‘A Tribute To The Greats’
30 Seconds To Mars
“It’s been too long since we’ve been down under.”
EVERYBODY REMAIN CALM.
Well that escalated quickly.
JARED LETO IS EVERYWHERE.
Talking about breaking the 4th wall…
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the first appearance of DC Comics supervillain the Joker in Batman #1, and to mark the occassion director David Ayer has shared an image of Thirty Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto, in full costume as the Dark Knight’s archnemesis. Leto is playing Joker in Ayer’s upcoming adaptation of
30 Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto will play The Joker, Batman’s archenemy, in Warner Brothers’ forthcoming DC Comics-inspired film Suicide Squad. The musician/actor will be the first actor to reprise the role since the late Heath Ledger’s portrayal in 2008’s The Dark Knight. Variety report Leto will be joined by actors Will Smith, Tom
30 Seconds To Mars frontman, and Oscar winner, Jared Leto might be the first actor to reprise the role of DC Comics’ character The Joker since Heath Ledger’s own Academy Award-winning take on the classic villain for 2008 film The Dark Knight. TheWarp reports that Leto is being eyed as a potential Joker by Warner
Thirty Seconds To Mars will soon be heading Down Under to play a string of arena shows on the heels of their fourth album, Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams. Ahead of these highly-anticipated dates, our own Mike Hohnen spoke to frontman Jared Leto for the latest Music Feeds Podcast. Jared spoke to us after having
Here’s to hoping that performing on some of the biggest stages in the country in front of tens of thousands of screaming, hysterical fans isn’t a total head trip for post-punk heroes White Lies, as that’s exactly what’s in store for them come March 2014 when they head Down Under to perform in support of
Thirty Seconds To Mars have released the latest video offering for the new single City Of Angels, borne of their current album Love, Lust, Faith + Dreams. Say what you will about the band but they certainly don’t do things by halves, tagging an absolutely massive cast of guest appearances for the clip, bringing in
Brazil’s seven-day music festival, the legendary Rock In Rio (de Janeiro), is winding up its 2013 iteration. The festival’s line up, which includes artists as disparate as Beyoncé, Muse, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Florence And The Machine and Metallica, offers something for everyone. Rock In Rio has amassed crowds over around 1.5
Rihanna’s megahit Stay has been presented in an entirely new form at a recent BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge session featuring alt rock juggernauts 30 Seconds To Mars. Main man Jared Leto tackles both the main Rihanna vocals as well as the featured appearance from Mikky Ekko. The former actor managed to channel his inner
It’s been almost a week now but it seems like we’re not quite done with talking about the MTV Video Music Awards just yet, with Foo Fighters‘ drummer Taylor Hawkins giving his two cents on the proceedings, saying the awards ceremony “don’t mean fucking shit”. His comments follow the revelation that 30 Seconds To Mars
Though 30 Seconds To Mars initially copped a fair amount of heat over the concept for their latest music video, the final product of Do Or Die was surely worth it. The clip sees the band, and the actual song itself, take a back seat to testimonials from the band’s fans, know as The Echelon.
30 Seconds To Mars are known for having an intimidatingly large and devoted following, but it seems the latest interaction between the band and the fans may have pushed that relationship too far. Gearing up to begin production on a new video, the band has invited fans to get lyrics of the song tattooed on
Thirty Seconds To Mars have announced today that their Australian tour, originally scheduled for August of this year, will not be taking place until March 2014. A statement from the band explains that a member will undergoing a “medical procedure”, leaving them with no option but to rain check. This will be particularly hard news
Oh, they’re funny kids over there in the Splendour In The Grass camp, aren’t they? Here we are, toiling away day and night trying to work out who the mystery, triangular band on the bill is going to be and they’re busy responding to fan questions about whether Silverchair will be playing with comments such