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Shia LaBeouf

Shia LaBeouf has transformed his Disney popularity into action star fame. Although he had small parts in various films and TV shows, most people became familiar with the actor in the Disney film "Holes" and TV show "Even Stevens." LaBeouf successfully transitioned out of the child star realm with the films "The Greatest Game Ever Played" and "Disturbia." Major blockbusters such as "Transformers" and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" followed.
Shia LaBeouf has transformed his Disney popularity into action star fame. Although he had small parts in various films and TV shows, most people became familiar with the actor in the Disney film "Holes" and TV show "Even Stevens." LaBeouf successfully transitioned out of the child star realm with the films "The Greatest Game Ever Played" and "Disturbia." Major blockbusters such as "Transformers" and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" followed. « Show less

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  • The Fall Movie Preview list of films

     The Fall Movie Preview list of films
    The 2014 Fall Movie Preview is a broad snapshot of films opening through Oct. 31. Release dates and other details, as compiled here by Oliver Gettell, are subject to change. Sept. 10 My Old Lady A down-on-his-luck New Yorker inherits a Parisian...
  • Shia LaBeouf, Kate Mara, Gary Oldman to Star in Thriller 'Man Down' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Shia LaBeouf, Kate Mara and Gary Oldman will star in the psychological thriller "Man Down," with shooting commencing Oct. 30 in New Orleans. The Solution Entertainment Group is handling international rights and will present the project to buyers at the...
  • Toronto: Blue Ice Docs Acquires Canadian Rights to '50 Year Argument'

    Blue Ice Docs, the distribution and financing division of Blue Ice Group that specializes in nonfiction works, has nabbed Canuck rights to Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi's "The 50 Year Argument" in advance of its Canadian premiere next week at the...
  • Toronto: Judy Cairo Heads Back to Fest With 'Boychoir'

    During the height of the recession, producer Judy Cairo managed to break into the feature film business with a smallish indie called "Crazy Heart" through her Informant Media banner. Since "Crazy Heart" became a major hit with Oscars for lead actor...
  • Toronto: First Photo of Animated 'The Prophet' (EXCLUSIVE)

    "The Prophet" has been selected for an invite-only event, which TIFF's Advancement Unit hosts every year called the Power of Film, a reception for filmmakers, youth, government officials, donors and other special guests. Mustafa, a local poet, will be...
  • Toronto: Philip A. Martin Moves Into Fiction with Thriller 'Forger'

    Philip A. Martin is something of an expert in reality, launching his career as a documentary director in 2000 with "Richard Hillary: A Fighter Pilot's Story" and "Double Helix: The DNA Year." He also directed the British TV movie "Hawking" in 2004 with...
  • Toronto: New Hot Restaurants Pepper the Fest Scene

    The sophistication and diversity of Toronto eateries and bars is well-known among festivalgoers. Here are some new and updated spots to eat, greet and deal during the festival. Bosk Bar and Lobby Lounge, Shangri-La Hotel Toronto Meet in a well-lit and...
  • 5 memorable literary scandals and contretemps of 2013

    5 memorable literary scandals and contretemps of 2013
    By all accounts, 2013 was a better year for the book business: Previous reports of its demise proved unfounded, as the Los Angeles Times' David Ulin wrote recently. And thanks to the Internet and assorted literary blogs, it was a good year of literary...
  • The seven biggest movie stories of 2013

    Gravity's rainbow. A movie that so convincingly re-created outer space that it looked like it was shot there. Alfonso Cuaron had to wait years so the technology would catch up to his vision. When it did, he was able to make a movie, "Gravity," that...
  • Shia LaBeouf apologizes to graphic novelist via skywriting

    Shia LaBeouf apologizes to graphic novelist via skywriting
    "I am sorry Daniel Clowes," read a message in the Los Angeles sky on New Year's day that was apparently commissioned by Shia LaBeouf, who posted a photo of the writing on his @thecampaignbook Twitter feed. The actor has been tweeting for several days...
  • Holiday movies, now new and improved

    The holiday season brings quality cinema entries. But sometimes one leaves the theater thinking, "That was good, but it could have been better" Or perhaps, "That was good, but it could have been better if filmmakers were a little more open to other...