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Shia LaBeouf & Mia Goth Pack on PDA at the Carnival!

Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth had a blast at a carnival over the weekend!

The 31-year-old actor and 24-year-old actress rode some rides together at a fair on Sunday (May 6) in Encino, Calif.

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At one point, Shia planted a big smooch on his longtime love! Check out all the photos in the gallery.

If you missed it, Shia recently did a tell-all interview with Esquire after his recent arrests. Be sure to check it out if you missed it.

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Shia LaBeouf Will Be Played by 'A Quiet Place' Star Noah Jupe in New Biopic!

Noah Jupe is playing a young Shia LaBeouf!

The 13-year-old A Quiet Place star will play a young Shia in Honey Boy, an upcoming biopic.

The casting news was confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday (April 17).

The story, co-written by Shia, tells the story of his relationship with his father at two different stages in his life: as a young boy starting out in the industry, and as a young man with a career.

“Honey Boy” was his father’s nickname for Shia.

Lucas Hedges will play Shia during the time he starred in Even Stevens.

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Shia LaBeouf Reveals What Real-Life John McEnroe Thinks of His Portrayal in 'Borg vs. McEnroe'!

Shia LaBeouf stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night (April 12) and talked all about playing tennis great John McEnroe in his new film Borg vs. McEnroe, prepping for the role and reveals what John thinks of the film.

“He knew it was happening, busy guy, I mean nothing but love for John McEnroe,” the 31-year-old actor expressed. “It’s really made as the testament to the relationship.”

“I think what he said was that ‘it makes me looks like too much of jerk’, yeah, he said that,” Shia continued. “And so, really, knowing McEnroe that’s like a glowing endorsement.”

Shia also talks about his new French bulldog puppy, the dog eating its own poop, and spending a month in a cabin in Finland for one of his art projects – Watch more after the cut!


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Lucas Hedges Set to Play Shia LaBeouf in Upcoming Biopic

Shia LaBeouf has just selected the actor to portray himself in his upcoming biopic Honey Boy.

The 31-year-old actor has cast Manchester by the Sea‘s Lucas Hedges to play a younger version of himself in the movie he penned under a pseudonym.

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The film will tell a roman-a-clef style story about Shia‘s relationship with his father and Shia will take on the role of his own father.

Lucas will play an Even Stevens-era Shia as the movie follows his attempts to mend his relationship with his law-breaking, alcohol-abusing father.

Tom Hardy Respects Shia LaBeouf's Method Acting: 'Drama is Not Known to Attract Stable Types'

Tom Hardy is opening up about his respect and appreciation for former co-star Shia LaBeouf.

In a recent profile with Esquire where he opens up about his “mortifying” arrest, the 31-year-old actor confirmed that he and Tom got into several physical altercations on set of the 2012 film Lawless – where Shia would drink moonshine by the gallon to get into character.

One day on set, a drunken Shia actually punched Tom hard out cold.

Six years later, it looks like there isn’t any bad blood between Tom and Shia.

Tom shared in the magazine that he understands Shia‘s form of method acting.

“A performer is asked to do two things: To be disciplined and accountable, communicative and a pleasure to work with,” Tom shared. “And then, within a split second, they’re asked to be a psychopath. Authentically. It takes a very strong human being to sustain a genuine sense of well-being through that baptism of fire. Drama is not known to attract stable types.”

“Shia has the ability to land scene after scene that builds a reality from utter fantasy,” Tom said. “We know the robots aren’t really there. They just aren’t. When I watch Shia, they are.”