Shia as ???? Year: 2011 Director: ????
Status: Coming Soon More:InformationIMDBPhotosOfficial
It’s a deadly game of blackmail. And they’re making him play. Kyle McAvoy is one of the outstanding legal students of his generation: he’s good looking.....
Shia as ???? Year: 2011 Director: ????
Status: Coming Soon More:InformationIMDBPhotosOfficial
It’s about a handyman, a young stock broker, and the stock broker’s girlfriend. One of the men is found dead floating in the sea.....
The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman
Shia as Charlie Countryman Year: 2011 Director: Dante Ariola
Status: Pre-production More:InformationIMDBPhotosOfficial
Charlie Countryman (LaBeouf) was just a normal guy…until he fell in love with the one girl who will probably get him killed.....
Shia as Sam Witwicky Year: 2011 Director: Michael Bay
Status: Filming More:InformationIMDBPhotosOfficial
The new film features Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) taking his first tenuous steps into adulthood while remaining a reluctant human ally of Optimus Prime.....
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
Shia as Jacob Moore Year: 2010 Director: Oliver Stone
Status: Completed More:InformationIMDBPhotosOfficial
As the global economy teeters on the brink of disaster, a young Wall Street trader partners with disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko.....
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Megan Fox’s hubby Brian Austin Green has allegedly vowed to “punch Shia LaBeouf’s lights out” after the actor revealed he had an on-set fling with his wife.
As we previously reported, LaBeouf admitted to Details magazine that himself and Megan were romantically involved during their time shooting the Transformers movies.
He also confessed that he didn’t know whether Fox was dating Austin Green at the time of their relationship, saying their fling “was what it was.”
Now magazine has since reported that Megan’s man is fuming over Shia’s accusations, with an insider telling the publication: “Brian can’t believe it. He finds Shia cocky and irritating.”
“The fact that he’s bragged about having a thing with Megan is so tacky and insulting for Brian.”
They added: “Shia had better watch out. Brian’s been cursing, with good reason. It’s incredibly demeaning to Megan.”
However, Brian might not want to mess with Shia, as actor Tom Hardy has told denofthegeek.com that LaBeouf’s claims that he knocked him out during a fight while on the set of flick, The Wettest County, are true.
Hardy explained: “I got knocked out by Shia LaBeouf, actually. In Wettest County, apparently.”
“No, he did. He knocked me out sparko. Out cold. He’s a bad, bad boy. He is. He’s quite intimidating as well. He’s a scary dude.”
He continued: “He just attacked me. He was drinking moonshine. I was wearing a cardigan, and er, went down.”
Tom added that he woke up in the arms of his personal trainer, Pnut, adding: “[Pnut] was concerned for me. I was like, ‘What was that? It was lightning fast.’ And he said, ‘That was Shia.’ I said, ‘F**kin’ hell. Can we go home now?’ ‘No, we’ve still got three weeks to finish.”
Tom Hardy, who’s bulked up to play Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, confirmed to us that he got “knocked out” by Shia LaBeouf…
We’re not normally interested in celebrity tittle tattle here on Den Of Geek, but one recent story doing the rounds on Monday really caught our eye. According to several news outlets, Shia LaBeouf (he ofTransformers fame) came to blows with actor Tom Hardy on the set ofThe Wettest County In The World.
In a lengthy interview with Details magazine, LaBeouf said he’d engaged in a tussle with Hardy, and said that Hardy “never did that roughhouse stuff with me again.”
We recently met with Tom Hardy for a round table interview to promote the forthcoming Warrior, a film about two brothers who fight in a mixed martial arts tournament. We’ll be bringing the full transcript of that meeting nearer the movie’s release in September, but one thing we can share with you is that Hardy briefly mentioned his encounter with Mr LaBeouf (and this was before LaBeouf’s interview came to light).
“I got knocked out by Shia LaBeouf, actually,” Hardy said. “In Wettest County, apparently.”
We should point out, at this point, that the atmosphere in the room seemed rather unusual, as though no one involved quite knew whether Hardy was being serious or not. His use of the word ‘apparently’ would also suggest that he was winding us up. Nevertheless, Hardy persisted with his version of what happened.
