Apparently Shia LaBeouf will do anything to prove that he's not famous anymore. The actor walked the red carpet at his latest film premiere with a paper bag on his head that said just that, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Shia LaBeouf has graduated from Twitter fights to real-world brawls. The actor was caught on tape headbutting a patron in a London pub who had apparently insulted the mother of the girl he was with.
LaBeouf got in the man's face and repeatedly shouted, "What'd you say about my girl's mom?" before headbutting the man.
For someone who's "retired" from a public life, Shia LaBeouf cannot stay out of the headlines.
On Sunday's Golden Globes, Jim Carrey poked fun at the former Disney star by saying, "Dying is easy. Comedy is hard...I believe it was Shia LaBeouf who said that." LaBeouf has been the butt of quite a few jokes after plagiarizing his 2012 short film HowardCantour.com from Daniel Clowes' comic Justin M. Damiano and then hiring a plane to skywrite an apology to Clowes. LaBeouf, who announced he was retiring from all public life last week, responded to Carrey's jab when he posted a YouTube video of Carrey's daughter's band and called Carrey out for his parenting skills.
For once, we doubt anyone will be too upset by Shia LaBeouf's recent tweet. The actor announced that he was "retiring from all public life" on Friday.
"In light of the recent attacks against my artistic integrity, I am retiring from all public life," LaBeouf wrote. "My love goes out to those who have supported me."
Lena Dunham is the latest celeb to be bothered by Shia LeBeouf's outlandish sky-writing apology.
A few weeks after LeBeouf apologized for plagiarizing his 2012 short film HowardCantour.com from Daniel Clowes' comic Justin M. Damiano, the actor hired a plane to write "I Am Sorry Daniel Clowes" in the sky over Los Angeles. A few days later, Dunham tweeted, "I've always felt, utterly and unchangeably, that only sociopaths hire skywriters."