Shia LaBeouf threw a fit after not getting a cigarette from a stranger in the actor's latest run in with the law.
Shia LaBeouf claims there is only one movie he enjoyed working on that Steven Spielberg was involved with.
Shia LaBeouf and his colleagues Ronnko & Turner will be hitchhiking across America for an entire month, and you can follow their progress online.
Is beleaguered actor Shia LaBeouf a smart choice to reprise his role as Mutt Williams in Indiana Jones 5?
Shia LaBeouf is streaming live audio and video of himself and two collaborators in an Oxford Union elevator for his latest art project #ELEVATE
Shia LaBeouf has launched his latest performance artist piece in the UK, manning a hotline where fans are asked to 'touch his soul'.
Shia LaBeouf says watching the Even Stevens movie was like looking at a high school year book.
Shia LaBeouf grimaces his way through a screening of Transformers: Dark of the Moon as part of his #AllMyMovies experiment.
Shia LaBeouf is participating in an epic movie marathon, and you can watch him watch himself live from New York.
Shia LaBeouf reveals that director Dito Montiel offered him a role in Man Down at a 'low point' in his life, but the movie served as 'therapy.'
Shia LaBeouf and Jai Courtney are seen pointing their guns at Clifton Collins Jr. in the first photo from Man Down.
Todd Phillips is set to direct the true-life comedy Arms and the Dudes for Warner Bros., about two unlikely weapons dealers.
Production will begin October 30 on director Dito Montiel's thriller Man Down, starring Shia LaBeouf, Gary Oldman and Kate Mara.
Brad Pitt stars in Fury as Wardaddy, the leader of a Sherman Tank crew in World War II trapped behind enemy lines.
Brad Pitt's Wardaddy is flanked by his crew on a new poster, led by Shai LaBeouf and Michael Pena in Fury.
Battle-hardened army sergeant Wardaddy leads his 5-man Sherman Tank crew on a mission behind enemy lines in the first footage from director David Ayer's WWII thriller.
Charlotte Gainsbourg stars as sex addict Jo in this conclusion to Lars Von Trier's two-part drama.
The actor sends his love to those who have supported him. This follows a month of odd apologies and skywriting to comic artist Daniel Clowes, whom he ripped-off.
The filmmaker/actor reveals his thoughts about censorship and plagiarism in a new interview. Is this all a part of some massive hoax/art project?
However, even the actor's apology appears to be plagiarized. The actor's directorial debut is copied from Clowes' comic Justin M. Damiano.