What you need to know
- Apple TV+ show WeCrashed will tell the story of WeWork and its fall from grace.
- WeWork founder Adam Neumann is played by Jared Leto.
- Leto reportedly told Neumann not to watch the show.
Upcoming Apple TV+ show WeCrashed tells the story of Adam Neumann and the company he founded, WeWork. According to reports, star Jared Leto has told Neumann not to watch it.
Speaking at The New York Times DealBook Online Summit, Deadline reports that Leto told him that he shouldn't watch the show, although he didn't go into detail as to why. However, with WeCrashed telling a story that sees WeWork implode it's fair to say its co-founder doesn't come across too well. It's likely Leto is trying to save Neumann's blushes.
Unsurprisingly, Neumann says that the show isn't entirely truthful in its portrayl of him.
Here's how Apple TV+ describes the show:
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