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Shia LaBeouf Lost Without “Transformers?”

by Skylyr Ballew 30 June 2014 No Comment E-mail Skylyr Ballew

Growing up I always enjoyed watching television shows or movies starring Shia LaBeouf. Whether it was Disney’sEven Stevens” or the first 3 films of the “Transformers” franchise. The 4th film, “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” was released this past week, which starred Mark Wahlberg instead of Shia LaBeouf. The film topped the box office with an impressive $100 million gross. Could the film’s success be the cause of LaBeouf’s latest disruptive antics?

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A video has recently been released showing LaBeouf attempting to fight a man outside a NYC strip club. A week after this event, the former “Transformers” star attended a showing of the Broadway play “Cabaret.” Unfortunately he failed to see the final act, because he was taken into custody after yelling obscenities at the actors and causing enough disruption to have the police called. Continuing this behavior he was then reportedly muzzled with a mask, due to spitting on officers during his curse-filled rant. Witnesses claim that while inside the theater he mentioned all the fortune he had and that everyone should know who he is. Those statements are ironic as we look back on his paper bag incident, where he claimed he was no longer famous and was retiring from public life. Liza Minnelli’s rep sent LaBeouf a DVD copy of the 1972 film adaptation of “Cabaret,” so he could see how it ended.

LaBeouf continued these immature acts when he visited one of his favorite restaurants, Local Peasant in Sherman Oaks. The restaurant’s manager found him urinating on the restaurant’s wall and was immediately asked to leave. Labeouf apologized and then stated that he would never return to the restaurant again. That deal was made concrete when the restaurant gave him a lifetime ban

Do all of these bizarre acts have something to do with “Transformers?” I’m sure it’s something much deeper than a film about robots, but we really do wish the best for him. I’m sure the press team of his next movie, “Fury,” are hoping he changes his ways as it gets closer to promo time. Plus audiences always love a Hollywood comeback.

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