09:55 PM EDT 04/13/2013
Originally posted 02/21/2013 10:00AM
Shia LaBeouf will not be bowing on the Great White Way this spring.
The actor, who was scheduled to make his Broadway debut in a revival of the play Orphans alongside Alec Baldwin, has dropped out due to "creative differences" producers say in a statement released to the Associated Press.
A source confirms the actor's departure, telling PEOPLE, "He was really into it, but at the end of the day he and the director had very different visions of what his character was like. And, unfortunately, they couldn't resolve those differences."
Another source close to the play echoes that the reason for LaBeouf's withdrawal "amounted to creative differences with the director and Shia."
Originally posted 08/28/2012 09:55AM
It looks like Shia LaBeouf may take Method acting very seriously.
For his latest independent film, The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman, which costars Evan Rachel Wood, Rupert Grint, Melissa Leo and Mads Mikkelsen, LaBeouf, 26, plays a Mob character – one who trips out on LSD, reports USA Today.
"There's a way to do an acid trip like [the comedy] Harold & Kumar," he tells the newspaper, "and there's a way to be on acid."
Originally posted 08/14/2012 02:00PM
Robert Pattinson put on a happy face Monday night, at the afterparty following the New York City premiere of Cosmopolis.
Making his way to the PH-D Rooftop Lounge at Manhattan's Dream Downtown hotel at around 10 p.m., the heartbroken actor – who was recently cheated on by girlfriend Kristen Stewart – sipped a bottle of beer and took regular puffs from an electronic cigarette, according to an onlooker.
"He was very charismatic, all smiles, looking very relaxed and hugging all who stopped by to say hi," the insider tells PEOPLE about Pattinson, who left around midnight. "The general crowd gravitated towards his table, but he was shielded by security. He was surrounded by women and the movie's cast."
Adds the source, "The whole room was watching him, and he looked genuinely at ease and comfortable the whole time."
Other guests at the fete included Judah Friedlander, Shia LaBeouf and the film's costar Paul Giamatti, who stayed "away from the cast, looking over at Rob, and looked like he felt sorry for him," the source says.
Earlier in the day, Pattinson did his best at cracking jokes with Jon Stewart during a taping of The Daily Show.
– Kristin Boehm
Originally posted 05/31/2012 05:35PM
They were one of the hottest casts to walk the red carpet this year in Cannes. The stars of the western crime drama Lawless gathered for a special PEOPLE shoot, right after their big moment on the steps of the Palais de Festivals on May 19.
Shot steps from the Palais at the Baoli Beach Club before their after-party, the cast includes Guy Pearce, Jason Clarke, Shia LaBeouf (who brought his mother as his date), Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hardy and Dane DeHaan.
The close-knit cast toasted each other and Chastain, a red carpet mainstay this year, who was on the cover of French magazine Gala. When Hardy held up the magazine vertically, pretending that Chastain was a centerfold, the group burst out laughing.
Festival veteran Wasikowska says, "It's always so great here. It's like Hollywood on overload!"
Originally posted 04/20/2012 02:15PM
He may not be saving the world like his character in the Transformers franchise, but Shia LaBeouf is making his own mark as a comic book cartoonist.
LaBeouf, 25, has drawn and written his own graphic novels, Stale N Mate, Cyclical and Let's … Party, and the webcomics series Cheek Up's, all sold through his self-publishing website.
The actor even surprised attendees at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo last weekend by purchasing a table to sell his books and sign copies for fans. LaBeouf, who went largely unrecognized, says the best part about the impromptu trip was just "having an opportunity to blend in with 5,000 fans all enjoying the same thing."
Originally posted 11/02/2011 06:00AM
He may be in Vancouver filming his new movie, The Company You Keep, but Shia LaBeouf had a welcome on-set visitor: girlfriend Karolyn Pho. She was casually dressed and chatty with crewmembers as she watched her beau film his scene, even listening to his dialogue in headphones. Later, director Robert Redford came over to introduce himself, shaking her hand. Shia also managed to escape the set for a bit, grabbing a beverage with his girlfriend at a coffee shop nearby, before strolling back to set arm in arm. – Christine Kilpatrick
Originally posted 10/18/2011 11:30AM
Shia LaBeouf got into a fistfight outside a bar in Vancouver last week, according to local news reports, and had to be restrained by friends after a man punched him in the head.
TMZ has video of the alleged incident, which shows a burly shirtless man beating someone who appears to be LaBeouf, 25, who is lying on the sidewalk.
The actor is seen getting up and trying to chase the unidentified man, but is held back by a friend, who tells him, "You gotta lay low right now."
According to Vancouver radio station News1130, LaBeouf was having a drink at Cinema Public House downtown when the alleged incident occurred.
Originally posted 09/16/2011 10:00AM
Originally posted 06/29/2011 11:15AM
Selena Gomez think he's "so cute" and "so handsome" – but she's not talking about boyfriend Justin Bieber.
In a YouTube video Gomez posted Tuesday night, the starlet gets starstruck when she meets her longtime celeb crush, Shia LaBeouf.
Thanks to some coy plotting by her pals, who told her she was about to meet a fan, Gomez, 18, bumps into the actor, 25. "I'm so sorry to bother you," she tells him.
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