Shia LaBeouf Is Still Gross, Graces The Cover Of Variety

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Ugh, I’m so sick of Shia LaBeouf‘s melodrama, but I guess Variety isn’t.

Shia just did an interview with Variety in Prague, where he’s shooting a new drama about John McEnroe, and seems like he’s making a point to say how he’s straightened out and is a normal, functioning human again…he hasn’t had a drink in almost a year AND he’s been to AA meetings (though he doesn’t call himself an addict). Lame. First thing is admitting, Shia. And you’re barely into your recovery, so just chill. And yes, we get it. You’re VERY hardcore and got method for your new film. SNOOZE.

On drugs: “You don’t touch it,” he says. “Alcohol or any of that sh-t will send you haywire. I can’t f–k with none of it. I’ve got to keep my head low.”

On getting tattoos for his new movie, American Honey: “One of the things we’d do as a group, we’d all go to the f-cking tattoo shop,” LaBeouf says. He got inked with 12 tattoos while making the film, which drove his director crazy, because she didn’t want her star showing up looking different in every scene. The memories of “American Honey” are now forever engraved on LaBeouf’s arms, neck, and both of his knees, which feature matching portraits of Missy Elliott. “I don’t love Missy Elliott like I wanna get two Missy Elliott tattoos,” LaBeouf says. “But you’re in a tattoo parlor, and” — he shrugs — “peer pressure.”

On the Oscars: “The Oscars are about politics. I gotta earn my way back. It’s not about who is the best. I’m not that guy for a long time — for a long, long time.” He looks down. “I’m good with that, though. Sometimes that sh-t is a curse.”

(Via Variety)

Ugh, it just all rings so hollow and like some dumb, holier-than-thou persona. But hey, that’s my opinion. What do YOU think of Shia LaBeouf’s “new self?”

Photos: Variety/Jiri Turek

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