The new character posters for Lars Von Triers’ film “Nymphomanic” feature all the cast members naked, in various stages of orgasm. I never wanted to see Shia this way, but, all things considered, it could have been way worse. However, I won’t let my distaste for LeBeouf keep me from seeing the film, in which self-diagnosed nymphomanic Joe (played by Gainsbourg) confesses her sexcapades to the stranger who saves her after an attack. You can see the rest of the characters — including Christian Slater and Uma Thurman — giving O face here. [JoBlo]
Well this is disappointing news. I was really looking forward to seeing Shia LeBeouf doing his own huffing and puffing. But no, Shia will have a porn star body double in “Nymphomaniac.”
The raunchy Lars Von Trier directed drama, which stars LaBeouf and Uma Thurman, will feature graphic sex scenes, but the film’s producer has confirmed the famous faces won’t be doing the deed on camera. Instead, pornographic actors will be used for the provocative scenes with the actors’ faces superimposed onto their bodies in post-production. Read more on Socialite Life…
My disdain, nay, my utter revulsion for James Franco is well documented on this site. But it seems that there is a dark horse waiting in the wings, ready to pry the douche-prize right out of Franco’s well-oiled hands. Yes, Shia LaBeouf, who today, it was revealed, quit a play in which he was to costar with Alec Baldwin. Not only did LaBeouf unceremoniously quit due to “creative differences” with the director (which is a nice way of saying he was difficult), but LaBeouf then proceeded to tweet out apologies to Baldwin for leaving the production. Sweet, right? Except the apology was lifted directly from a 2009 Esquire article entitled “How To Be A Man.”
“A man can tell you he was wrong. That he did wrong. That he planned to. He can tell you when he is lost. He can apologize, even if sometimes it’s just to put an end to the bickering.” wrote LaBeouf, I mean Esquire’s Tom Chiarella.
So let’s take a look and compare LaBeouf’s encroaching doucheiness to Franco’s well-established d-bag card.
I feel very strongly about Crocs. As in, they are the only kind of footwear I cannot tolerate. I hate them even more than I hate those toesies running shoes. And I really hate those. I will excuse Tevas or flip flops or aqua socks or platform thongs, or those Fit sneakers, or even those horrid, pointy toed men’s dress shoes, but Crocs should be illegal. Here’s my thought: you can wear comfy, waterproof footwear without your feet looking ridiculous, right?
I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that Shia LaBeouf wears them on the regs. Oh, Shia. Don’t make things worse for yourself. Click onward to see more celebs committing acts of Crocery. [Photo: Flame/Flynet]
I’m not going to try to conceal it: Shia LaBeouf creeps the shit out of me. For starters, his name reminds me of an un-choice cut of beef, hence this picture of him in a cow costume. I couldn’t help myself. I realize this is not a legit reason to dislike a person I’ve never met. So let me dig deeper. I am irked by things he says — the way he overshares about his exes, his mother, his colleagues, his life in general. The man is bizarre. For instance, just this week he was talking about his plans for the future … Keep reading »
The hipster formula is as follows: If exclusivity is cool and hideous fashion is undesirable, then adopting hideous fashions because they are undesirable makes one exclusive. And this exclusivity, in turn, makes one cool. Now apply this philosophy to everything you own and… voila! You are a hipster! You will now be in the market for a Polaroid camera and declare that you were listening to bands no one’s heard of before it was cool to listen to bands no one’s heard of.
For those too square to know, hipsters are currently stuck on a nostalgic obsession with both the 1980s and 1880s, adopting the silliest and most anachronistic fashion choices of both simultaneously. The result is a horrifying mix of big glasses, curly mustaches, tight T-shirts and brimmed hats. We couldn’t help but notice that Shia LaBeouf’s Prohibition-era style in the new gangster film ”Lawless” looks oddly… contemporary. So we’ve compiled a look back at movie characters who didn’t realize they were being hip before anyone else was. Read more…