Ethan Says does not claim ownership or rights to any original image on this site unless otherwise noted. All original images are copyright of their respective owner. Ethan Says does, however, claim ownership of all image editing and textual copy. When using images and/or textual copy from this site, please give credit or cite your source.
If you are the owner of any image on this site and wish it to be removed, please send an email with your request and it will be removed in a timely manner.
Shia LaBeouf is still looking good with that newly clean-shaven face. These photos were taken in Manhattan's Central Park yesterday, where Shia is filming scenes for Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps. [ via ]
Shia LaBeouf was out and about in Manhattan recently - lookin' fine and showin' off his new hair. Mr. Curly Locks is in the Big Apple filming the sequel to 'Wall Street'. Are you diggin' the new 'do'? [ via ]
Shia LaBeouf continues to put on a show for his fans - running shirtless through the streets of Los Angeles earlier this morning. Shia knows the importance of exercise. Even more, he knows the importance of providing shirtless entertainment. [ source ]
CNET reports that casting is well underway for a movie about the origins of Facebook. Among the actors being eyeballed to play Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are Michael Cera and Shia LaBeouf. Michael and Shia aren't the only ones being considered for the role, and it's not even clear if either of them would take it.
According to CNET's source, Cera is the top choice because audiences find him "likable." And because Zuckerberg's character will probably be portrayed as an unfavorable obnoxious nerd, Cera could could probably garner a little more sympathy.
Even thought I think Shia would do much better at playing the role of obnoxious nerd, I gag at the thought of him taking the part. The movie will flop! And I'm glad to see Shia agrees!
Shia LeBeouf is on Parade this week, talking to Dotson Rader about fame, alcoholism, the origins of his sense of humor, and breaking up with longtime girlfriend China Brezner. In the online exclusive, Shia dives more into his unusual childhood and the problem with his own generation. Also online is an extensive 19 image photo shoot - some seen here and on the NEXT PAGE.
A few interview snipes from the Oscar-nominated actor:
"Sometimes I feel I’m living a meaningless life, and I get frightened.”
“My humor came from seeing my parents have sex, smoke weed, my mom being naked—just weird hippie stuff, twisted R-rated humor.”
“I know I’m one of the luckiest dudes in America right now.”
“The good actors are all screwed up. They’re all in pain. It’s a profession of bottom-feeders and heartbroken people.”
"Like other 23-year-old guys, I’m normal and I’m fallible.”
Despite the appearance of Shia LaBeouf's large package at the "Scream 2007" awards, it seems our little buddy is...well, just that. In an interview with Playboy magazine, Shia dished about his "first time" - admitting that he's not very well-endowed. Said Shia, “I remember putting a pillow underneath her because I had seen that in a porn movie...It put her at a weird angle, where I couldn’t get in correctly. I’m not extremely
well-endowed...and clearly this wasn’t the move.”
Awe. Well, at least he's honest, right? And how does that saying go?...something like, "It's not the size of the pen, but how you sign your name." Let's just hope he has beautiful penmanship.
OMG, he shaved! Check out Shia LeBeouf hangin' outside of his NYC hotel earlier today after spending time at the What Comes Around Goes Around store in SoHo. I can't even remember the last time I saw that baby face.
Shia LeBeouf, one of ET's Top 10 Hunks for 2008, enjoys a LA Lakers game at the Staples Center in LA on Sunday. I'm one to like a little scruff...but I think Shia's gone a little too far with the lazy Sunday motif! Maybe try this look again when you can connect the stache to the beard. Better yet, just shave it off!