Jared Leto says he would not have opted for method acting had he not been a good actor.
The 45-year-old actor says he takes extreme measures to build his characters as he believes he could not give an honest and convincing portrayal otherwise, reported People magazine.
"If I was a better actor then maybe I wouldn't have done it! I would've pretended -- I would've acted.
"I always try to act as little as possible, so whatever I can do to make a stronger reality for myself I generally try to do it," says Leto, who plays a blind villain named Niander Wallace in "Blade Runner 2049".
The film also features Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling.
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