“I’m done,” says the guy who has the luxury of saying that because the thing he’s done with has made him very rich.
Unlike Shia, some of them won!!
Better luck next time Tom Cruise.
Shia will play a journalist hot on the trail of Redford’s fugitive.
Three movies is enough for any man.
If this were just a movie about cool robot fights, that would be awesome. That’s not what it is though.
Pics or didn’t happen.
Oh yeah. John Malkovich is in this thing.
Apparently, Harrison Ford will not stop lifting weights until he shows up to the set of ‘Indy 5′.
We all knew it was just a matter of time.
Shia explains the Megan Fox/Michael Bay beef and how it’s cool when chicks take their clothes off.
Can Autobots turn into Patrick Dempsey now?
Michael Bay doing what he does best: Making giant robots fight while Shia LaBeouf looks on helplessly.
Give peace a chance, robots.
If you think Michael Bay movies are just mind-numbing explosion-fests, you’re totally right. At least, that’s what these screenshots seem to confirm.
In ‘Horns’, LaBeouf will play a guy who wakes up from a night of heavy drinking with a pair of horns growing from his head. I’ve had worse hangovers.
Many of these 10 best young movie actors made their marks during the 1980's. This decade in cinema saw the rise of the "coming of age" genre with relatable characters…
The coupling of Caruso and the smart, deep story of ‘Preacher’ sounds as unnatural as sex between an angel and a demon.
The conspiracy is out! The teaser trailer for Michael Bay’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon has landed (puuuuuuunriffic!) We get a nice moody build-up, but the basic gist is astronauts exploring the moon find an alien life form. I have a feeling Shia LaBeouf then comes in and saves the day.
Christmas has come early for John Hillcoat. He was all frownies last year when funding dropped out for his drama The Wettest County In The World. Turns out, he can get wet after all.
"So, Shia. When I told you to 'f**k off,' what I really meant was 'f**k off.'"
Oliver Stone just sky-rocketed to the position of my favorite person on Earth with today's news that he told Shia LaBeouf to eff off. LaBeouf recounted the story at the Wall Street 2 premiere:
"We're in the Adirondacks, and Josh Brolin and I are shooting this bike scene, and at one point I say to Josh a line — 'You should look at yourself in the mirror first and see yourself. It might scare you.' I looked at the line for a couple of months and thought I'd go to Oliver and say, 'You look at the mirror and look at yourself. It's sort of repetitive. Why don't we just cut one of those? Why don't I say, Look at yourself. It might scare you.' This is Oliver verbatim. He looks at me and goes, 'I like mirror. I wrote Scarface. Go fuck yourself.'"
Oliver Stone, I officially forgive you for U-Turn. Now, could you please cast Justin Bieber in one of your films? (Vulture)
This video is basically saying that Jewish people share certain traits. I should know. I look like a combo of Shia, Adam Sandler, and Marty Feldman. (Buzzfeed)
Enjoy these Thursday links.
Sara Silverman Goes Full Frontal In 'Taking This Waltz' (Moviehopping)
Brooklyn Man Uses Found Pennies To Make Art (Asylum)
The 16 Most Shameful Politician's Daughters (Ranker)
5 Legitimate Reasons To View Porn At Work (HolyTaco)
Frotcast 14: Easbound & Down, Centurion, And 30 For 30 (FilmDrunk)
Dive Bar T-Shirt Club (Maxim)
New York Mets Now Hiring Sports Spoof Commercial (BarStoolSports)
A Tribute To The Trapper Keeper (EgoTV)
F*cking F*ck Sidekick Ellen Page, 'Super' Clip (Pajiba)
Today I Learned That Don Draper Was A Real Guy (Unreality)
Chick Projectile Vomits During 424-Pound Deadlift (TotalProSports)
Better In Japan: Bicycle Parking (Smosh)
Sexy New Photos Of Inez Sainz (BroBible)
Kim Kardashian Playboy Outtakes (CelebJihad)
New York MMA Documentary (CagePotato)
Airbrushing Controversy Surrounding Gabourey Sidibe (PopEater)
iRetrofone For Old Timey iPhones (MadeMan)
In this new clip from Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Gordon Gecko (Michael Douglas) and Bretton Woods (Josh Brolin) get all up in each others' business practices. When Gecko takes Bretton to task for his sub-primes, you know it's on like 4:59PM on the floor of the Stock Exchange. My brow gets sweaty just thinking of these two ruthless businessmen discussing market liquidity. You have to build up to that kind of conflict, though.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps crashes into theaters September 24th.
