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Lucas Hedges explains Shia LaBeouf
December 20th, 2018 under Andy Cohen, Shia LaBeouf. [ Comments: none ]

We all have misconceptions about Shia LaBeouf and yesterday a caller on Watch What Happens Live asked Lucas Hedges what is the biggest one we have about the actor.

You see Hedges is playing LaBeouf in the movie Honey Boy about the latter’s life with his father. Since the two men worked very closely together, they got to know each other very well. Therefore, Hedges was able to shine a light on LaBeouf’s bizarre behavior.

Hedges said, “I’d say the biggest misconception is, I think, that everything that he’s ever done that would be considered deplorable, he’s done from a place of, I think, really just afraid of the people around him,” Then he revealed that “He has the biggest heart, one of the biggest hearts of anybody I’ve ever met in my entire life.”

That is a lot to swallow and explains so much. I hope LaBeouf can work through that fear and return to being one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. He had a year where he was just that.


BTWF roles: Shia LaBeouf on Touched By an Angel
September 12th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, Shia LaBeouf. [ Comments: none ]

via Me TV
Before Shia LaBeouf was sent to a detention camp in Holes, he was on his way to being sent to one on Touched By an Angel. You can barely recognize the 13-year-old in that 1999 episode.


Will Shia LaBeouf be Indiana Jones 5?
September 4th, 2017 under Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf. [ Comments: none ]

Even though no one asked for a sequel to Indiana Jones & The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Harrison Ford are doing a 5th one. Will they at least save us some misery by not bringing back Shia LaBeouf’s useless character? Screenwriter David Koepp told Entertainment Weekly, “Harrison plays Indiana Jones, that I can certainly say…And the Shia LaBeouf character is not in the film.”

That is the good news, the bad news is that they are still making it and it might be Spielberhg’s next film. Isn’t it time to let a huge rock roll over the franchise because that is how we all felt when Indy survived a nuclear bomb by hiding out in refrigerator. That was so awful and not in a good awful way.


Shia LaBeouf’s Man Down sold just one ticket
April 4th, 2017 under Shia LaBeouf. [ Comments: none ]

Remember when Shia LaBeouf was one of the hottest actors out there with movies like Transformers and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. That was then, this is now. His latest movie Man Down lived up to its title in the UK this weekend when it sold just one ticket in the one theater it was playing at there according to The Hollywood Reporter.

What more is there to say, but something he says in every movie, “No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no!” Well that and “Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!” Good thing he has his performance art to fall back on. Oh wait…


Go on tour with Roadies tonight!
June 26th, 2016 under Shia LaBeouf. [ Comments: none ]

We have followed the bands on the road and starting tonight at 10p on Showtime we go behind the scenes with Roadies. By the time we see the singer on the stage everything is all set up. But how does it get that way? That is what this series shows you and it is crazier and wilder than you can ever imagine.
Bill (Luke Wilson) is the Tour Manager trying to keep the madness under control. Something it never seems to be. Sheli (Carla Gugino) is the Production Manager and Bill and her have a history. It is that history that makes them the mom and dad to everyone on the tour. And boy do these kids need a mom and a dad.
So when they start to screw up, the label brings in Reg (Rafe Spall) to get things in order. He is an uptight money man and none of the Roadies like him. Will he be able to get things in order? We will just have to tune in each week to find out on a show that makes you want to get a job as a Roadie.


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