Andrea Arnold, Sasha Lane, Riley Keough, Veronica Ezell, Shia LaBeouf, Raymond Coalson, Mccaul Lombardi , Isaiah Stone - The cast and director of "American Honey" dance down the red carpet as they leave the Palais de Festivals after the premiere at Palais de Festivals - Cannes, France - Sunday 15th May 2016
Shia LaBeouf - Troubled actor Shia LaBeouf after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct at a New York court hearing on Wednesday (10Sept14). - Manhattan, New York, United States - Wednesday 10th September 2014
The actor was performing a stunt on the set of 'American Honey' when the accident occurred - he's currently at home and recovering.
Shia LaBeouf is reported to suffered a nasty injury to his head on the set of his latest movie that has required medical attention.
According to the celebrity gossip site TMZ, the 29 year old actor received 20 stitches and 13 staples to the left side of his head and right finger after a stunt went wrong. He is currently shooting the road movie drama American Honey, and was recording a stunt necessitating him to put his head through a pane of glass when the incident occurred.
Shia LaBeouf was reportedly injured on the set of 'American Honey' on Wednesday
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Shia LaBeouf’s latest project sees him as a very intense motivational speaker.
Shia LaBeouf has some seriously motivational words to share with you. The actor has gone from wearing a paper bag over his head to becoming the word’s scariest motivational speaker in new a video for his latest project #Introductions.
Shia has a message for you, “Just do it!!”
The 28-year-old made the video as part of the project, which is a collaboration with students at Central Saint Martins art school in London, as well as with British artist Luke Turner and Finnish artist Nastja Sade Ronkk.
The actor appeared at the film festival where the documentary he produced was premiering.
Shia LaBeouf has opened up about his recent stint in rehab during the screening of Alma Har’el’s documentary, Love True at the Tribeca Film Festival. Sporting a new, long hairstyle the actor appeared at the screening of the documentary by the Bombay Beach filmmaker, which he produced and bankrolled.
LaBeouf has appeared at the Tribeca Film Festival.
“I just got out of rehab nine months ago, and in rehab they make you do this kind of operatic therapy and you sit with this small group, three or four people, and you work through your s–t and somebody will play your father and somebody will play your mother,” the actor told the audience.
Paramount Pictures are considering expanding the 'Transformers' universe and Akiva Goldsman is in negotiations to head up the writing team.
The Transformers universe will be expanding and Paramount, the studios behind the hit films, are in negotiations to hire Akiva Goldsman to head a group of writers to pen a series of Transformers scripts. If Goldsman is hired, he will be working alongside director Michael Bay and executive producer Steven Spielberg.
The Transformers universe will be expanding in a series of sequels and spin-off movies.
Continue reading: Paramount Considering Expanding Transformers Franchise
Disorderly conduct charges against Shia LaBeouf will be dropped if he 'stays out of trouble' for six months.
Shia LaBeouf will not face charges of disorderly conduct if he manages to avoid arrest for the next six months. LaBeouf was in court in Manhattan on Friday (20th March) to face charges stemming from his arrest last year. The 28-year-old actor was arrested in New York City last June for disturbing a performance of Cabaret at the Studio 52 theatre. LaBeouf was ordered to undergo an alcohol rehabilitation course after pleading guilty to the charges against him in September. His attorney claims he has successfully completed the course, a factor which led to the judge's decision to drop charges if he 'stays out of trouble'.
Charges against Shia LaBeouf will be dropped if he avoids arrest for 6 months.
Sia's new music video for 'Elastic Heart' has been raising a few eyebrows.
Sia returns with another spectacularly choreographed video, once again starring pre-teen dance prodigy Maddie Ziegler who is this time joined by a topless Shia LaBeouf in a caged face-off for the epic single 'Elastic Heart'.
