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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.'
The 'Lawless' actor posts a series of private emails between him and Alec Baldwin among others, letting people know about the 'creative differences' that led him to bow out of the Broadway show.
LaBeouf runs across the streets with happy feeling after Evan Rachel Wood promises to kiss him, but that's before he gets hit hard by a passing car.
The ABC News presenter is pleased to inform her fans that her recovery 'is going in the right direction' and she will leave hospital after her fever is gone.
Sharing his experience in filming the daring scene in 'The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman', LaBeouf says, 'I'm scared. I've never done acid before.'
Thanks to her low-budget but high-earning movie 'Black Swan', Portman is deemed a worthy actor to hire.
The 'Lawless' actor will star opposite Alec Baldwin in the revival of Lyle Kessler's 1983 play about a young thief named Treat.
The 'Transformers' star is drinking in a scruffy bar in London with 'Nymphomaniac' co-star Mia Goth before getting mad and involved in a scuffle with a student prankster.
A rep for LaBeouf claims that the actor is never even in talks to return as Sam Witwicky, insisting that 'salary did not impact his decision' to leave the autobot war film franchise.
'I sent him [Lars von Trier] videotapes of me and my girlfriend having sex and that's how I got the job,' so LaBeouf says of how he gets cast in the Danish director's much-talked-about erotic drama.
LaBeouf stars as an ambitious young reporter who is hell-bent to reveal the identity of Redford's character, who is a former militant hunted by the FBI for 30 years.