“[It was] behind the scenes,” he said, before being almost drowned out by incredulous laughter, both from me and my fellow hacks, and the row of publicists sitting a short distance behind us. “No, he did,” Hardy continued. “He knocked me out sparko. Out cold. He’s a bad, bad boy. He is. He’s quite intimidating as well. He’s a scary dude.”
When someone understandably asked Hardy how the fight started, Hardy was less clear.
“He just attacked me,” Hardy said, provoking more laughter. “He was drinking moonshine. I was wearing a cardigan, and er, went down. I woke up in Pnut’s arms.”
We should point out at this point that Pnut (pronounced Peanut) is Hardy’s personal trainer. The actor continued, “He was concerned for me. I was like, ‘What was that? It was lightning fast.’” And he said, ‘That was Shia.’ I said, ‘Fuckin’ hell. Can we go home now?’ ‘No, we’ve still got three weeks to finish.’”
Now, if you’ve seen Hardy’s work in Bronson, or the trailer for Warrior, you’ll know that he’s a fairly well built chap. Is it likely that LaBeouf (who is, shall we say, rather less well built) really knocked out him out? It’s certainly the story that Hardy’s going with, even if the way he related it suggested that he had his tongue firmly in his cheek.
Before he’s actually older than the artifacts he’s pursuing, Indiana Jones will raid more tombs.
This according to Shia LaBeouf, who co-starred as the archeologist-adventurer’s long-lost son, Mutt, in 2008′s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
“I know it isn’t gone for good, but I don’t know how right around the corner it is,” says the Transformers star.
Although Skull grossed $786 million worldwide, it also generated plenty of criticism — including from LaBeouf. For dissing his own film, Harrison Ford reportedly called the 25-year-old actor “a f—ing idiot” in a recent Details magazine article. But regardless of the fallout, LaBeouf says he’s still hopeful he’ll get to “take another shot at it.”
Key, of course, is Ford, now 68. With director Steven Spielberg booked on other projects for the next year, that means it’s probable that Ford will be in his 70s by the time he next cracks the bullwhip or dons the iconic hat again.
“I know Harrison is in the gym every day for a reason,” LaBeouf says. “He calls me more than anyone else in that process. I talk to him more than anyone else – I’m the newcomer. I’m here to help out. This is their legacy; I’m just the rookie. I’m the last guy to know.”
That’s because the fifth instalment will begin like the others have — with an idea from executive producer George Lucas.
“Basically George said, ‘I’m going to go look for a MacGuffin’ and that essentially means ‘I’m going away for as long as it takes,’ ” LaBeouf says.
A “MacGuffin” is a term coined by Alfred Hitchcock, referring to the object that sets the narrative in motion — i.e., the ark of the covenant or the holy grail. Despite the ages of all involved, LaBeouf says there’s no deadline for when another film has to be in front of the cameras. “There’s no end date.”
UNORIGINAL THINKING: Hollywood has adapted comic books, video games, toys and theme park rides, so why not cellphone games? Clearly, anyone who’s hoping this overreliance on pre-existing brands is just a fad should just give up now. How else to take the news, reported by Variety, that a movie based on Angry Birds is in the works?
The game, in which birds and pigs do battle, has been downloaded 250 million times in the past two years — reason enough, apparently, to think it would make a fine film.
IN SPACE, NO ONE CAN LEAK A PLOT: As prequels go, it’s a daring move — a film that doesn’t share the name, characters or plot structure of its predecessors.
No wonder there’s such intense speculation about Prometheus, Ridley Scott’s follow-up to his 1979 classic Alien.
So much interest, in fact, that the alleged premise of the movie recently spilled online.
I’m not going to repeat it — it’s questionable whether it’s even valid — but Scott has begun to open up about the themes of the science-fiction thriller, which stars Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace.
At CineEurope, an event for European exhibitors, Scott cited the idea that aliens tampered with the human race in its infancy — a theory most memorably portrayed in 2001. And, according to the Hollywood Reporter, he confirmed the prequel will explain the origins of the doomed extraterrestrial spacecraft discovered in Alien.
More might become known shortly since the film is expected to have a presence at Comic Con in San Diego later this month.
Hollywood actor Shia LaBeouf says he struggled to bond with his co-star Tom Hardy on the sets of their upcoming film The Wettest County in the World.
LaBeouf, 25, who shares the screen with the Inception star, admits that while shooting for their depression-era crime drama, a joke led to a backstage brawl, reported Daily Star online.
