Shia LaBeouf and girlfriend Mia Goth have their picture taken with a street artist while roaming the streets of New York City. The couple was later snapped taking a stroll through Central Park on Sunday, April 7.
Shia LaBeouf will no longer be making his Broadway debut in Orphans. The play’s producers announced that the actor has exited the cast “due to creative differences”.
LaBeouf was set to play Treat, an orphan living in a North Philadelphia row house his younger brother Phillip, played by Tom Sturridge. Alec Baldwin also stars as the rich older man, Harold, who has his motives for becoming the boys’ father figure.
A replacement is expected to be announced soon.
Previews begin March 19 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, with an official opening scheduled for April 7.
Shia LaBeouf joins co-stars Rupert Grint, Til Schweiger, and director Fredrik Bond at the premiere of The Neccessary Death of Charlie Countryman held during the 2013 Berlinale International Film Festival on Saturday night (February 9) in Berlin.
Shia LaBeouf and a pregnant Evan Rachel Wood pose together at a special screening of The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman held during the 2013 Sundance Film Festival on Monday (January 21) in Park City, Utah.
The romantic-comedy, which also stars Rupert Grint and Melissa Leo, follows the story of a guy who falls for a woman who’s claimed by a violent crime boss.
Shia LaBeouf takes rumored new girlfriend Mia Goth to the Descanso Gardens in Ventura, CA. The Nymphomaniac co-stars picked up some hot drinks from Starbucks before enjoying the sights on Saturday, December 22.
Shia LaBeouf debuts a new buzz cut while picking up coffee from a Starbucks in Hollywood on Tuesday, December 11. It was recently announced that the actor will be making his Broadway debut opposite Alec Baldwin in Orphans.
Tickets go on sale December 30 through Telecharge. Previews begin March 19, with an official opening set for April 7.