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LOS ANGELES (AP) — For Zack Gottsagen, being named as one of The Associated Press' Breakthrough Entertainers of 2019 is a confirmation of his success.
NEW YORK (AP) — Josh and Benny Safdie’s Diamond District crime film “Uncut Gems” and Robert Eggers’ fever-dream period tale “The Lighthouse” led the 35th annual Film Independent Spirit Awards with...
NEW YORK (AP) — While in court-mandated rehab following his viral-videoed, racist-ranting 2017 arrest for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct, Shia LaBeouf put his childhood reflections into...
"Honey Boy" will break your heart.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Shia LaBeouf is trying to show how different he is from his co-star in "The Peanut Butter Falcon," Zack Gottsagen.
"Hey, Zack," says LaBeouf. "Are you a good opera...
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LaBeouf steps into own trauma in ‘Honey Boy’
Showbiz Minute: Weinstein, Brolin, LaBeouf
Shia LaBeouf has no comment as he attends court case
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Actor Shia LaBeouf was sentenced to probation Thursday after the "Transformers" star pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of obstruction stemming from his attempt to elude police following a vulgar public outburst in Georgia.
LaBeouf, 31, received a year on probation from a Recorder's Court judge in Savannah, where he was arrested July 8 while in coastal Georgia to film the movie "The Peanut Butter Falcon."
ShowBiz Minute: LaBeouf, Lovato, Klum
Shia’s all about the fans
TORONTO (AP) — Though seldom a smash on the big screen, tennis movies took center court at the Toronto International Film Festival, where "Borg/McEnroe" opened the annual festival Thursday.
ShowBiz Minute: LaBeouf, Kid Rock, Lynn
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Shia LaBeouf apologized Wednesday for a racist tirade against Georgia police officers and jailors who arrested him Saturday for public drunkenness.
The actor wrote in a statement posted on Twitter Wednesday that he has been publicly struggling with addiction for "far too long." He called his behavior a new low and attributed it in part to his complete disrespect for authority.
ShowBiz Minute: Cornell, LaBeouf, Cromwell
LaBeouf’s drunken arrest caught on video
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Actor Shia LaBeouf has been released from a Georgia jail after posting $7,000 bond on charges of public drunkenness.
The Chatham County Sheriff's Office says the 31-year-old was arrested in a hotel lobby at 4 a.m. Saturday by the Savannah Police Department and released.
He also faces charges of disorderly conduct and obstruction.
HELSINKI (AP) — Shia LaBeouf's latest stunt is to spend a month isolated in a cabin in Finland's remote Lapland region with his only communication with the outside world coming via text message to visitors to a Helsinki museum.
The project is called #ALONETOGETHER and involves the other two members of the actor's art collective, Nastja Ronkko and Luke Turner. Ronkko and Turner are also spending time isolated in separate cabins in Lapland beginning Wednesday.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Actor Shia LaBeouf is citing safety concerns in cutting the livestream from the political performance art piece that was installed in downtown Albuquerque just days ago.
The actor informed his followers via social media Thursday that the stream was taken down after gunshots were reported in the area.
ShowBiz Minute: Jolie, LaBeouf, Saldana
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Actor Shia LaBeouf has brought a performance-art piece against President Donald Trump to New Mexico's largest city.
The Albuquerque Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2lWMbGd) that LaBeouf, along with two other artists, brought on Saturday a 24-hour live-streaming camera mounted to a wall with the message in block letters: "He will not divide us," referring to Trump. The artists want people to go up to the camera and repeat the phrase
NEW YORK (AP) — The Museum of the Moving Image announced Friday it has closed a performance art project involving Shia LaBeouf, citing "serious public safety hazards."
The project involved the actor and others chanting "He will not divide us" in front of a camera outside the museum since Donald Trump's first day as president three weeks ago. It was scheduled to last for four years.
NEW YORK (AP) — Actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested in New York City early Thursday after he got into an altercation with another man during a performance art project that has seen him chanting "He will not divide us" in front of a live camera since Donald Trump's first day as president.
Police said LaBeouf pulled the scarf of a 25-year-old man outside the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, scratching his face in the process. They said he also pushed the man, who refused medical attention.
ShowBiz Minute: Moore, LaBeouf, Spencer
NEW YORK (AP) — Shia LaBeouf wants you to know: "He will not divide us."
For the first few days of Donald Trump's presidency, the actor has been repeating that sentence into a live camera mounted on a wall outside a New York City museum, usually with a backdrop of everyday New Yorkers chanting and singing along.
NEW YORK (AP) — On Inauguration Day, actor Shia LaBeouf led a group of teenagers with the chant: "He will not divide us."
Looking into a camera placed on a wall outside the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, a diverse group of teenagers — some wearing backpacks — chanted the words on the day Donald Trump was named president in Washington, D.C.
"Man Down" carries a poignant message about American veterans' mental health needs, but you may give up on the movie before it gets there. Nothing is clear until the film's final moments, which hit with a gut punch just before the credits roll.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two distinctly American odysseys, Andrea Arnold's teens-on-the-road film "American Honey" and Barry Jenkins' coming-of-age tale "Moonlight" led the Film Independent Spirit Awards nominations Tuesday with six nods each, including best feature and best director.
Other best-feature candidates are "Manchester by the Sea," ''Jackie" and "Chronic." Jenny Slate and Edgar Ramirez announced the nominees at an event in Hollywood.