LaBeouf claims the tussle was a one-off and Hardy “never did that roughhouse stuff with again.”
The other issues that hampered their bonding was Hardy and fellow colleague Jason Clarke’s habit of boasting about their expensive sports cars.
The ‘Transformers’ star, who frequently banks 9.4 million pound pay cheques for his roles in box office blockbusters, insists he has “no interest” in spending his money on expensive toys and gadgets and claims he feels “real shame” over his growing wealth.
“At this point I have enough money to live 25 lifetimes. You couldn’t spend the money I’ve accrued now. (But) I have no interest in the materialistic things money can buy.
“They’re talking about Ferraris and all, like it’s a cool car. If Clarke pulled up in a Ferrari right now, my idea wouldn’t be, ‘What a cool guy!’ It would be, ‘Look at this clown.’ I think the fact that I despise that stuff keeps me safe. I hang on to my dirt. I like my dirt,” said LaBeouf.
No wonder most people who date Shia LaBeouf have only lasted a date or two (see Megan Fox). LaBeouf admitted in a recent Details magazine the “details” of a date with singer/actress Hilary Duff. Though it is unclear what made LaBeouf kiss and tell, he was straightforward about the date.
Ouch! Now that has to hurt. Then again, Hilary clearly moved on from LaBeouf, having married hockey star Mick Comrie. Still it is embarrassing that Shia LaBeouf has to spill the beans to Details about a onetime date that he calls a disaster. He swears they went out once for sushi and that the date was one that he would “rather forget.”
Therefore, if Mr. LaBeouf is in such a hurry to “forget” Hilary Duff, then why did he bother bringing her up in an interview? He has plenty of other women to talk about. His fling with Megan Fox or the fling with Carey Mulligan for instance. He even stoops so low as to call the relationship with his current girlfriend, Karolyn Pho “pretty mundane.”
After reading this, it will be a wonder if Karolyn stays with Shia or if anyone would be crazy enough to date him going forward. Shia LaBeouf seems good at one thing… throwing the women he dates under the bus publicly.
Transformers star Shia LaBeouf is quietly proud of about his reputation as a Hollywood “wild child” – because his short temper wins him more respect. The actor, 25, has had numerous run-ins with the law, including a car accident which left him with a smashed-up hand, a late-night loitering drama at a pharmacy and a bar brawl in Sherman Oaks, California earlier this year.
But he insists the off-camera dramas have changed people’s behaviour around him – and it’s a difference he likes.
He tells Details magazine, “I’m a little territorial and defensive. I don’t like having my space invaded. I’m a f**king human being who pays his taxes. And I don’t respond in a really sweetheart way.
“I’ve noticed that since this ‘wild child’ s**t has been posted on my head, people seem a little more respectful.”
In the same interview, LaBeouf admits he wishes he was more like “diplomatic” George Clooney when it comes to public interactions to avoid the publicity backlash.
In what seems at first like one of the oddest match-ups in showbiz history, Transformers: Dark of the Moon star Shia LaBeouf has revealed that he will be directing a documentary about shock-rocker Marilyn Manson in the near future. LaBeouf has been behind the camera before, directing music videos for rappers Kid Cudi and Cage, and he’s spent time at Manson’s home recently, so it isn’tquite as unlikely as it sounds. The actor/director hasn’t revealed a whole lot about the project yet, but it does seem to be in the works, and we’ve got some info from him (and a clip) below the fold…
As reported by Rolling Stone, the first solid news of the Manson doc came during Shia’s appearance on Live With Regis and Kelly, where he told co-host Kelly Ripa that he’d recently hung out with the Spooky One at his West Hollywood abode. During that visit, the two discussed the idea of a behind-the-scenes film about the making of his upcoming eighth studio album, which is still untitled and shrouded in mystery (he’s only revealed a tiny clip of a still-unnamed single), but rumored to drop later this year.
LaBeouf didn’t say if the project was ready to roll or if it’s just in the planning phase, but he did talk about the experience of visiting Manson for the first time. “He’s a real sweet guy,” he revealed, “an eccentric human being. He lives in West Hollywood above a liquor store.” When he arrived, he was surprised to discover that “there are no lights in the room… and there are these big metal doors, and he opens the door, and he’s in a kimono, a big pink kimono. It’s sort of like a lair. No lights, so you have to use your cell phone to guide you around.”