Shia LaBeouf goes primal in Sia's 'Elastic Heart' video
Having previously appeared in the erratic video for Sia's multi-platinum single 'Chandelier', 12-year-old Maddie Ziegler makes a return complete with the same wig and nude-coloured leotard for another bout of expressive movement in 'Elastic Heart'; the song from the soundtrack of 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'. While her talent remains breathtaking in her latest venture, viewers were still quick to criticise the controversial content.
The 28 year old actor, who has been behaving somewhat strangely in 2014, gave an awkward / brilliant / delete-as-appropriate interview with Dazed and Confused.
We’ve all seen our fair share of awkward celebrity interviews, but few could be as extreme as actor / performance artist Shia LaBeouf’s recent conversation with a journalist. In a sit-down with Dazed and Confused magazine’s Aimee Cliff, the interviewer and interviewee simply sat down and stared at each other wordlessly for just over an hour. Hmmm…
Shia LaBeouf, pictured earlier this year, engaged in an entirely silent interview with Dazed and Confused
The full video can be seen on Dazed’s website, and is a split screen of the pair looking blankly at each other, occasionally smiling and breaking into nervous laughter. It was recorded with go-pro cameras attached to each other's heads.
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf In Most Awkward Interview Ever?
The 28 year-old actor appeared in a Manhattan court Tuesday following his guilty plea to disorderly conduct in September after drunkenly interrupting a performance of Broadway's 'Cabarat', and subsequent arrest, in June.
On Tuesday (Nov 25th), Shia LaBeouf appeared in a New York court for a probation compliance hearing after he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in September following a bizarre incident when he drunkenly interrupting a performance of Broadway's 'Cabarat' this past June.
LaBeouf appeared in court Today following his guity plea to drunkenly disrupting a 'Cabaret' performance in June
The 28 year-old actor, who sported a shaved head while wearing a navy suit, attended court with his attorney Robert Gage, who supplied evidence to show LaBeouf is complying with his drug treatment program after a judge ordered him to receive three months of substance abuse treatment, and to stay out of trouble for six months.
Shia LaBeouf is well-cast in this freewheeling combination of comedy, romance and action. He plays a scruffy guy with no plans and nothing to lose, lost in a strange culture while falling in love with the wrong woman. It's not a particularly original premise, and much of what happens feels wildly improbable, but the characters and situations are so entertaining that we can't help but hold on for the ride.
It opens in Chicago, where Charlie (LaBeouf) watches helplessly as his mother (Melissa Leo) dies in hospital, asking her what he should do next. Then there she is appearing to him, telling him to visit Bucharest. "That's weirdly specific," he replies, but he follows her advice, and on the flight over has another encounter with a dead person. This one asks him to look up his daughter Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood) and give her a message. Of course, Charlie is instantly smitten, but tries to ignore the fact that Gabi's psychopathic husband Nigel (Mads Mikkelsen) looks easily capable of murder. As does the mobster club owner Darko (Til Schweiger) Charlie has a run in with while out on the town with his youth hostel roommates, two chucklehead Brits (Rupert Grint and James Buckley).
As the title suggests, Charlie feels like death is inevitable for him, especially now that he seems to have caught whatever that kid from The Sixth Sense had. LaBeouf gives Charlie just the right mix of hapless loser and quick-thinking resourcefulness, and his chemistry with Wood is tetchy and fun to watch. Meanwhile, the scene-stealing supporting stars Mikkelsen, Schweiger, Grint and Buckley add a terrific mixture of comedy silliness and dark peril. This seems to be director Fredrik Bond's main goal here: to blend genres from grim drama to sweet romance to goofy slapstick to Taken-style action violence.
Continue reading: The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman Review
Brad Pitt took extensive research into the toils of war in preparation for 'Fury'.
Now storming through cinemas worldwide after claiming the US box office crown last weekend, the World War II tank-crew thriller 'Fury' is an old-school war movie that attempts to update the genre with a more internalised approach to its characters.
Brad Pitt has deep respect for the war veterans who inspired 'Fury'
"It's about a family and their love for each other," says writer-director David Ayer of the five-man crew played by Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal. "We wanted to explore the moral and psychological hazards of war, and how they affect this family of brothers."
