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Shia LaBeouf’s uncle owes him $800,000


Oh, Shia LaBeouf, whatever will we do with you? After seemingly suffering a break from reality and then launching his “performance art” exhibition debut earlier this month in Los Angeles, you’d think things would be quieting down in his world… but alas, you’d be wrong. This time, however, the story isn’t really about him – it’s about his Uncle Barry, who apparently borrowed $800,000 from Shia and never repaid it. Well, now he has to, according to a Manhattan judge!

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Eileen Bransten rejected Barry Saide’s arguments that his actor nephew should accept Saide’s interest in four companies in lieu of cash. Saide’s investments were used as collateral for the 2009 loan.

“The terms of the note are clear and the amount due and owing … is forth in the note,” Bransten wrote in a decision signed Monday but posted Wednesday.

Saide, who is a maternal uncle, will have to pay interest of as much as 9% in accordance with the terms of the deal. The agreement required Saide to repay the loan in 15 installments of $53,333 but Bransten noted that Saide never repaid a dime.

Well, that seems fair. You know what they say: mo’ money, ‘mo’ problems!


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Posted Thursday, February 27th, 2014 at 3:15pm
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Jaden Smith reaches out to Shia LaBeouf, “I’m here for you man”

Shia LaBeouf Stops To Quench His Thirst

Or something like that.

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has a friend in Will Smith’s 15-year-old son, Jaden Smith. The young actor reached out to Shia via Twitter letting him know he’s there to listen, if Shia needs someone to vent to. “I Waited In Line Today On Beverly Blvd To See @thecampaignbook I Never Got See Him But I Had A Very Important Message To Deliver,” Smith tweeted. “I’m Here If You Need A Fellow Insane Person To Talk To. But I’m Seriously Here Not Like One Of Those I’m Here For You’s That Everybody Says.” (That’s the important message?)

Jaden continued, “It Was A Message That Only Could Be Understood Artist To Artist. @thecampaignbook I’m Here For You I Believe In What Your Doing.” Oh, so you have to be an artist to understand it. That makes sense.

2012 Toronto International Film Festival - 'Free Angela & All Political Prisoners' Premiere

Shia is the only person that Jaden follows on Twitter. Maybe Jaden’s a stalker?

Anyway, Shia has been relatively quiet – for Shia. He was spotted out and about yesterday, wearing a “Pennsylvania Senior Games” t-shirt while leaving a liquor store in Sherman Oaks, CA. OMG I’m loving his outfit.

Shia LaBeouf Stops To Quench His Thirst

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Posted Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 at 9:09am
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Shia LaBeouf sits with a bag over his head and cries in new #IAMSORRY exhibit.

64th Berlin International Film Festival - 'Nymphomanic' Premiere

Shia LaBeouf showed up to promote his new film ‘Nymphomaniac’ in Berlin with a paper bag over his head that read “I am not famous.” Turns out he was real cozy in that paper bag, because as soon as he got home he was part of an exhibit called #IAMSORRY.

The actor has been acting all sorts of crazy lately. This new exhibit is running in Los Angeles now through Sunday at the Cohen Gallery.

A press release read: “Shia LaBeouf is sorry. Sincerely sorry. He will be in situ at 7354 Beverly Boulevard for the duration. Implements will be provided. Free admission,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The “show” is a collaboration between the actor and artists Nastja Sade Ronkko and Luke Turner.

Here’s what to expect at the exhibit. When entering the exhibit, people are told to choose an object from a selection of items that include objects from Shia’s past… including Transformers toys, a whip (Indiana Jones), Hershey’s Kisses, a pair of pliers and a bowl of notes containing Tweets people wrote about Shia.

In another room, Shia (in a tux) sat at a table with the “I am not famous” paper bag over his head. According to sources, Shia did not speak or break eye contact the entire time, despite requests. If asked to take his bag off, he did, and apparently revealed he was crying.

What is going on with this kid!?


Posted Wednesday, February 12th, 2014 at 9:09am
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Shia LaBeouf attends the premiere of his new movie with a paper bag on his head.

64th Berlin International Film Festival - 'Nymphomanic' Premiere

Shia LaBeouf continued to cause a scene this weekend at a press conference for his new film, ‘Nymphomaniac’ at the Berlin Film Festival. The actor walked out of a press conference for the Lars von Trier movie after giving a strange answer to one single question on Sunday.

About ten minutes into the press conference, Shia was asked what it was like to film so many sex scenes in a movie. Shia responded, “When the seagulls follow the trawler, it’s because they think sardines will be thrown into the seas. Thank you very much.” After making this statement, Shia walked out of the press conference.

Later that day, Shia showed up for the Festival’s premiere of the movie, wearing a tux and a paper bag. Written on the bag were the words “I am not famous anymore,” (the same statement Shia’s been making on Twitter for the past month or so).

He’s clearly having some sort of a mental breakdwon…. if he’s acting like this just to get attention, that’s just not even interesting.

64th Berlin International Film Festival - 'Nymphomanic' Premiere

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Posted Monday, February 10th, 2014 at 8:08am
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Shia LaBeouf is out of retirement after three weeks!


It’s been three long and arduous weeks since Shia LaBeouf announed he was “retiring from all public life.” But he’s baaaaaaaaaaaaaack!!

The actor is returning to star in an indie comedy directed by Barry Levinson (“Rain Man”) and will co-star Bill Murray, Zooey Deschanel, Bruce Willis, Kate Hudson and Danny McBride. What a lineup!

“Rock the Kasbah” is set to enter production in June. With a script by Mitch Glazer (1998′s “Great Expectations,” Starz’s “Magic City”), the movie depicts a washed-up rock manager who gets stranded in Kabul after taking his last remaining client on a USO tour in Afghanistan. There, he discovers a gifted young female singer via “Afghan Star,” the country’s massively popular version of “American Idol.”

“Kasbah” is one of three movies LaBeouf has on the horizon. The first, Lars Von Trier’s two-part sex saga “Nymphomaniac,” opens in March, while the World War II drama “Fury” — co-starring Brad Pitt and Logan Lerman — arrives in November.

Shia, you didn’t even give us the chance to miss you!


Posted Friday, January 31st, 2014 at 8:08am
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