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The 'Nymphomaniac' actor plays mute and stays silent when he's asked what he's sorry for.
The 'Lone Survivor' actor seemingly pokes fun at LaBeouf's latest antics, writing on Twitter, 'I AM BEGINNING TO FEEL SLIGHTLY MORE FAMOUS.'
The 'Nymphomaniac' star holds an art installation in a gallery in Los Angeles, alerting fans about the show in a Twitter post which reads, '#IAMSORRY.'
Promoting 'Nymphomaniac' at the International Film Festival Berlinale, LaBeouf had only one sentence to tell reporters and a paper bag to explain his situation.
The 'Nymphomaniac' star joins Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Kate Hudson, Danny McBride, and Zooey Deschanel in the indie comedy.
The 'Nymphomaniac' actor plans to showcase his piece in a Los Angeles art gallery where he will be 'subjected to humiliation or forgiveness at the visitor's discretion.'
The 'Nymphomaniac' actor claims he intentionally ripped off others for 'a performance art,' which he did with the help of Luke Turner, David Ayer, and Kenneth Goldsmith.
The short-fused actor made a video in which he stated that he is 'super normal' but won't keep quiet when somebody talks bad about someone close to him.
The 'Charlie Countryman' actor angrily confronts another man at the Hobgoblin pub before being dragged away by his companion.
McCarthy, who dated Carrey for five years, defends the 'Ace Ventura' actor on 'The View', saying that he is 'a great father' who loves his daughter 'more than anything in the world.'
In a hilarious mocking response to Labeouf's retirement plan, the 'Scrubs' actor tells the 'Charlie Countryman' star to 'Stop. Don't. come back.'
The actor tweeted that his artistic work has been under attacks, therefore the decision is to quit public life.
To show the producers that he's fearless enough to go full frontal, the Jerome depicter agreed to send them snapshots of his package.
The 'Girls' actress trashes the 'Nymphomaniac' star over his cloudy apology, and he reacts by deliberately ripping off her apology over a Halloween costume joke.
Actors Seth Rogen and Patton Oswalt as well as 'Saturday Night Live' writer Chris Kelly trash the 'Charlie Countryman' star as they weigh in on his plagiarism scandal.