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In his latest bout with public intoxication, Shia Labeouf got drunk outside of a bar (of all places) in Austin, Texas, and caused a scene. He jaywalked in front of police, according to TMZ, and was told to stop jaywalking, then did not stop jaywalking, and so police arrested him. He acted "bizarrely," TMZ reports, though that's a pretty ambiguous description, especially when referring to someone who often seems professionally bizarre. No word yet if the jaywalking was actually just a piece of performance art that was sorely misunderstood by Austin police, or whether they just arrested LeBeouf because he was the most famous jaywalker they could find at the time. »
- Greg Cwik
Transformers star was handcuffed in Austin, Texas, and taken to Travis county jail before being released on his own undertaking, police said
Shia Labeouf, the actor famous for his starring role in The Transformers series, has been arrested and charged with being drunk in public in Texas.
The 29-year-old was taken into custody in Austin on Friday night, while out in the city’s Sixth Street entertainment district. Labeouf was in the area for a music festival that is taking place this weekend, according to reports.
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- Chris Johnston
Shia Labeouf was arrested in Austin, Texas Thursday ... and witnesses say the actor was blitzed, out of control and disobeyed police. Shia was taken to the Travis County Jail and booked for misdemeanor public intoxication. It happened at around 7:45 Pm Ct outside a bar on 6th Street. A witness says Shia was either extremely drunk or high on drugs when he ran down the street and jaywalked in front of police. They warned him »
- TMZ Staff
The "Transformers" star was taken into custody at approximately 7:30 Pm Cst and transported to the Travis County Jail, a rep for the facility told Access.
Authorities said the actor is noted in the system as "released to a peer," which they clarified as meaning he has posted bail.
Photos: Shia Labeouf Over The Years
Local law enforcement told The Hollywood Reporter that officers approached Labeouf in the Texas capital's downtown bar district.
Witnesses captured the event ...
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Shia Labeouf has been arrested again, this time at the Austin City Limits music festival in Austin, Texas, TheWrap has learned. Officers noticed the actor’s bizarre behavior on 6th Street in downtown Austin and he was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication around 5:30 p.m. Pt. The crime is a misdemeanor. LeBeouf is no stranger to handcuffs, having been arrested in June 2014 at the Broadway musical “Cabaret” in New York for being drunk in public. Also Read: Shia Labeouf Seeking Treatment for Alcohol Addiction, Says Rep He pled guilty last September to disorderly conduct, and in March, a »
- Jeff Sneider
Shia Labeouf got himself into trouble again. The actor was arrested on Friday at around 7:30 p.m. outside of a bar on 6th Street in Austin, Texas, and charged with public intoxication, the Austin Police Department said in a statement obtained by E! News. It released a mug shot, which shows the actor sporting mustache and scruffy beard and wearing a blue T-shirt. Labeouf, who was in town for the Austin City Limits music festival, ran down the street and jaywalked in front of police, according to TMZ, who first reported the story, and officers gave the celeb a warning not to do it again. Apparently, Shia didn't listen, and his antics caused authorities to put handcuffs on him and take him »
Shia Labeouf was arrested in Austin on Friday night, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Lieutenant Ryan Moon with the Austin Police Department told THR that 29-year-old Labeouf was arrested shortly after 7:30 p.m. for public intoxication. He was later released, according to Travis County public records. He was first contacted by authorities in the street near the intersection of Sixth and San Jacinto and arrested on a sidewalk nearby. The actor is in town for the Austin City Limits music festival, TMZ reported. A rep for Labeouf did not immediately respond to The Hollywood Reporter's request
- Natalie Stone
Shia Labeouf had another run in with the police on Friday, Oct. 9. The Transformers star was arrested in Austin, Texas, on Friday, Oct. 9, TMZ reports. According to local news outlet Kvue, he was booked for misdemeanor public intoxication. Labeouf, 28, was reportedly arrested outside a local bar. In video obtained by TMZ, Labeouf is shown being handcuffed and placed into a cop car before being taken to Travis County Central Booking. According to the site, the actor had jaywalked in front of officers. The actor, who [...] »
More “Transformers” — much more, in fact — is on the way.
“We just finished, as some of you may have read, just an incredible experience,” he said. “We decided that we wanted to plot out the next 10 years of the Transformers franchise, so we got together in a room over a three-month period of time.”
“Nine of some of the most creative writers I have ever worked with, shepherded by Akiva Goldsman, who many of you may know won an Academy Award for A Beautiful Mind and written a bunch of great movies,” he went on. “And they plotted out the next 10 years of Transformers. Similarly, we are doing the same in television and in digital. So stay tuned, Transformers 5 is on its way, and 6 and 7 and 8.”
- Alex Stedman
Some directors develop projects for years and then suddenly abandon them — John Hillcoat was once going to direct “The Revenant” with Christian Bale in the lead. Some directors just keep their scripts tucked away in the queue for the next viable moment — like John Hillcoat with cop drama “Triple 9.” In other words, you win some, you lose some, and some projects you just need to cut loose. Originally a vehicle for Shia Labeouf — Hillcoat and the young actor did the bootlegging drama “Lawless” instead — the Aussie director of “The Road” and “The Proposition” briefly paused the project, rethought it, and came roaring back with a crazy good ensemble cast that includes Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, and many more. Read More: 'Walking Dead' Star Norman Reedus Joins 'Triple Nine' A crime thriller based on a Black List script from a few years back, “Triple 9” centers on a »
- Edward Davis
Keira Knightley was making her Broadway debut in the first preview performance of Thérèse Raquin when she was interrupted by a man who began screaming at her in the middle of the scene, AP reports. The fan reportedly stood up in the theater's mezzanine level and announced his love for the actress; when she stayed in character, he allegedly shouted out, "Five seconds is too long to wait for a response!" Before he could be escorted out by security, the man was able to throw a bouquet of flowers onto the stage, where they were soon kicked off by Knightley's co-star Gabriel Ebert. (After a brief break, the show went on.) Bizarrely, the incident occurred at Broadway's Studio 54 theater, the same location where Shia Labeouf drunkenly interrupted a performance of Cabaret last year. Future performances of Thérèse Raquin will see increased security. »
- Nate Jones
Is Kingdom of the Crystal Skull really the worst Indiana Jones movie out there? We dive into the beloved franchise to see and make the argument that Temple of Doom is as bad—or worse—than Crystal Skull is.