Check out the financial disses after the jump…
Please don't smoke that thing while Tony's enjoying his cigar, Shia.
Tony Scott is rumored to be close to directing the adaptation of John Grisham's The Associate. From his successful "lawyers running away from things" series, The Associate is set to star Shia LaBeouf with The Departed's William Monahan on scripting duties.
This isn't confirmed yet and Scott has enough on his plate with Potsdamer Platz, Hell's Angels, and that Chippendales movie, so take the news with a grain of salt. I don't see why they really need a director for this project. John Grisham movies kind of just direct themselves. Do studios really need to pay millions upon millions of dollars to have someone say, "Okay Shia. What you're giving me right now is a light jog. I need a jaunt. Get them legs up. That's good. Okay. Now go get double-crossed by Gene Hackman." (LA Times)
Michael Bay is currently shooting Transformers 3 in Playa Vista, CA, and Just Jared managed to snag some pictures from the set. Let me set the scene so that you may fully understand the gravitas behind the stills. Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Tyrese Gibson are being chased by an evil Decepticon who tips over a building. Oh the subtext! The building is clearly a metaphor for the Decepticon's abusive father. I smell an Oscar. **Places lid on trashcan stuffed with a decomposing grouch**Check out the pics after the jump…
Michael Bay has followed in the footsteps of Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox, he's crapping on Michael Bay. In an interview with USA Today, Bay admits that Transformers 2 wasn't that great of a film. He's even willing to take some of the blame… sort of."I'll take some of the criticism," says Bay, standing at a set built to resemble a dilapidated nuclear reactor. "It was very hard to put (the sequel) together that quickly after the writers' strike (of 2007-08)."Are you sure this was on set? I hear Michael Bay has a bed shaped like a dilapidated nuclear reactor."One thing we're getting rid of is what I call the dorky comedy," Bay adds. So the twins, the two bumbling, slang-spewing robots? "They're basically gone,"Please bookmark this article for when something far worse than the Twins pratfalls its way throughout the movie. I'm hoping to build a court case modeled after The People Vs. Revenge of the Sith. At least we may have a more fascinating villian (like that matters in these films). Bay admits that the Fallen was kind of a "sh*t character," and reveals the next film will feature Shockwave as the blurry, jumble of robot that will scream his own name for zero discernible reason. He also notes:"As a trilogy, it really ends," he says. "It could be rebooted again, but I think it has a really killer ending."Sure. We've all heard that before.
This is what happens when you complain.Last week we pondered whether Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, the Victoria's Secret model with zero acting credibility, would be selected to fill the Megan Fox-shaped hole in all of our Transformers 3 hearts. Today we have the answer: duh.Pending negotiations, Rosie will fill the role of semi-nude girl tinkering with a motor, and star opposite Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, and Tyrese Gibson. If she opts in, Rosie will be having her leg humped by either a miniature Decepticon or Shia LaBeouf within the next few weeks. (Deadline)
George 'El Guapo' Roush of Latino Review says that "if you hate The Muppets, you hate life." I'll take it one step further. If you hate The Muppets, I hate you. By that logic, I don't hate Nick Stoller, the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Stoller is at the helm of the latest outing from Kermit and the gang, The Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time. I always call The Muppets, the 'gateway drug for comedy nerds.' It's the first comedy we're introduced to, at least people our age. That's what we're going for with that. It will be for the whole family I guess, and for anyone who likes Muppets." Unlike my other childhood favorites (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Eraserhead), The Muppets are perfect for a remake/reboot since the characters don't age. Well, neither does that "baby" from Eraserhead, but that's pretty much a Muppet when you think about it. At any rate, until Shia Labeouf signs on as the villain who pretends to be interested in porking Miss Piggy so he can kidnap The Muppets and sell them off to "Furries," I'm going to remain optimistic. Waka, Waka, Waka!