He can’t seem to steer clear of drama, no matter what he does, and Shia LaBeouf is already getting criticized for a viral rap video he made over the weekend.
While onlookers listened intently, the “Lawless” lad declared, "I'm so underground, rap kids call me Tubman… Still breaking down potatoes like I'm f*cking Galileo." When asked to wax lyrical regarding his “Transformers” days, Shia fired back, "Nah, none of that / Transformers is the dummy rap / I'm so past that."
He’s always up for a challenge and it turns out Shia LaBeouf is nursing a head injury after putting his noggin through a glass window in North Dakota on Wednesday (June 24).
The “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” stud was filming a scene on the set of “American Honey” when his stunt went wrong and he sliced up the left side of his head as well as the right side of his index finger.
Following the release of her music video for “Elastic Heart,” Sia Furler has been slammed with criticism for putting a 12-year-old dancer in a cage along with a 28-year-old actor.
In a series of posts on her Twitter account, the Australian singer/songwriter explained that she specifically chose Maddie Ziegler and Shia LaBeouf because of their on-screen presence and energy. Sia wrote, “I anticipated some 'pedophelia!!!' Cries for this video. All I can say is Maddie and Shia are two of the only actors I felt could play these two warring 'Sia' self states.”
Showing some love to their English fans, the cast of “Fury” gathered at the Odeon Leicester Square for the BFI Film Festival premiere of “Fury” on Sunday night (October 19).
Handsome hunks like Brad Pitt, Michael Pena, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal and Shia LaBeouf posed for the paparazzi alongside lovely ladies like Anamaria Marinca and Alicia von Rittberg ahead of the screening.
He’s always had a penchant for the eccentric, and Shia LaBeouf's latest venture is a unique form of performance art.
The “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” hunk, who has been parading around town in brightly-colored spandex as of late, posted a tweet about a modern and contemporary art exhibit called “#Metamarathon” slated to take place later this week at the Stedelijik museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands.