TotalFratMove: I think it’s safe to say Shia LaBeouf isn’t the same little kid from “Even Stevens” anymore. The former Disney Channel star, who declared on Twitter last winter that he was no longer famous (which, in turn, made him more famous) went all out for his role in “Fury,” a World War II film set to be released on Oct. 17. According to one of his co-stars, who had an interview published in the British version of GQ magazine, LaBeouf cut his face with a knife to make his war wounds look more realistic.
“We were in make-up and they were putting cuts on Shia and I said, ‘Yeah, yeah, it looks good.’ And Shia was like, ‘No, it doesn’t look real’,” he said. “Then he walks out into the hallway and says, ‘Hey man, wanna see something fun? Check this out…’ and he takes out a knife and cuts his face. And for the whole movie he kept opening these cuts on his face. That’s all real.”
Well folks, Even Steven has gone off the deep end. Shia LaBeouf has sneaky been making headlines with erratic behavior recently, and this just puts the cherry on top. Pretty sure this guy has been dressing like a weirdo, harassing random people driving (see below), and fighting paparazzi. He’s quietly been on a downward spiral, and I’m jumping aboard to see how it all plays out.
Celebrities are getting so violent, man. Bieber fights everybody, Charlie Sheen pulled a knife on his dentist, and this fuckin guy is cutting up his face for a role in some stupid war movie. It’s your basic psychopathic behavior, and it’s also hilarious. The bad boys are running shit right now. They do whatever they want and don’t listen to anyone. What a lifestyle. I mean I don’t know why they don’t just have their security do damage control for them, but it’s an image thing. Big players make big moves. I don’t exactly condone the whole “cutting of the face” movement, but I guess I can understand where he’s coming from. He complained about not being famous, so he does these little things to stay relevant and now making a pretty aggressive statement with this one. Okay I see you with that, Shia.