The acting powerhouses, dressed in matching all black from head-to-toe looks, appeared to be in a romantic embrace as cameras rolled on the upcoming drama mini-series that is set to hit the streaming platform this September.
The 38-year-old Les Miserables star and the 49-year-old Dallas Buyers Club actor have been spotted multiple times around the Big Apple, in full in costume as they shoot scenes for the highly anticipated series.
The mini-series is based on the popular Wondery podcast by David Brown entitled, "WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork." The podcast centers around the trials and tribulations of the founders of the $50B commercial real estate startup WeWork, CEO Adam Neumann [Leto] and his wife chief brand/impact officer Rebekah Neumann [Hathaway].
The show, which is being headed by Lee Eisenberg and Drew Crevello, will depict how the couple "erratically managed" their high profile business and how their "inconsistent business practices" ended up losing the company 2.1 billion dollars and forced the two to resign from the company back in 2019.
This is not the only project that the Oscar winning duo have been working on this year. The Princess Diaries star just signed on to the star studded romantic comedy She Came To Me with co stars such as Matthew Broderick and Marisa Tomei.
The Joker star has also been busy fitting in time to film his role in the highly anticipated House Of Gucci in Italy with Lady Gaga and Adam Driver where he will play Paolo Gucci. The film is expected to have a theatrical release this upcoming November.
This intense work flow for Leto is a far cry from how he spent the first part of the pandemic. As OK! previously reported, the actor was on a "two-week silent meditation retreat" when the world went into lockdown back in March of 2020. "It was like coming out to the zombie apocalypse." he jokingly said.