Jared Leto took home the statue for Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the 2014 Screen Actor Guild Awards for his portrayal of a transsexual named Rayon who suffered from AIDS in the emotionally-charged drama Dallas Buyers Club.
Leto sat down with ET's Rocsi Diaz, backstage at the SAG awards, and discussed what his future in the entertainment business looked like, now that this performance, his first in many years, had received such critical acclaim.
"Are the movie scripts coming in?" Rocsi asked. "Are we going to see more of you on the big screen?"
"We'll see," Leto answered, then clarifying his response by saying, "This was a very special project. It was very wonderful. Dallas Buyers Club surprised us all, and I'm really excited that people are seeing the film. But I'm on tour right now with 30 Second to Mars. We're playing shows all over the world this year. I'd love to make another film, but it's got to be the right one."
Check out the video for more from Leto about his acceptance speech and to hear how he's preparing for the Oscars.