Following his ultra-creepy performance as The Joker in David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, Academy Award winner and multi-talented artist Jared Leto has been hard at work on his new album for 30 Seconds to Mars.
Leto is also about to release his new documentary Camp Mars, which focuses on the three-day “adult summer camp” in Malibu, California that Leto organised in 2015.
In addition to the concerts 30 Seconds to Mars performed during the three-day event, Leto also crafted numerous activities for his fans that included guided hikes, yoga sessions and campfire sing-alongs.
Leto opened up about the event and the film to Rolling Stone recently and confirmed that he had been planning it for years. “The very first Camp Mars was pure magic. It was insane and amazing and we knew in the first five minutes we would be doing it again. Music, art, nature, friends, food and fun,” said Leto.
The documentary is set to be released online on October 9 on VyRT, a social media platform that Leto founded back in 2011.
This is not the first time that Leto has let documentary filmmakers follow him. In fact, back in 2012 he produced the seminal music documentary Artifact, which focused on 30 Seconds to Mars’ attempt to move away from the record business.
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