Maybe you know Shia LaBeouf as the actor from "Transformers," or the last installment of "Indiana Jones," or maybe he's the "is that the guy who wore a paper bag on his head?" Either way.
It's kind of eery how similar Shia LaBeouf looks when next to a young Albert Einstein. We'd suggest a biopic, but we're worried how that would end up for Shia's co-stars. It wouldn't be fair to wish that on anyone.
The saga of the Broadway play on which Shia LaBeouf bailed continues, as Alec Baldwin, hurt that LaBeouf would share his private emails, fires back -- and LaBeouf returns fire by making even more personal notes public.
It's like our own little celebrity version of WikiLeaks.
Shia LaBeouf created some real-life drama on Friday night at the L.A. club The Box when he suffered an apparent meltdown. La Beouf began spitting water at the other revelers at his table, including girlfriend Karolyn Pho and shock rocker Marilyn Manson, his co-star in the upcoming film, ‘Born Villain.’
Shia LaBeouf may have had a relationship with Megan Fox while filming the first two installments of ‘Transformers,’ but Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was somehow able to resist his charms, she said Thursday on ‘Chelsea Lately.’
“It was tough,” Huntington-Whiteley laughed. “I really had to tie myself into my trailer. I really had to restrain myself. Seven months of shooting, it was really tough fo