Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto share a kiss on the set of the Apple TV Plus series WeCrashed

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Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto shared a kiss while filming new scenes for their upcoming TV series WeCrashed.

Leto, 49, and Hathaway, 38, were spotted locking lips on the New York City set on Thursday afternoon.

Leto portrays WeWork founder Adam Neumann, while Hathaway plays his wife, Rebekah, who once had one of the most valuable start-up companies in America.

Kiss: Anne Hathaway, 38, and Jared Leto, 49, shared a kiss while filming new scenes for their upcoming TV series WeCrashed on Thursday

Kiss: Anne Hathaway, 38, and Jared Leto, 49, shared a kiss while filming new scenes for their upcoming TV series WeCrashed on Thursday 

On set: Leto and Hathaway were both spotted filming intense scenes on the New York City set ahead of the weekend

On set: Leto and Hathaway were both spotted filming intense scenes on the New York City set ahead of the weekend 

Hathaway was clad in a low-cut black top  under a black sport coat with tight grey jeans and platform heels for her day on the set.

She also wore a thin necklace with a small pendant that hung from her neck with a black purse slung from her shoulder.

She completed her look with a small bracelet on her left wrist as she filmed scenes with her co-star. 

The show marks the first time Hathaway and and the Hail to the Victor rocker have worked together. 

Real couple: Leto portrays WeWork founder Adam Neumann, while Hathaway plays his wife, Rebekah, who once had one of the most valuable start-up companies in America

Real couple: Leto portrays WeWork founder Adam Neumann, while Hathaway plays his wife, Rebekah, who once had one of the most valuable start-up companies in America

Leto rocked an all-black look as well, with a black dress shirt with black pants and black shoes on set.

The actor’s black hair was grown out to shoulder-length to match the hair style of WeWork founder Adam Neumann.

Apple TV Plus handed out a series order for WeCrashed in late January, based on the podcast, WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork. 

Anne's look: Hathaway was clad in a low-cut black top under a black sport coat with tight grey jeans and platform heels for her day on the set

Anne’s look: Hathaway was clad in a low-cut black top under a black sport coat with tight grey jeans and platform heels for her day on the set

WeCrashed will follow the greed-filled rise and inevitable fall of WeWork, one of the world’s most valuable startups, and the narcissists whose chaotic love made it all possible. 

Lee Eisenberg (Little America) and Drew Crevello (The Long Dark) created the limited series, which will be directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (Crazy Stupid Love). 

Eisenberg, Crevello, Requa and Ficarra will executive produce alongside Charlie Gogolak and Natalie Sandy, plus Emma Ludbrook and Leto through their Paradox production company. 

Jared's look: Leto rocked an all-black look as well, with a black dress shirt with black pants and black shoes on set

Jared’s look: Leto rocked an all-black look as well, with a black dress shirt with black pants and black shoes on set

Neumann co-founded WeWork in 2010 with Miguel McKelvey, but he was forced out of the company in 2019 after a failed initial public offering (IPO).

His exit package was valued at $1.7 billion, including $970 million for his remaining shares, $185 million as a consulting fee, plus a $500 million credit line to help him repay his loans.

Following revelations about erratic management and business practices, the Neumanns resigned in 2019 from WeWork, which reported a $2.1B loss in May despite having 490K members.  

Greed: WeCrashed will follow the greed-filled rise and inevitable fall of WeWork, one of the world's most valuable startups, and the narcissists whose chaotic love made it all possible

Greed: WeCrashed will follow the greed-filled rise and inevitable fall of WeWork, one of the world’s most valuable startups, and the narcissists whose chaotic love made it all possible

Last month, WeWork posted a whopping $2.1 billion loss, with 490,000 users, down 70% from its subscriber base before COVID-19.  

Meanwhile, Jared has also been working on his band’s upcoming August music festival Mars Island.

Fans of Thirty Seconds to Mars can pay between £1,170-£5,074 to attend their all-inclusive three-day festival Mars Island, which happens August 20-23 on an island in Croatia.

The My So-Called Life heartthrob has penned ‘over 100 songs’ for the band’s sixth studio album with his drummer half-brother Shannon as their lead guitarist after Tomo Milicevic quit the band in 2018.

Forced out: Neumann co-counded WeWork in 2010 with Miguel McKelvey, but he was forced out of the company in 2019 after a failed initial public offering (IPO)

Forced out: Neumann co-counded WeWork in 2010 with Miguel McKelvey, but he was forced out of the company in 2019 after a failed initial public offering (IPO)

Show business pro: Jared has also been working on his band Thirty Seconds to Mars' upcoming August music festival Mars Island

Show business pro: Jared has also been working on his band Thirty Seconds to Mars’ upcoming August music festival Mars Island

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