The actor said he felt tricked into signing up to the movie
Jared Leto has reportedly spoken out against Warner Bros after being left unhappy with his contract for Suicide Squad and how the film turned out.
The actor spoke to fans at Camp Mars, an event for fans of his band 30 Seconds To Mars held in Miami.
As Digital Spy reports, a Leto fansite said The Joker star was asked about his contract with the film company, which is rumoured to contain a clause preventing him from undertaking any dangerous activities like rock climbing and wearing garish clothing to film premieres.
“Fuck ’em,” Leto is said to have responded, provoking laughter from the crowd.
He also said he still hadn’t watched Suicide Squad and he felt “tricked” into working on a film that was different to what had been sold to him.
It was also suggested on the fansite that he was “overwhelmed by all the hate regarding the look and choices” of The Joker.