Release of his band's (30 Seconds To Mars), music video for the fourth single, "A Beautiful Lie," released from their second album, also named "A Beautiful Lie," directed by Leto, under the alias of Angakok Panipaq, an Inuit name, from the Inuit children's book, "Spirits in the Snowhouse: The Inuit Angakok," and was filmed in ...
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Playing concerts is one of the few times, ever in the world, where you'll get a huge group of people that would normally disagree about almost everything, including sports, politics, or their favorite television show. You have arenas and stadiums full of people that agree about something. So it's a very special place to be and it's a very special energy to be a part of.
Leto was loaned artwork from conceptual British artist, Damien Hirst, to appear in the music video for "Up In the Air." Hirst's art eventually became the album cover art for the Thirty Seconds to Mars album, Love Lust Faith + Dreams.
Often plays unsympathetic characters