Actor shuts New York down with green hair and bulged biceps

The 43-year-old Oscar-winning actor recently bulked up and dyed his hair to portray 'The Joker' in the upcoming action movie 'Suicide Squad'

Jared Leto in New York City

Jared Leto was hard to miss in his sleeveless shirt, striking bulging biceps and bright must-see green sleek hair in New York City on Tuesday, May 19 as he went around for some grocery shopping.

The 43-year-old Oscar-winning actor recently bulked up and dyed his hair to portray 'The Joker' in the upcoming action movie 'Suicide Squad' and we must admit, dude looks hot!

In an interview with Billboard, Jared spoke of his character as 'The Joker' which entails him eating more. ''I'm trying to gain a lot of weight. It means I have to eat every couple of hours - and I'm terrible at eating a lot,'' the actor admitted.

The 'Dallas Buyers Club' star showcased his thicker arms in a tank-top by one of his favorite designers Enfants Riches Déprimés which featured the image of an album cover from the no wave New York City band DNA.He teamed the tank-top with a funky pair of white trousers that featured orange and blue panels below the knees and polished off his outfit with a black fanny pack and high tops.

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