Ever since Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skulls came out 7 years ago, it’s gotten the (much deserved) reputation as an absolute atrocity and a desecration to the reputation of a much-loved franchise. The Kingdom of the Crystal Skulls has been commonly divorced from the original trilogy as a separate and inferior entity. Most fans lump the earlier trio into one group, praising them all as masterpieces, unlike the disastrous 2008 sequel. However, that may not be the whole truth. The second film, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was also a mess of a film with plenty of flaws, silly scenes, tonal problems, rip-off moments and bad characters. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Rob Young)
She will report to The Solution toppers Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel and focus on the development of commercial, high-caliber feature films to produce and finance in-house, along with the acquisition of third party titles for international sales.
Liang worked at Focus on Leigh Whannell’s “Insidious: Chapter 3,” starring Dermot Mulroney, and “Sinister 2” with James Ransone. Both titles were released under Focus’ genre label Gramercy Pictures and co-produced by Blumhouse Productions.
The Solution’s slate includes “Man Down,” starring Shia Labeouf, Gary Oldman and Kate Mara; boxing biopic “Bleed for This,” starring Miles Teller and Aaron Eckhart and executive produced by Martin Scorsese; “Oppenheimer Strategies,” starring Richard Gere, Charlotte Gainsbourg and »
- Dave McNary
"The Grinder" debuts tomorrow night at 8:30 on Fox as the most promising new network sitcom this fall. Some of that's just by default — as I've said, this is a poor freshman class — but some of it's the fun of watching Rob Lowe (playing a former TV legal drama star who returns home to Idaho to help out the family law practice) at his most cheerfully self-parodying, and much of it is the pleasure of having Fred Savage back in front of the camera in his first regular series role since the short-lived "Crumbs" back in 2006. Savage, like Ron Howard, was a natural child actor as both a little kid (in movies like "The Princess Bride" and "Vice Versa") and a teenager (growing up as the avatar of all things Baby Boomer on "The Wonder Years"), and seemed well-equipped to make the transition into adult acting once he graduated from Stanford. »
- Alan Sepinwall
The live action feature film version of an American Akira is like Rasputin; no matter how many people try to kill it dead, it has enough resolve to live on. Similar to Shia Labeouf’s resume, the project has been passed around from one Hollywood shot-caller to the next, in hopes that someone will be brave enough to pick it up.
Akira is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by the revered Katsuhiro Otomo, who later directed an anime film of the series that is widely regarded as one of the best animated films of all time. The original story of Akira is set in post-apocalyptic Neo-Tokyo, 2019, and follows bikers Shotaro Kaneda and Tesuo Shima. Tetsuo develops telekinetic powers, leading Kaneda to try and stop him from releasing a powerful entity known as Akira.
Akira has yet to find a visionary brave enough to not only tackle its sprawling, »
- Vince Cicchino
Maddie Ziegler, is no longer America’s first pre-teen sex kitten. She’s officially (almost) a teen! She marked the occasion with a sexy new dance video, wearing short shorts and, well, looking well beyond her still tender age. You may recall, last January, Ziegler starred in Aussie singer Sia’s controversial video for her song “Elastic Heart.” She simulated a cage fight in a seductive dance with 28-year-old actor Shia Labeouf. ...Read More »
It's the battle of the real life Disney princes and princesses! We ranked nine former Disney Channel actors and actresses who are now even bigger stars—huge, in fact! No. 9 on our list is Shia Labeouf, 29, who starred on Even Stevens as Louis Stevens. The show aired for three seasons until 2003, after which he appeared in big box office films such as Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Then came several years of some rather strange, headline-making behavior, a rehab stint and a brief retirement from public life. Labeouf can be seen »
'Descendants' star Sofia Carson is inspired by the success of Selena Gomez. The 22-year-old actress - who appears in the role of Evie, the daughter of the Evil Queen, in Disney's new musical fantasy film - has revealed she's eager to follow in the footsteps of the 23-year-old beauty, who's established herself as one of America's top singers and actresses. Asked which of Disney's former stars have inspired her career, Sofia exclusively told Bang Showbiz: ''I'm a huge fan of all of them. I was definitely a huge Selena Gomez fan. ''But all of the shows, 'Raven', 'Lizzie McGuire', with Hilary Duff - all of them. I admire anyone who is in this business. ''Oh, Ryan Gosling and Justin Timberlake. Shia Labeouf is an amazing actor.'' And as well as appearing in the movie, Sofia is also set to launch her own music career, revealing »
Plot: A war veteran (Shia Labeouf) desperately searches for his wife and son in post-apocalyptic America. Review: I'll say this for director Dito Montiel – he never takes the easy road. From his divisive first film, A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints to the much-maligned Son Of No One to his recent Boulevard, Montiel is a hugely ambitious director who consistently aims to make art even if the... Read More »
- Chris Bumbray
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