Last night, Shia LaBeouf explained to Jimmy Kimmel why he chased a homeless man around Times Square and was arrested outside of a cabaret.
You can thank Shia LaBeouf's mom for setting him straight.
So method, bro.
When promoting your movie, you have to say things that you may not completely believe or convince yourself of the lies you tell.
Shia LaBeouf headed out with Mia Goth Saturday morning to grab some breakfast after a marathon.
Contrary to prior reports, Shia LaBeouf did not check into rehab but he is seeking treatment for alcoholism.
Shia LaBeouf might have a problem.
First rule of Fight Club. Don't invite Shia LaBeouf.
Shia LaBeouf is now banned from The Local Peasant, a restaurant in Sherman Oaks.
Shia LaBeouf's life keeps getting better.
With Shia LaBeouf on his bag over head apology tour where people like the guy below yell at him trying to get him to break, other actors are taking this opportunity to remind the public that, unlike Shia, they are still famous.
On Tuesday, Shia LaBeouf invited everyone to his one-man art project in LA called “#IAMSORRY”.
Not even 10 minutes in, Shia LaBeouf walked out of a press conference for Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac on Sunday. LaBeouf showed up at the event in the Ritz-Carlton looking thinner and showing off a missing bottom tooth that he pulled out for David Ayer’s Fury.
Shia LaBeouf wants to pay penance for plagiarizing Daniel Clowes’ work.
Tough guy actor Shia LaBeouf and a random guy at a pub called Hobgoblin in South London got into an argument over Shia’s girlfriend’s mom.
Having endured criticism because he plagiarized Daniel Clowes and then every famous person ever, Shia LaBeouf has had enough.
Having plagiarized Daniel Clowes’ graphic novel and then plagiarizing apologies from famous people because he wanted to make it seem like it was done on purpose, Shia LaBeouf has finally apologized to Clowes for real the only way he knows how.
Ever since Shia LaBeouf was found to have plagiarized Daniel Clowes’ illustrated short for his short film, people have been taking a closer look at what he’s done in the past and after.