Yes, if you check out the other people sitting in the theater, Shia LaBeouf's joy at seeing his younger self in this venue was contagious. And everyone appeared to be having a good time. Even Stevens debuted on the Disney Channel in the summer of 2000 and ran for three seasons and 65 episodes before coming to an end on June 2, 2003. It follows the life of the Stevenses, a family living in suburban Sacramento, California, mainly focusing on the clashing personalities of its two younger siblings, Ren and Louis. Shia LaBeouf played Louis, the younger of the two brothers. While the show was on for three years, the timeline depicted in the show was one school year. The Even Stevens Movie finally showed Ren graduating and served as a finally for the entire show.
If you want to know more about the experience Shia LaBeouf had with this performance art piece, be sure to read the full interview at NewHive. It goes in-depth behind the scenes of what it was like in the theater, how everyone responded to each movie, and offers plenty of insight into why the artists behind this project did what they did. And there's a fun story about pizza being shared around the theaters. What do you think? Do you love or hate Shia LaBeouf for this? Or do you not have the energy to care?
bury me with these pics of shia watching the even stevens movie pic.twitter.com/nYWaenFrKA— a potato (@hollerbek) November 13, 2015Read More
If you thought sitting through the nearly three hour sequel Transformers: Dark of the Moon was rough, it was downright excruciating for star Shia LaBeouf. It's unclear if the actor had ever seen the movie until earlier this week. But it proved to be one of the most painful experiences for the young actor as he relived every single one of his films. Lets just say it was no Even Stevens movie. And some enterprising fans have captured the agonized facial expressions that LaBeouf dropped while trying to bare the weight of his final Transformers installment.
Shia LaBeouf is finally at home, resting up after a grueling three day movie marathon. In an act of artistic rebellion, the kid decided to watch every single one of his films, and he allowed the public to watch via a streaming video. You can re-watch HERE if you missed it. Things kicked off this past Tuesday. He greeted his full catalogue of work with varying degrees of acceptance. Some he seemed to love, some he seemed to tolerate. And then there was the occasional movie, like Transformers: Dark of the Moon, that had him groaning through his teeth. And at times, he had to cover his face in embarrassment.Read More
Shia LaBeouf is at it again. Not content with simply being an actor, he has decided to become the world's weirdest performance artist. And you can watch him as he watches all of his movies right now live in New York. It's called the #AllMyMovies project. And you can see it HERE. Though, be warned! The site has crashed, and may continue to crash as news spreads of this interesting bit of strangeness.
Shia LaBeouf has had an interesting past couple of years. And some fans aren't sure what to make of him. He's gone from childhood star, to blockbuster marquee name, to deranged psychopath who likes to engage in beefy bar brawls and place himself in museums as a living work of art. It seems fame has had a unique affect on him. And we're never sure what he's going to do next. And each time he does pull off some bit of craziness, it seems he is either mocking, parodying, or outright ripping off someone who came before him.Read More
Man Down doesn't have a release date set at this time, but we'll have to wait and see if it gets picked up for distribution at the Venice Film Festival. It is also set to screen at the Toronto Film Festival next weekend, but we'll keep you posted if it gets picked up. What do you think about Shia LaBeouf's therapeutic experience on Man Down?
Man Down is in development .Read More
The Solution Entertainment Group has released the first photo from Man Down, featuring Shia LaBeouf, Jai Courtney and Clifton Collins Jr. in action.
In Man Down, the story is set in a savage post-apocalyptic America. U.S. Marine Gabriel Drummer (Shia LaBeouf), searches desperately for the whereabouts of his estranged son, Jonathan and wife, Natalie (Kate Mara). Accompanied by his best friend Devin Roberts (Jai Courtney), a hardnosed marine whose natural instinct is to shoot first and ask questions later, the two intercept Charles (Clifton Collins Jr.), an apocalyptic survivor carrying vital information about the whereabouts of Gabriel's family. As we revisit the past, we are guided in unraveling the puzzle of Gabriel's experience and what will eventually lead us to the origin of this war torn America.Read More
Jesse Eisenberg and Shia LaBeouf are in talks for the upcoming Todd Phillips' comedy Arms and the Dudes, which is moving forward at Warner Bros.
Arms and the Dudes follows two unlikely arms dealers, stoners who obtain a $300 million dollar contract to supply weapons to allies in Afghanistan. They soon find themselves in danger overseas. The screenplay is based on a Rolling Stone article by Guy Lawson, with Todd Phillips attempting to bring it to the screen for many years now.Read More