“Let me tell you something, the driver don’t pick the car, the car pick the driver,” a hauntingly familiar voice-over – it’s the late Bernie Mac, warning Sam Wtiwicky …
Actor Lenny Jacobson is 44. Rock musician Tai Anderson (Third Day) is 42. Actor Joshua Jackson is 40. Americana musician Gabe Witcher (Punch Brothers) is …
Still taken from "Shiawalker Inspirational." If you still need a kick in the ass to start your week, a ponytailed Shia LaBeouf is here, telling you to “DO IT! JUST! DO IT!” It all started with a 30-minute video collaboration with students from London ...
"All My Movies" ends Thursday, and while it had a slow start, people have since been flocking to the Angelika to be a part of it. When I showed up on Wednesday, a line snaked down a street block to get into the theater with Shia LaBeouf. …
As LaBeouf was melting down, a cluster of pedestrians outside the West 54th Street theater gawked as the star berated Officer Joseph Pecora. A theater security guard told cops that LaBeouf stood up during the middle of last night's …
NEW YORK – Police say actor Shia LaBeouf was taken out of a New York City theater for being disorderly and yelling obscenities during the performance. It happened Thursday night at Studio 54 in Manhattan at the Broadway show …
Many will remember the robot character as the companion of Shia LaBeouf’s character Sam Witwicky in “Transformers” and its first two sequels. Bumblebee …
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There are two kinds of people in the world: those who’ve already seen the hilarious clip of actor Shia LaBeouf screaming, “Just DO IT!” furiously at the camera for two minutes, and those who will. The first time you see it, you can’t help having ...
It might be the most narcissistic binge-watch of all time: actor Shia LaBeouf ’s "#ALLMYMOVIES" project is a livestream of the actor watching all 27 of his feature films in reverse chronological order at the Angelika Film Center in New York …
In late January, Shia LaBeouf tweeted to his 132,000 followers that his recent so-erratic-it’s-no-longer-erratic behavior and repeated acts of plagiarism were actually all part of a piece of performance art: A commentary on “social media …