By Indiewire | Indiewire September 26, 2013 at 8:06AM
This fall, "Thirty Seconds to Mars" front-man Jared Leto is making a bid to remind you what a fine actor he is.
Earlier this month, Toronto International Film Festival audiences got a preview of his acclaimed supporting turn opposite Matthew McConaughey as a HIV-positive transvestite in "Dallas Buyers Club." That film hits theaters November 1st, the same day another Leto project opens, one that features the actor in lead mode. In "Mr. Nobody," which world premiered in Venice where it won both the Biografilm and Golden Osella awards, Leto headlines a starry cast that includes Sarah Polley and Diane Kruger, as the last living mortal in the year 2092, who recalls his life story to a reporter.