There are probably more works of fiction about the Weather Underground than there were ever members.
Okay, that's a hyperbolic statement, but when you get in the mindset of the radical left of the 1960s and 1970s you tend to get a little grand in your rhetoric. The Weather Underground, if you don't know, was the anti-Vietnam youth movement so sickened by the US's foreign policy that they felt they had to “bring the war home” with acts of domestic terrorism. In real life, they called ahead to warn of bombs in government buildings – and the only blood they shed was their own during an explosives accident in a Greenwich Village apartment – but for the movies, even one by a bonafide liberal like Robert Redford, it is easy to paint them as people who let their ideals take them too far.
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A new trailer for 'The Company You Keep' starring Shia LaBeouf, Susan Sarandon, Robert Redford and pretty much half of Hollywood has hit the web and we gotta say, LaBeouf looks kind of convincing in those smart-person glasses.
Shia LaBeouf has been one barrel of crazy this last week, first admitting to dropping acid as part of his "method acting" routine for a new film in which his character -- duh -- takes acid. And now he's telling us all about the time he sent Lars von Trier his sex tapes to get the part in the director's upcoming film 'Nymphomaniac.'
Sporting one of the more impressive ensemble casts of the year, 'The Company You Keep' is a thriller directed by and starring Robert Redford. It's beginning to make the festival rounds, hitting Venice before traveling to Toronto, and looks like it could be a strong awards-season contender. To get you adequately prepared, a trailer for the film has premiered, which you can check out below.
2012 has been quite a year for eccentric performances. Matthew McConaughey in 'Magic Mike,' Michael Shannon in 'Premium Rush,' Rep. Todd Akin on the campaign trail. . .but the winner of this year's Walken/Cage prize surely has to go to the relative newcomer to the A-list Tom Hardy. Between his masked anarchist Bane in 'The Dark Knight Rises' and his authority-resistant bag of muscles, Forrest Bondurant, in John Hilcoat's 'Lawless,' Hardy has delivered two pugnacious, guttural turns that ought to keep the impressions coming for years.
How far is Shia LaBeouf willing to go for his 'Nymphomanic' director Lars von Trier? From what LaBeouf is saying: all the way, and maybe a little further.
Here's some weird news for you guys: Shia LaBeouf -- yes, that Shia LaBeouf -- is in talks to join Lars von Trier's latest film, titled 'Nymphomaniac.' And we think that's just about the coolest thing he could ever do... besides never working with Michael Bay again.
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.