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Jamie Foxx Reveals Which Director Called Him 'Horrible' to His Face

Robert De Niro, Adam Driver, Jamie Foxx, Tom Hanks, Shia LaBeouf, and Adam Sandler are on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter‘s actor roundtable issue.

Here’s what they had to share with the mag…

Jamie, on the director who told him he was “horrible”: “I remember Oliver Stone, when I first auditioned [for Any Given Sunday], he was like, ‘You’re horrible.’ And I was like, ‘What?’ He was like, ‘Just get the f*ck out of here.’ As I’m walking out he said, ‘Jamie Foxx, slave to television.’ But I learned from that toughness.”

Shia, on whether he discovered anything that helped his acting during his time in a mental institution: “Yeah, empathy for my father, who was always the biggest villain in my life. And if you can empathize with the biggest villain in your life and scrape some of these shadows, it makes you lighter and freer.”

Robert, on advice he’d give his younger self: “I was saying something to my grandson the other day: Just be calm. When things are going well, be calm. Don’t think you’re on top of the world. I’ve seen people come, I’ve seen people go. You’ve got to be chill. You’ve got to take what’s good in your life and move forward cautiously and carefully.”

Tom, on advice he’d give his younger self: “I wish I had known that this too shall pass. You feel bad right now, you feel pissed off, you feel angry. This too shall pass.”

For more from the stars, visit THR.com.

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Dakota Johnson Shares Thoughts on Shia LaBeouf's Arrest During 'Peanut Butter Falcon' Filming

Shia LaBeouf was arrested during the filming of The Peanut Butter Falcon and now his co-star Dakota Johnson is sharing her perspective on what happened.

The 30-year-old actress opened up during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which airs on Wednesday (November 27).

“It was really sad and I felt very protective of him and I felt… that’s a really terrifying and difficult journey for somebody to experience and I felt really aware of that,” Dakota said.

“You know, we were there to make this movie and [co-star Zack Gottsagen] is really a phenomenal human being and you feel very awake to the truth of life, and humanity, and love, and people, and real connections when you’re with him and that was a very important moment for Shia,” she added. “I don’t condemn people for their mistakes. I want them to get through it so that’s what I tried to do.”

READ MORE: Shia LaBeouf Says Dakota Johnson Was His Best On-Screen Kiss!

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Kristen Stewart Has Worked with 'Lovely' People, But Also 'Not Very Nice' People

Kristen Stewart and Shia LaBeouf are part of Variety‘s actors on actors issues.

Here’s what they had to share with the mag..

Kristen, on her experiences with mean people on set: “No. I’ve worked with wonderful, lovely, talented people, and then some people that weren’t so talented, that were not very nice [...] One dude made me cry on set one day, on the first day of a movie, but that was the last second that I cared about him anymore. I just was like, ‘I’m alone and you’re terrible.’ He made a bad movie.”

Shia, on feeling judged: “I feel judged, like I’m an outsider. If my knitting needle breaks, I don’t have a fucking knitting needle. Guys like that, their knitting needle breaks, and they’re, like, ‘Let me go in the kitchen and I’ll whip something together and I’ll come back and I’ll knit this sock for you.’”

For more form Kristen and Shia, visit Variety.com.

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Shia LaBeouf Tells 'Kimmel' He's Still in Touch with Police Officer Who Arrested Him Back in 2017

Shia LaBeouf paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday night (November 6) and dished about the process of writing his intense autobiographical film, Honey Boy.

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The 33-year-old actor wrote the film about his own life experiences after he was arrested and sent to rehab for public drunkenness in Georgia back in 2017. He stars in the movie as the character inspired by his own father.

“Well, they said, ‘You have PTSD, you have to start writing. This is how you get to the solution. The only way out is through.’” Shia recalled. “So I started writing all these dark chapters of my life and it wound up being this script form thing, sent it to my friend, became a movie.”

“My dad’s a pretty off-color character, he wasn’t too enthused about me playing him,” Shia continued. “So I lied to him and told him that Mel Gibson would be playing him. Then he signed the paperwork, and I got home and I broke it to him. I sent him pictures. I said, ‘Listen man, it’s not like that.’”

Shia LaBeouf also revealed that he still keeps in touch with the police officer who arrested him: “Officer Bryant. That’s my guy… He invited me to go fishing yesterday.”

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Shia LaBeouf Wears an Over-Sized Blue Suit at 'Honey Boy' Premiere with Noah Jupe

Shia LaBeouf poses with his young co-star Noah Jupe at the premiere of their new movie Honey Boy on Tuesday (November 5) at the Arclight in Hollywood.

The actors were joined at the event by director Alma Har’el and co-star Byron Bowers.

Shia wrote the film about his own life experiences and he stars in the movie as the character inspired by his own father. Noah and Lucas Hedges share the role inspired by Shia.

Honey Boy, which hits theaters in limited release on November 8, has been earning rave reviews and it currently is certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes with 96%.

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Shia LaBeouf Says Dakota Johnson Was His Best On-Screen Kiss!

Shia LaBeouf was asked who his best on-screen kiss was, and he said Dakota Johnson!

The 33-year-old actor named his Peanut Butter Falcon co-star while answering Ellen DeGeneres‘ “Burning Questions” in the episode airing on Tuesday (November 5).

However, he then teased fans with his answer to the question after that…

Shia also opened up about writing his upcoming autobiographical drama Honey Boy, while at a “head camp” he was sent to after his 2017 arrest. He revealed that he set up a webcam to watch his father see the film for the first time, which is based on their relationship, and Shia LaBeouf shares the notes his father had on the movie.

Watch the videos from his appearance now to hear what else he had to say, including whether or not he’s in the Mile High Club, his favorite body part on himself, his first celebrity crush, and more!

READ MORE: Shia LaBeouf Thanks Police Officer Who Arrested Him Back in 2017


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