Actor Jared Leto will be playing the role of artist Andy Warhol in the forthcoming biopic film. It was disclosed by Leto himself on his Instagram account. He revealed this on the ninety-second birthday anniversary of artist Warhol. Over the years, Leto has completely proved that he is capable of transforming himself in order to fit the role perfectly. Leto has always been trying to handle demanding projects even though his movies have not been hit blockbusters.
About Jared Leto’s Career
In order to fit in the role of John Lennon’s murderer, Mark David Chapman in Chapter 27 he gained 67 pounds and the transformation amazed everyone. Dallas Buyers Club is another one in which you can see the amazing transformation of the actor as a drug-addicted trans woman who is also HIV positive. He has always taken the challenging roles.
This role gave Leto a major jump in his career and he was appreciated everywhere for this role. Leto has played extraordinary roles in movies and has amazed everyone with his acting. Leto is an actor, singer, songwriter, and director as well. His role in Dallas Buyers Club (2013) made him achieve an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Screens Actor Guild Award.
Leto About His Role As Andy Warhol In The Upcoming Biopic
According to Jared Leto, he will be playing the role of artist Andy Warhol. He is very grateful and enthusiastic about the opportunity. He wished belated birthday to Andy on his 92nd birth anniversary. Andy passed away in the year 1987.
The biopic in which Leto will be acting has been reportedly titled, Warhol. It will be a biopic of the artist, showing the facts of his life. Warhol was 58 when he passed away. Warhol was not only an artist but he was also a director and a producer. He created the Marilyn Diptych and Campbell’s Soup Cans which are considered his best works. Warhol died after undergoing a gall bladder surgery with an irregular heartbeat.
Leto will be seen in Morbius playing Michael Morbius, the comic character. This film revolves around a scientist who tries to cure himself of an uncommon blood disorder.