Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto, who made his name known to the masses with the movie Suicide Squad, said that he was not aware of the corona virus epidemic since he had been meditating in a desert for 12 days and that he had a great shock after learning the incident.
Jared Leto, one of the most beloved names in Hollywood, stated that he was unaware of the corona virus outbreak that took the world under influence because he meditated in a desert far from civilization 12 days ago. After returning from his trip, the 48-year-old actor and musician, who shared a status update to his followers, used the following statements:
“Wow. I started a quiet meditation in the desert 12 days ago. We were completely isolated. No phone, no communication etc. We had no idea what was going on outside the facility. We set off towards a very different world yesterday. I receive messages from people all over the world and I understand what’s going on. I hope everything is fine for you. I send positive energy to everyone. Stay inside, stay safe. ”
Jared Leto’s post from Instagram
On the other hand, it has been almost 3 months since the COVID-19 outbreak first appeared in China. So it is likely that Leto was more or less familiar with the situation before the desert journey, but a lot has happened in the past few weeks as preventive measures have increased drastically. The virus has spread in the US, and the government has taken increasingly harsh measures to help reduce the spread of the outbreak. As of today, it has been reported that the number of COVID-19 cases has increased to 6 thousand 362 and the number of deaths to 108 in the USA.
Movie theaters in the country were closed and the vision dates of many productions were delayed, including Black Widow, Mulan, No Time to Die, A Quiet Place: Part II and Fast and Furious 9. In addition, Morbius, the Spider-Man spin-off, which we will watch Leto in the leading role, may not be infected with the audience in time. If there is no change in the history of vision, the Marvel-Sony movie will be released on July 31. In addition to his acting career, Leto, who was the soloist of alternative rock band 30 Seconds to Mars, won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance in the 2013 Dallas Buyers Club movie.