Shia couldn’t share too many details about the documentary, but he did say that the pair “sat and watched movies a bunch and talked about what kind of visuals he wanted on his album, which are all really eccentric ideas.” He explained that he couldn’t discuss the ideas on the talk show, “because this is morning television.” Ripa then revealed her Manson-mania to LaBeouf, saying “if you need me to carry equipment, I will show up… I will wear a kimono, whatever!”
Transformers star declined lead roles in David Fincher and Danny Boyle films – and even refused the part of Jason Bourne
Shia LaBeouf walked out of negotiations to star in David Fincher’s The Social Network, the actor has revealed. LaBeouf told Details magazine that David Fincher’s film was a “fine movie” but not a “Warren Beatty-type game changer”.
The wide-ranging interview (headline: “Hollywood’s Last Bad Boy”) suggests LaBeouf, who has just finished filming John Hillcoat’s The Wettest County in the World, also turned down James Franco’s role in 127 Hours and refused to lead The Bourne Legacy – the next instalment of the hugely popular Bourne franchise – after Matt Damon’s departure. The part has now gone to The Hurt Locker’s Jeremy Renner.
Both 127 Hours and The Social Network were hits with the critics and saw Franco and The Social Network’s Jesse Eisenberg nominated for best actor Oscars. The Social Network went on to win three Academy Awards in 2011.
LaBeouf’s profile is high thanks to hits including the Transformers movies and franchise relaunches such as Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. All, apart from the Wall Street sequel, performed well at the box office, but were slated by critics. LaBeouf seems to agree, saying Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps “wasn’t what people were looking for”, that he “dropped the ball” on Indiana Jones and that “none of us had any clue what we were doing” on Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
Transformers star Shia LaBeouf was in talks to take over from Matt Damon in the upcoming Bourne sequel, but walked away from negotiations after realizing he was no longer interested in making another action movie.
The 25 year old has made a name for himself in the hugely-popular Michael Bay franchise, but insists the latest release, Dark of the Moon, is his last in the series – and all similar movies in that genre.
The decision prompted LaBeouf to drop out of the running for The Bourne Legacy, a role which has since gone to Jeremy Renner, while the star also quit talks for the upcoming Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
He was also approached to take on leading roles in Oscar-nominated films 127 Hours and The Social Network, but while LaBeouf enjoyed the finished movies, he turned down the jobs because he wasn’t convinced they were “game changers”.
And the star is adamant he will continue rejecting major projects until he finds one which allows him to emulate his Hollywood icon.
In a new interview with Details magazine, he says, “I am trying to impress myself. I have yet to do it. I’m looking for Warren Beatty-type game changers.”
LaBeouf is also a major part of the ongoing Indiana Jones film franchise after playing the adventurer’s son in 2008′s Indiana Jones & The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Shia LaBeouf bragged about hooking up with Megan Fox while they filmed the first two Transformers, earning him serious cool points with guys everywhere. One person that doesn’t think it’s cool? Fox’s husband, Brian Austin Green.
Shia LaBeouf apparently couldn’t help himself when asked by Details if he hooked up with former Transformers co-star Megan Fox.
“Look, you’re on the set for six months, with someone who’s rooting to be attracted to you, and you’re rooting to be attracted to them. I never understood the separation of work and life in that situation. But the time I spent with Megan was our own thing, and I think you can see the chemistry onscreen,” he said.
And when asked if she was with her now-husband, Brian Austin Green, when they hooked up, he may have realized the seriousness of his confession as he stumbled over his words, saying, “I don’t know, man,” 12 times.
As it turns out, Fox and Green were on a break when she hooked up with Shia (they married June 2010) but his confession has reportedly caused some conflict in their marriage.
“Megan’s been in tears, and is apologizing to Brian — even though technically she didn’t do anything wrong since they were on a break… They are so angry at Shia,” a source tells OK Magazine.
No word if Shia has apologized directly to Fox, however, he told Access Hollywood he is learning to keep his mouth shut. “I just turned 25,” Shia said. “And I’m learning how to edit myself and say ‘no comment’ now.”
Shia is back in theaters for Transformers: Dark of the Moon with Fox’s replacement, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.