Jared Leto rocked an edgy look when he returned to his hotel during Paris Fashion Week on Sunday night.
The House Of Gucci actor, 51, wore a bold gray and white patterned poncho that he wore over a stylish sweater.
He turned heads in the look and also opted for camo pants and black trainers.
Jared wore his ombre locks in a sleek style as he headed back to his hotel.
The star put on an animated display, made peace signs and pouted and clasped his hands together.
Edgy: Jared Leto rocked an edgy patterned poncho when he arrived at his hotel on Sunday night during PFW
Stylish star: The House Of Gucci actor, 51, wore the poncho over a stylish gray sweater as he ascended the hotel stairs
Eye-catching looks: Jared let his unusual outfit speak for itself and opted for minimal accessories as he ascended the hotel steps
Jared let his unusual outfit speak for itself and opted for minimal accessories as he ascended the hotel stairs.
It comes after the reveal that he’s set to helm the upcoming legacy sequel Tron: Ares.
Deadline reported the news in January, following years of reports that he would star in a Tron movie as a new character named Ares.
Disney, which is producing the film after co-producing the previous two films in the series, is reportedly in talks with director Joachim Rønning, who previously directed Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017) and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2017). 2019), to direct the film.
A crew is reportedly being assembled for the big-budget production, which will begin production in August this year in Vancouver, Canada.
The film series began with the original 1982 Tron, starring Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner and David Warner.
The film was a hit with critics and became influential for its advanced visual effects, but its modest box office was considered a disappointment by Disney.
Bridge played a video game developer and programmer who hacks into a powerful new virtual world in hopes of finding evidence that an executive at his company has been stealing his job for years.
Strike a pose: The star puts on an animated display, makes peace signs and pouts and clasps his hands together
Good looks: Jared sported his ombre locks in a straightened style and paired the look with black trainers as he headed back to his hotel
After the experimental virtual world scans his body and uploads it as a new program, he is forced to participate in a series of deadly games.
Bridges returned in 2010 for Tron: Legacy, in which Garrett Hedlund played his son who investigates his father’s disappearance by entering the much more advanced digital world.
Olivia Wilde also appeared in that movie, but it’s unclear if any of the main Tron: Legacy cast will be returning.
The sequel was a commercial hit, grossing $400 million against a $170 million budget, but initial plans to make a third film were scuttled until news in 2017 of Leto’s possible involvement.
Lion director Garth Davis was reported to be on board by Deadline in August 2020 to direct the Leto starring sequel, but he seems to have moved on since then.
Leto seems to have built a strong relationship with Disney as he will next appear in the Haunted Mansion movie.
Disney’s relationship with Rønning continues with the upcoming release of Young Woman And The Sea, in which Daisy Ridley plays American competitive swimmer Gertrude Ederle, who in 1926 became the first woman to swim 21 miles across the English Channel after previously winning an award. gold medal at the 1924 Olympics.
Disney seems to be looking to hire him for a solo directing job, but he’s previously worked as a directing team with Espen Sandberg on several projects, including Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Tron: Ares currently has a screenplay written by Jesse Wigutow.