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The Collective Yawn Of Losing Shia LaBeouf in 'Transformers: Age Of Extinction'

by Mike Ryan June 25, 2014 @ 2:00 PM
Paramount Pictures
On Friday, the fourth movie in the live-action Transformers series of films opens in theaters. This one is called ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction,’ and, like its predecessors, it’s poised to become one of the biggest films of the year, if not the biggest. What’s odd is that in the buildup for this movie, I haven’t heard Shia LaBeouf’s name once -- you know, the guy who was the star of the previous three ‘Transformers’ movies.

'Fury' Trailer: The Dying's Not Done, the Killing's Not Done

by Nick Romano June 25, 2014 @ 8:46 AM
Sony Pictures
The coming of the first 'Fury' trailer from director David Ayer ('End of Watch,' 'The Fast and Furious') brings a harsh look at the toll of war, as Brad Pitt leads the charge against the Nazis with his own band of brothers, of sorts, and one mighty tank.

'Fury' First Footage: Go Behind the Scenes of Brad Pitt's Latest War Movie

by Damon Houx June 10, 2014 @ 7:07 PM
Sony Pictures
Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf lead the cast of David Ayer's 'Fury,' which just released a first look at the film through a behind-the-scenes video for the E3 Conference. This production featurette is meant to get audiences excited for the action and the actors who make up the tank patrol in the film.

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's 'Project Greenlight' Returning to HBO After 13 Years

by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 30, 2014 @ 1:10 PM
TV seems never to be down and out these days, as where FOX and NBC have dusted off '24' and 'Heroes' respectively, now HBO is reaching into its own past to return Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's 'Project Greenlight' series after 13 years off the air. That said, will anything be different about the document series in its new iteration, and will Affleck and Damon return?

Reel Women: James Franco's Whiny Male Privilege, and Why Actresses Don't Pull Stunts Like Shia LaBeouf

by Britt Hayes February 21, 2014 @ 11:37 AM
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This week, James Franco, the multi-hyphenate talent and student of all things art, finally chimed in on the ongoing shenanigans (Shia-nanigans?) of Shia LaBeouf -- from his plagiarism of Daniel Clowes, to his plagiarized apologies for his plagiarism, to his bizarre public appearances wearing a bag over his head declaring "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE," among various other ridiculous things. Franco's op-ed in The New York Times read like a myopic declaration of male actor privilege, particularly because you'll never see actresses pulling the same stunts LaBeouf's been pulling (or that their other male counterparts have, for that matter) -- and if they have or had, they certainly wouldn't have a career afterward.

'Nymphomaniac' Trailer: Cuddle Up with Shia LaBeouf for Valentine's Day

by Damon Houx February 13, 2014 @ 8:13 PM
With the most romantic holiday nearly upon us (Flag Day and Arbor Day can't even come close), Magnolia has gotten a little kinky and has teased the upcoming release of Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac' with a brand new trailer. And this one doesn't feature hardcore sex!

Shia LaBeouf Wears Paper Bag on His Head, Storms Out of 'Nymphomaniac' Press Conference

by Britt Hayes February 9, 2014 @ 10:01 PM
Shia LaBeouf continued his insane public antics this weekend at the German premiere of Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac,' appearing with a paper bag on his head and refusing to show his face to photographers snapping pictures -- and that's not all. The actor also plagiarized (yet again) part of a speech before storming out of the press conference for the film after the very first question. Guys, Shia really isn't famous anymore -- haven't you heard?

See the Cast of 'Even Stevens' Then and Now

by Britt Hayes January 17, 2014 @ 10:45 AM
Way back before Shia LaBeouf was the star of the 'Transformers' franchise, and way back before he was the controversial actor stirring up trouble with plagiarism allegations, he got his star on the Disney channel sitcom 'Even Stevens.' LaBeouf played Louis, who often clashed with his older sister Ren in the suburbs of Sacramento, and the show followed the two and their lives at home and at school with their friends. Now that LaBeouf has announced his retirement, we decided to take a look back at the show that started his whole career. Join us as we revisit the cast of the series, which ended in 2003, and see what they're all up to these days.

After Plagiarism Scandal, Shia LaBeouf Announces He's Retiring

by Mike Sampson January 10, 2014 @ 9:30 AM
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The past few weeks have not been kind to actor Shia LaBeouf. First he was booted from the cast of a Broadway play. Then he was busted plagiarizing his apology to the other actors. Later, it was revealed his short film, 'Howard Cantour' was actually plagiarized from a comic by author Daniel Clowes. LaBeouf apologized and - you guessed it - that was plagiarized too. He hired a skywriter to fly a smug "I am Sorry Daniel Clowes" banner over Los Angeles (Clowes lives in San Francisco) and defiantly posted the cease and desist from Clowes' lawyers online.
Whatever seems to be happening in LaBeouf's personal life that has precipitated this breakdown appears to have finally reached it's head as the actor announced that he's ready to retire.

Shia LaBeouf Apologizes for His Plagiarized Short Film [UPDATE]

by Jacob Hall December 17, 2013 @ 10:30 AM
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If there's one thing an artist should never do, it's directly steal from another artist without giving due credit. Apparently, someone forgot to tell Shia LaBeouf, who released a short film he directed online only to find himself being accused of plagiarism. Well, "accused" is the wrong word here, mainly because LeBeouf undoubtedly lifted dialogue and shots from another source, and didn't think that was important to mention in the film's credits.