Shia LaBeouf is trying hard to be a badass -- first with his music video where he shook his bojangles at us, and secondly with scoring the role in the upcoming action flick 'Lawless.' We did get a glimpse of him in the official movie trailer along with 'Dark Knight' alumni Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy, but The Weinstein Company recently released seven brand new character posters that gave us an even closer look at how the 'Transformers' star plans on embodying his new role.
"It is not the violence that sets men apart. It is the distance that he is prepared to go." Mighty strong words from the second trailer of the upcoming action/drama 'Lawless' starring Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf and Guy Pearce. And if the trailer doesn't convince you these guys don't mean business, then the infographic showing off their weapons will.
Shia LaBeouf spent the past few years making himself and other people a lot of money in some not so good films (see: 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' and the 'Transformers' films). So 2012 is the Year of the LaBeouf - he's doing whatever makes him happy, including selling homemade comics at a regional convention or, you know, showing off his d--- in the new Sigur Ros video.
Tom Hardy is going to be kicking all kinds of butt this year at your local movie theater. He's going to put his boot up Batman's behind in 'The Dark Knight Rises' before heading into the world of bootlegging in the upcoming Prohibition drama 'Lawless' alongside Shia LaBeouf and Guy Pearce, opening in theaters on August 29th.
For those who liked the idea of Michael Mann's 'Public Enemies,' but not the execution, have we got a movie for you. John Hillcoat's 'Lawless' brings together an all star cast with Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce, Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska for a story about brother bootleggers up against the law and organized crime. Check out the trailer...
This week we've got the continuation of the Lionsgate 'Catching Fire' director search saga -- and spoiler alert, it doesn't have a happy ending. Disney decides that Hasbro shouldn't have all the fun adapting games, so they're adapting another ride. And Shia LaBeouf -- always reliable for a big dose of, "Um, what?" -- has decided he's a comic artist. We don't think he knows what that means.
Who was that bearded, long-haired comic publisher peddling his wares at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) over the weekend? And why did he seem to have a serious aversion for the ‘Transformers’ displays?