor and musician was spotted leaving the gym while rocking a playful body building–themed tank top reading ‘All Pain. No Gains.’
Staying in shape: Jared Leto, 49, looked fit and sporty in all-black athletic clothes after a high-intensity gym session in Manhattan on Saturday
The spooky shirt featured a playfully gory image on the front of a grinning skeleton emerging from a person’s disintegrating flesh.
He kept the rest of his look low-key with black North Face track pants and matching black trainers.
He also carried a black bandana with him and wore a pale pink mask to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, plus aviator sunglasses.
The Thirty Seconds to Mars singer looked like he need to rehydrate after his workout as he downed a bottle of water.
Spooky: Jared wore a gory tank top reading ‘All Pain. No Gains’ and showing a grinning skeleton bursting forth from disintegrating flesh. He also wore black North Face track pants and trainers
The Requiem For A Dream actor is currently starring in WeCrashed as the disgraced WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann.
WeWork, which essentially creates stylish office spaces, was at one time valued at $90 billion by Goldman Sachs, though the value would later be drastically slashed, according to the New York Post.
The company’s value cratered after concerns about self-dealing and drug use from Neumann came to light in 2019, and he was forced to step down with an enormous golden parachute including $245 million in stock, $200 million in cash, and refinancing on a $432 million loan, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The former CEO was noted for his rockstar-like lifestyle, so a real rockstar would seem to be the ideal person to play him.
Joining him in the cast of the high-profile series is fellow Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway, who plays Neumann’s wife Rebekah Neumann.
Real life: Jared stars as disgraced WeWork CEO Adam Neumann in the Apple TV+ series WeCrashed, with Anne Hathaway (R) playing his wife Rebekah Neumann; seen on June 8 in NYC
The real thing: Neumann was forced to step down from the company in 2019 when reports of drug use and self-dealing came to light; seen with Rebekah (R) in 2018 in NYC
The two A-listers have been spotted together filming several affectionate outdoor scenes around New York City throughout the past month.
Earlier this month, America Ferrera was seen acting opposite Anne, but it wasn’t until this week that she was officially announced as part of the cast.
The Superstore actress will play Elishia Kennedy, ‘a brilliant young entrepreneur seduced into joining WeWork whose life is turned upside down as a result,’ according to the official synopsis.
Although Jared didn’t release any films in 2020, he has more than made up for it with new releases this year.
He starred with Denzel Washington and Rami Malek in the crime thriller The Little Things as a suspect in a string of serial murders committed in the 1990s.
Spooky: Jared had several high-profile projects released in 2021, including the crime thriller The Little Hours, which starred Denzel Washington and Rami Malek
He also reprised his controversial version of the Joker for Zack Snyder’s highly anticipated director’s cut of Justice League, which was released for streaming on HBO Max.
The longer cut, at an endurance-testing four hours, proved to be considerably more popular with critics, who had lambasted the Joss Whedon–completed theatrical version.
It was also a hit with fans who had clamored online for years to see Snyder’s original version of the film.
Later this year, Jared will appear in Ridley Scott’s House Of Gucci as an unrecognizable Paolo Gucci.
Lady Gaga stars in the crime film as Patrizia Reggiani, who ordered the murder of her ex-husband Maurizio Gucci, played by Adam Driver.
The musician will also return to comic book fare for Morbius, a solo film for the Spider-Man villain whose attempts to cure a rare blood disease end up transforming him into a bat-like vampire.
Home video hit: He also reprised his controversial version of the Joker for Zack Snyder’s highly anticipated director’s cut of Justice League, which was released for streaming on HBO Max