To help stir up some excitement for his new romantic comedy, Charlie Countryman, Shia LaBeouf tweeted this picture from the set. See the full image after the jump. There’s bush, but no stalk, so I don’t know how much excitement he’s going to stir up, but KUDOS FOR THE EFFORT, SON. Continue reading
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In 47 Ronin, a band of leaderless samurai – 47 of them to be exact –must seek the help of Keanu Reeves—a half-breed they once rejected — as they fight their way across a savage world of mythic beasts, shape-shifting witches, and wondrous terrors. Notable because A) we love Keanu, B) Rinko Kikuchi is FAAAAABULOUS and C) WOW favorite Rick Genest aka Zombie Boy has a pretty hefty role, so yay. Watch the new international trailer here, that features a new look at some of the mosters.
Charlie Countryman stars Shia LaBeouf as the titular hero who travels to Bucharest after his dead mother appears to him in a vision and tells him to go. Once there, he finds himself in “the hallucinatory Romanian underworld filled with violence, and, strangely, love.” Co-starring Evan Rachel Wood, Hannibal‘s Mads Mikelsen, Melissa Leo, and the always perfect Rupert Grint.
Speaking of Rupert: Here’s the entire pilot for his CBS comedy Super Clyde, which was sadly never picked up.
And finally, here’s the trailer for the upcoming George Clooney, Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray and Jean Dujardin snoozefest The Monuments of Men. Yes, snoozefest. Even with that cast. Of course I’ll still see it because HELLO, MATT DAMON IN MILITARY DRAG, but other than that…
Collect the whole orgasmic set featuring the likes of Willem Dafoe and Christian Slater at indiewire.
Shia LaBeouf made a stop today at his local Los Angeles station to pump gas into his macho ride and grab a few items from the convenience store. And as luck would have it, there were paps waiting to record this important event. What does Shia need as a pick-me-up behind the wheel, you wonder breathlessly? He was spotted carrying a container of coffee, a bottle of coconut water, a banana, and a pack of cigarettes, which he opened before he got into the vehicle. No word on the brand of fags or whether the coconut water was Madonna’s. Meanwhile, we wait patiently for Nymphomaniac. (Photo: Pacific Coast News)
After abruptly dropping out of the upcoming Broadway show Orphans citing “creative differences,” Shia LaBeouf took to Twitter to share his personal emails from costar Alec Baldwin and director Daniel Sullivan. Read them below, and fall in love with Shia all over again. He may be a d-bag sometimes, but he sure is a silver-tongued devil. The first letter is from the director to Shia, then Shia to Alec, then Alec to Shia. (Click to enlarge.)
Henry Cavill, who suddenly looks so dapper and so old Hollywood that he seems to be morphing into David Niven, was spotted at the Chanel pre-BAFTA dinner at Annabels in London. Next to him is my darling Alexander Ludwig at the Warner Music group Grammy after party held at the Chateau Marmont, and the more I stare at this picture the more I become convinced that, by God, he just might have what it takes to become this generation’s Dolph Lundgren. *Fingers crossed.* And below, perhaps my favorite picture
of the day EVER. Rupert Grint and Shia LaBeouf attending The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman premiere at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival in Berlin. I love Rupert’s maniacal grin and and the way he’s grabbing on to poor Shia, who looks like he’s posing for an Ablixa ad. “Will… somebody… please… get Ron Weasley OFF of me?” (Photos: Pacific Coast News)
Fully adult male Shia LaBeouf grabs some coffee before heading to the Marc Jacobs store with his Nymphomaniac co-star girlfriend Mia Goth. (Clarification: Mia stars in the upcoming movie Nymphomaniac, I was in no way implying she WAS a nymphomaniac, although if she WERE: No judgement. And good for Shia); Kellan Lutz hits the beach in Cronulla, which is a beach in Sydney, I just learned, and not the name of a drag queen; Muse frontman Matt Bellamy out shopping in Aspen; Rachel Zoe (looking very Rachel Zoe) and hubby Roger talk a stroll on the beach in St Barths. (Photos: Pacific Coast News)
A cool, calm, and combed, nicely dressed Shia LaBeouf, at the Venice Film Festival today, posed at the scheduled photocall for his upcoming star-studded Robert Redford-directed Weather Underground thriller, The Company You Keep. Among many others, the cast includes Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, Terrence Howard, Julie Christie, and Redford himself. So OM effing G. (Photo: Pacific Coast News)