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With a legal battle looming over LaBeouf, it didn't help that his apology which was posted on Twitter was also rumored to be a copy of a four-year-old Yahoo! Answer entry.
The former 'Transformers' actor expresses his remorse and says he's 'f**ked up' for failing to credit Daniel Clowes in 'HowardCantour.com'.
The film about online film critic Howard Cantour has been made unavailable shortly after being released online following the plagiarism accusation.
The 'Nymphomaniac' actor is pictured wearing nothing but his birthday suit as he's sitting alone with his head down.
The actor was attacked by a bystander after he wouldn't stop filming a woman throwing up on the street.
Others captured in their most intimate moments include Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jamie Bell, Christian Slater, Mia Goth, and Willem Dafoe.
Playing the titular character, the 'Lawless' actor finds himself in a serious trouble with a ruthless Romanian crime boss for trying to woo his woman.
The three actors along with Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal are all featured sitting on a tank in the picture shared by director David Ayer.
'Chips are falling' after Will called the Tea Party the American Taliban by the U.S. Congress, and revealing photos of Sloan surface.
The Barney Stinson of 'How I Met Your Mother' opened the prize-giving event with an entertaining and hilarious musical performance on Sunday, June 9.
The erotic film's producer Louise Vesth says that 'above the waist' of the stars will be digitally grafted onto their stunts purposefully for the steamy and daring scenes.
Nastaran Dibai, who replaces original showrunner Kevin Abbot, will not return if the ABC comedy gets a second season.
Paramount also tries to get director D. J. Caruso attached to the project, which will reunite him with his 'Disturbia' star, LaBeouf, if all deals are closed.
The 'Company You Keep' actor says he accidentally broke his left foot while training for a possible project and calls his clash with Baldwin a 'tension' between men.
After abruptly departing the Broadway project, Shia shows support for his replacement as writing, 'BEN FOSTER IS A BEAST. HE WILL KILL IT.'