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The former 'Transformers' star announces in a Twitter post that his upcoming running-themed event will take place at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.
The 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' actor has been granted a restraining order against a deranged woman who believed Shia was Albert Einstein and threatened to blow up his house.
The 'Nymphomaniac' actor will have his case dismissed if he stays out of trouble for six months and completes treatment for three months.
A passion project from 'The Hangover' director Todd Phillips, the film follows two stoners who end up being charged with 71 counts of fraud.
Wearing a dark suit, a blue shirt and a tie, the former 'Transformers' actor is accompanied by his lawyer as he makes an appearance at Manhattan Criminal Court.
The 'Transformers' actor was allegedly taking alcohol treatment program seriously with a motivation not to embarrass his fellow co-star in 'Fury'.
The 'Braveheart' actor discussed his downfalls of fame and said that he felt pity for the 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' actor in a recent interview.
Following a report that LaBeouf has checked into rehab, a representative for LaBeouf explains that the former 'Transformers' star is seeking treatment for alcoholism, but he's not in rehab.
According to a new report, the former 'Transformers' actor is seen leaving his home in Hollywood Hills to a rehab facility after he was arrested during a Broadway show last week.
In a newly-surfaced video, which reportedly was taken a week prior to his arrest, the former 'Transformers' star can be seen seemingly taunting a man outside an NYC strip club.
The former 'Transformers' star was taken into police custody and charged with two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of criminal trespassing.
The former 'Transformers' star is disruptive during the first act of the play and is escorted out of Studio 54 by some police officers during intermission.
Besides playing the lead role, the 'Neighbors' actor will serve as a producer for the big-screen take on John Grisham's novel.
The 'Nymphomaniac' actor was supposed to be Danny McBride's on-screen buddy in the Barry Levinson-directed comedy.
In a piece published on the New York Times, Franco writes, 'This behavior could be a sign of many things, from a nervous breakdown to mere youthful recklessness.'