Members of the public can ring 0151 808 0771 from 11am today to 'connect' with LaBeouf
He said watching Transformers 2 was him 'going through a crisis'
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He is remainingly completely silent bar reactions to his films but fans can come and sit with him
The accidental screening was said to shock the family audience
The actress criticised the decision to 'censor a woman's sexuality once again'
After just a week of rehearsals, the actor Shia LaBeouf has walked away from his Broadway debut, with series of tweets issued by the 26-year-old Transformers star suggesting a clash with and his co-star, Alec Baldwin.
Harry Potter star Rupert Grint has landed the lead role in a US TV pilot.
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Fair enough, GI Joe is a noisy, frenetic, CGI-laden blockbuster that exists to advertise a range of paramilitary toys, but compared to its peers (ie, the dreaded Transformers movies) it’s orchestrated with tremendous skill.
Without wishing to overstate the case, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is the pretentious, nonsensical, sexist, jingoistic, militaristic, CGI-dependent, product- placement-packed, hectically edited, punishingly loud, wearyingly long, eye-wateringly expensive and phenomenally profitable exemplar of everything that is most repulsive about Hollywood today.