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  • Shia LaBeouf: From Disney Channel to 'Transformers' to Vanity Fair cover guy



    Shia LaBeouf will grace the cover of the August 2007 issue of Vanity Fair.

    Landing in Hollywood

    Shia LaBeouf, the precocious star of Transformers and Disturbia, is poised for major fame: he will play Indiana Jones's son in the upcoming fourth installment of that series. Here is exclusive footage from LaBeouf's cover shoot with photographer Mark Seliger.
    http://www.vanityfair.com/fame/featu...uf_video200708

    'Indy 4' for 2008
    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=48898
    Last edited by ALIASd; 07-03-2007, 09:54 PM.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: Shia LaBeouf: From Disney Channel to 'Transformers' to Vanity Fair cover guy

    Just got back from a 'virtual movie theater Rollercoaster ride experience' aka "Transformers" and Shia LaBeouf has done it again ... with a bit of help from absolutely stellar special effects, a fun story and loads of action filled comedic moments.
    If you are looking for an exhilerating thrill ride that will keep you both laughing and on the edge of your seat then see this flick.

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      Re: Shia LaBeouf: From Disney Channel to 'Transformers' to Vanity Fair cover guy

      'Transformers' gets six-day opening

      Early start to July 4 frame

      'Transformers' started playing Monday at 8 p.m.,
      meaning pic will have a 6 1/2-day opening.

      By Pamela McClintock
      Variety
      July 3, 2007


      http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...goryid=13&cs=1
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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        Re: Shia LaBeouf: From Disney Channel to 'Transformers' to Vanity Fair cover guy

        He got another recent gift for his 21st birthday (besides 'Indy 4') from Uncle Steven:

        'Disturbia' duo set for 'Eagle Eye'

        LaBeouf will star in Seitz-scripted actioner

        LaBeouf

        Caruso

        By Michael Fleming, Pamela McClintock
        Variety
        June 26, 2007

        DreamWorks is reteaming "Disturbia" star Shia LaBeouf and director D.J. Caruso for "Eagle Eye," a thriller that will shoot in the fall.

        LaBeouf, who stars in the Michael Bay-directed DreamWorks/Paramount actioner "Transformers," is finalizing a deal to play a young slacker whose overachieving twin brother has died mysteriously. When the young man returns home, both he and a single mother find they have been framed as terrorists. Forced to become members of a cell that has plans to carry out a political assassination, they must work together to extricate themselves.

        Dan McDermott penned the script based on an original idea by Steven Spielberg; Hillary Seitz is rewriting. "Transformers" scribes Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, who are based at DreamWorks, will produce.

        Studio bought the McDermott script several years ago, and Spielberg originally planned to direct. Busy with "Indiana Jones 4," the film that teams LaBeouf with Harrison Ford, Spielberg dropped out. He turned to Caruso, a director with whom he first worked on "High Incident," the 1996 series Spielberg exec produced; that led to Caruso directing "Disturbia."

        "Disturbia" grossed nearly $80 million domestically, and both LaBeouf and Caruso have been in high demand. Caruso, who had been flirting with several film projects, including the Fox-based "X-Men" spinoff "Wolverine," sparked to the chance to reprise with LaBeouf.

        Project also reteams LaBeouf with Kurtzman and Orci, who have landed their second significant producing deal in the last week after "Cowboys & Aliens." That live-action adaptation of the graphic novel is being mounted by Imagine Entertainment as a co-production of DreamWorks and Universal.
        http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...y=shia+labeouf
        "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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