Jared Leto shows off sculpted six-pack in shirtless beach photos
Jared Leto has had a passionate cohort of deeply thirsty fans since he ushered in an entire generation of teenage sexual awakenings as Jordan Catalano in the 90s high school drama my so called life, and he’s still fueling those crushes decades later. While more recent reports of his on-set behavior might make him seem like a less than ideal colleague (he allegedly harassed his suicide squad castmates while going to play the Joker), one thing is certain: the man knows how to give his followers what they want.
The 50-year-old actor – who recently celebrated by sharing a free photo of himself eating a shirtless birthday cake – appears to have signed the same Faustian pact as ageless stars like Paul Rudd , and is possibly in the best shape of his career. On a related note, Leto has also perfected the art of the thirst trap, with semi-regular mirror selfies that show off his lean muscular physique, and his ripped abs in particular.
Her most recent thirst trap comes courtesy of an Instagram vacation snap, captioned “lost in paradise.” (Obviously he’s a fan of the deep cuts on Rihanna’s album. Man is a musician, after all.) The carousel of images is completed with shots of a nonchalant-looking Leto baring his chest and shredded stomach on the beach, staring seductively into the distance.
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Leto is next set to enter Sony’s rogues gallery as the titular vampire in the upcoming Morbius movie, and it’s likely he’ll show off his physique in that movie at some point (it’s not a comic book adaptation without a shredded shirtless shot, after all). However, the actor’s fitness regime isn’t all about aesthetics. Much like Christian Bale, Leto frequently transforms his body while getting into character, and his workouts reflect this. He also challenges his upper body strength with activities like rock climbing.
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