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Karolyn Pho looks upset when she has an argument with the Sam Witwicky of 'Transformers' movie series a few days after he agrees to do 'whatever is asked' for 'The Nymphomaniac'.
Examining a laptop, LaBeouf sports a nerdy look in his portrayal of an ambitious young journalist who reveals the true identity of a former 1970s radical fugitive.
The 'American Idol' judge will executive produce the hour-long drama that centers on a lesbian couple who brings a teenager into their already child-heavy household.
In addition to the trailer, The Weinstein Company reveals an infographic guide to the handguns used by Tom, Shia and Guy Pearce in the moonshine movie.
Together with actress Denna Thomsen, LaBeouf portrays a couple who has 'addiction to drugs, or sex, or anything -and how you get stuck in a cycle'.
Having branded his violent fight scene against Guy Pearce messy, dirty and realistic, the 'Transformers' actor opens up that its filming process was 'really organic'.
Announcing the separation through his representative, the 'Bad Boys' star says that he and Shamicka 'will continue to remain friends' out of love and respect for one another.
The animation studio confirms that it will next develop a movie about Dia de los Muertos holiday, an untitled film that 'takes you inside the mind', and another pic called 'The Good Dinosaur'.
Witnessing the 'Raven' actor unveil the 2,469th star on Hollywood Boulevard are sister Joan Cusack and fellow actors Billy Bob Thornton, Jack Black and Dan Aykroyd.
The 'Never Say Never' hitmaker reveals he's written a song about Mariah Yeater, but is not sure if it is going to make the cut for his upcoming album 'Believe'.
Portraying Jack and Forrest Bondurant respectively, Shia and Tom are forced to face a gangster and a troublesome deputy after running a bootlegging business in Prohibition-era Franklin County.
Leanne Zaloumis, who broke into Cowell's London mansion on Saturday, March 24 night, has been charged with one count of aggravated burglary, and is set to appear in court on Monday.
LaBeouf and Hardy play two of the three Bondurant brothers in the upcoming true story drama, which was formerly known as 'The Wettest County'.
While filming a scene for the upcoming political film in Vancouver, the 'Transformers' actor is caught on camera wearing a blue academic attire complete with a mortarboard.
Shea Carter, the man who tried to calm the 'Transformers' star down after his beatdown in Vancouver, Canada, claims that the actor threatened to pull out a knife on him before leaving.