Being famous is a glorious thrill ride of vacation homes and complimentary crab cakes, but the fun stops when it comes time to blend in at an event packed with normals.
For Mark Ruffalo and Jared Leto, New York Comic Con presented the perfect opportunity for some masked intrigue.
The convention, held this past weekend at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, was full of fans cosplaying to varying levels of intricacy.
Ruffalo and Leto, who attended separately, were not exceptions.
Leto opted for a massive Rafiki mask.
He even posed with an attendee dressed as his “Suicide Squad” character.
"The Avengers" star was able to enjoy NYCC with his son, Keen.
At past Comic Cons, the mask tactic was used by stars like Daniel Radcliffe, Maisie Williams and, most expertly, Bryan Cranston, who donned a mask of himself as Heisenberg from “Breaking Bad.”