It is Jared Leto's world, and we're just living in it. At least that's what it feels like because the 30 Seconds of Mars frontman is everywhere right now.

Last night, Gucci debuted its anticipated Love Parade show in Los Angeles, and walking the runway alongside Macaulay Culkin and various silver sex toys was none other than Leto himself. He's been a friend of the house for a long time, with Alessandro Michele dressing him for the 2019 "Heavenly Bodies" Met Gala, and has been starring in a handful of campaigns for the brand, so it makes sense that he'd be modelling the latest collection.

Of course, Leto is also starring in the upcoming film House of Gucci alongside Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, debuting later this month. The Ridley Scott-directed picture follows the relationship of Patrizia and Maurizio Gucci, and has already seen a lot of buzz following trailers and stills. Especially surrounding Leto's movie poster, where his prosthetics make him look virtually unrecognizable.

Lastly, the trailer for Morbius came out yesterday with the first look at Jared Leto as the half-scientist, half-vampire character from the Marvel Universe. Sporting his signature long hair and facial hair look, he's transformed into a real muscle guy. Like, he's huge.

Following his performance as the Joker in DC's Suicide Squad, we're looking forward to seeing  him take on yet another comic book character and make it his own... Perhaps with less method acting this time around, because we definitely don't need a repeat of him sending his co-star dead rats.

It is clear that Jared Leto is the man of the moment across both film, music, and fashion, and we're not expecting him to go anywhere anytime soon. Especially not when his immaculate dad fits are inspiring looks worldwide.

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