Jared Leto: BBC Radio 2 Stop
Stepping out for day two of international promotional duties, Jared Leto dropped by BBC Radio 2 studios in London on Thursday morning (January 30).
The 30 Seconds to Mars frontman stopped to sign autographs and posed for a few snapshots before making his way into the studio to chat about his award winning film “Dallas Buyers Club.”
As previously reported by GossipCenter, Mr. Leto spoke to Nick Grimshaw of BBC Radio 1 about his award show accolades. "I don't want to sound like a jerk right now but somebody told me yesterday that I've won over 30 awards for ['Dallas Buyers Club'] already. I didn't even know there were 30 awards to win. The big ones were the Golden Globe and SAG award."
Jared continued, "It was a labor of love; I hadn't made a film in like six year. I read the script... I wasn't looking to make a film really but I ended up reading this script and I fell in love. I think I felt like I'd brought this person to life. But none of us on this set were thinking about results. We weren't patting ourselves on the back, put it that way."
"We had no idea; it was just about telling this story. It's a really special story about a group of people who are struggling to stay alive. A group of people who decide to say, 'No, I'm not going to accept the fate you've given me and I'm going to go out and try to do things differently.' I feel really proud to be a part of it," he added.