Continue reading: Brad Pitt And Co Head Back To WWII With 'Fury'
From Training Day to this year's Sabotage, filmmaker David Ayer writes and directs movies about the cathartic power of releasing your inner warrior. And this World War II action thriller is more of the same, with a "war is hell" message stirred in for good measure. The problem is that there's nothing particularly new here. It's a beautifully shot and edited film, with terrific performances and a remarkable sense of scale, but there have been so many movies made about this conflict that it's difficult to find something original to connect with.
It's near the end of the war, April 1945, as Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) leads the crew of a tank named Fury: Bible (Shia LaBeouf) is a true believer, Gordo (Michael Pena) is a relaxed joker, and Coon-Ass (Jon Bernthal) is a hot-headed thug. Having just lost their driver, they're joined by rookie Norman (Logan Lerman), who doesn't yet have a wartime nickname because he never thought he'd end up driving a tank. Together, they head further into Germany, not as liberators but as invaders and occupiers, working with other tank crews to take a strategic town before heading further into the hot zone, where a series of particularly brutal Nazi assaults ensue.
The point of the film seems to be that war erodes a person's humanity over time, and the sharpest aspect is the way each character emerges at some point on the continuum. Obviously, Norman is the naive newbie who still has a strong conscience, while at the other extreme Coon-Ass is virtually a monster. Wardaddy is somewhere in between, a tough guy who still has a sense of perspective, such as when he reasons that Norman should be allowed to have some private time with a young German girl (Alicia von Rittberg) simply because they're "young and alive". All of the actors are excellent, adding telling details to their characters that deepen every scene. And the camaraderie between the five-man crew is remarkably authentic, as is their ease inside the cramped quarters of the tank, which makes submarine movies look spacious by comparison.
Continue reading: Fury Review
Brad Pitt was joined by his 'Fury' co-stars at a Paris photocall held at Les Invalides. He posed on the red carpet in front of an army tank with actors Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Jon Bernthal and Michael Pena, as well as director David Ayer. During the photo session, Shia and Jon appeared to share a little playful banter, with Shia exclaiming, 'What's the deal, man?!' as they are joined by General Christian Baptiste and General Herve Charpentie.
The 28 year-old actor admitted he had "some judgement errors" when opening up about his past mistakes.
Shia LaBeouf has made headlines this past year for an array of bizarre incidents, which includes wearing a paper bag over his head with the words "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE" written across it at the premiere of 'Nymphomaniac' in February, and most recently drunkenly interrupting a performance of Broadway's 'Cabarat.'
LaBeouf admitted he was going through an "existential crisis"
However, while the 28 year-old star stopped by Ellen DeGeneres' talk show Friday (Oct 10th), he finally addressed his strange behaviour and admitted he may have crossed the line on a few occasions.
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf Finally Breaks Silence On Recent Bizarre Behaviour
During April, 1945, the final month of World War Two, the Allied Forces are making their final push into German territory. With the recent death of one of the crew of the tank, 'Fury', Norman (Logan Lerman) is inducted into the crew. The other members, 'Wardaddy' (Brad Pitt), 'Bible' (Shia LaBeouf), 'Gordo' (Michael Pena) and 'Coon-Ass' (Jon Bernthal) have been together for the entirety off the war so far, and desperately hope that the new recruit is ready to do his job. The film is brought to us by writer/director David Ayer ('Harsh Times' and 'End of Watch') and will be distributed by Columbia Pictures.
Shia LaBeouf will not be going to prison as a result of his arrest for disorderly conduct earlier this year.
Transformers star Shia LaBeouf has pleaded guilty to charges of disorderly conduct filed earlier this year when he interrupted a theatre performance and then resisted removal from the venue. Under the terms of the plea he will avoid jail time or probation, but will have to attend all court appointments and complete a three month treatment programme.
Labeouf pictured with girlfriend Mia Goth
According to the BBC, LaBeouf was arrested after "smoking, shouting at actors and using abusive language" whilst attempts were made to remove him from the theatre audience. The incident occurred during a performance of hit musical Cabaret in New York, starring Michelle Williams and Alan Cumming. However Scott Gorenstein, the rep for Liza Minnelli, made light of the siutation when he sent a DVD of the 1972 film adaptation of the musical to LaBeouf, telling Us Weekly "I figured he may want to find out how it ends."
Continue reading: Shia LaBeouf Won't Be Going To Prison
'Nymphomaniac' star Shia LaBeouf was swamped by paparazzi and reporters as he left Midtown Community Court in New York City looking rather worse for wear in a blue T-shirt that looked like it had been ripped at the shoulder. He says nothing to the photographers, though when one woman appears to stumble in the street, Shia briefly mumbles, 'You okay?'
Shia LaBeouf - A bearded Shia LaBeouf wearing an old red 'Mighty Alpha Superstars 1981-1982' t-shirt leaves an AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) class and buys a bottle of water from turkish restaurant 'Shish Mediterranean' - Los Angeles, United States - Wednesday 2nd July 2014
Shia LaBeouf is getting treatment for alcohol addiction.
Shia LaBeouf is not in rehab. Got that? The controversial actor is, however, undergoing treatment for alcohol addiction, according to a statement by his representatives.
Shia LaBeouf, wandering around West Hollywood
The Fury actor ran into trouble with the law in New York last week when police claimed he lit a cigarette in a Broadway theater. Witnesses said Shia yelled at the actors on stage during a performance of Cabaret and was generally drunk and disruptive.
Continue reading: Just Don't Say Shia LaBeouf Is In Rehab, Ok?
After a chaotic year, Shia LaBeouf may be on the mend.
The first step is admitting you have a problem and Shia LaBeouf seems to have done just that, having checked himself into rehab. On Monday, the actor entered a rehab facility in LA, after being spotted carrying an Alcoholics Anonymous book. According to RadarOnline, the book is known as The Big Book, it is the central text of the program and considered essential reading for anyone trying to get and remain sober.
Is LaBeouf looking to turn his life around?
Later on Monday, eyewitnesses (does Shia LaBeouf have a crowd of smartphone-wielding fans following him around at all times?) reported that the Nymphomaniac actor had checked himself into rehab. According to the reports, he looked reluctant and nervous.
Continue reading: In The Wake Of His Recent Arrest, Has Shia LaBeouf Checked Into Rehab?
The 28 year-old actor was caught on camera attempting to engage in a physical altercation with an unknown man.
Shia LaBeouf's Thursday night (June 26th) arrest came a week after he nearly found himself in some other trouble.
The 28 year-old actor nearly got into a physical altercation with an unknown man outside a New York City strip club sometime last week.
The incident is caught on camera by TMZ, who posted the footage online on Sunday (June 29th).
Remember Louis Stevens from Disney's 'Even Stevens?'? Well 14 years on and Shia LaBeouf is causing havoc in L.A. and New York. So when did it all go wrong for the 'Transformers' actor?
'What good is sitting alone in your room?' Well, it's probably the best option for Shia LaBeouf after he did 'go to the Cabaret' and was promptly thrown out of the theatre and arrested on Thursday night (26th June).
Shia LaBeouf, ironically wearing an NYPD sweatshirt, was arrested by them on Thursday.
According to numerous reports a weeping LaBeouf was apprehended by six officers outside the Studio 52 theatre in New York and charged with numerous offences including disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.
Shia LaBeouf and Karen Allen - Shia LeBeouf and Karen Allen New York City, USA - New York premiere of 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' at AMC Magic Johnson Harlem 9 - Arrivals Tuesday 20th May 2008
Cate Blanchett, Shia LaBeouf and Steven Spielberg - Cate Blanchett, Shia LaBeouf, Steven Spielberg, Harison Ford, Karen Allen and George Lucas Sunday 18th May 2008 at Cannes Film Festival Cannes, France
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