According to a report, Shia LaBeouf’s latest film, the wartime thriller “Man Down,” only sold one ticket in its debut weekend. The film grossed only £7 (about $8.70) in its premiere at one theatre in the Britain. ComScore, a company that tracks and analyzes media numbers like box office sales, revealed the sorry returns for Shia’s latest star turn. The £7 is actually below what the U.K. Cinema Association considers the average cost of a movie ticket in the nation (£7.21).
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Shia LaBeouf had to pull his protest live stream, HeWillNotDivide.US, offline again. His latest collaboration with Nastja Rönkkö and Luke Turner has gone dead at its brand new New Mexico location despite working closely with local police. Shia took to Twitter to share why the stream was down again, writing that it was due to gunshots reported nearby.
The project has already had some struggles with safety. Shia himself was arrested at the live stream’s original New York location after getting into a physical altercation with a counter-protestor. Since the recent move to New Mexico, vandals have already spray painted the installation. While critics have called what Shia is up to “treason,” he’s always dedicated to his art.
Check out Shia’s tweet and what the live stream looks like now below.
Do you think this stream will really go for four years like Shia promised?
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Anyone hoping to remain undivided with Shia LaBeouf and his artistic collaborators will have to head to New Mexico now. The latest project from Shia, Nastja Rönkkö and Luke Turner was shut down outside of the Museum of the Moving Image in New York on February 10, but it’s back online now. Shia, Nastja and Luke have moved their four-year live stream to outside of the El Rey Theatre in Albuquerque, New Mexico, because of failures on the part of the New York museum.
Shia LaBeouf was arrested at the scene of his four-year live stream protest in response to Donald Trump’s presidency early Thursday morning. Various media outlets have police officers explaining that Shia allegedly grabbed a local New York man’s scarf, scratched his face and pushed him.
CNN reports that the actor has been charged with misdemeanor assault and harassment violation. Detective Christopher Pisano tells the publication that Shia was, in fact, arrested, but has been released.
TMZ released footage from the arrest and not much can be seen. A scuffle of sorts obviously went down, but the cause of the incident isn’t clear. Cops tell TMZ that whatever triggered the attack was not related to Trump.
Check out the footage below.
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While the rest of the world came together to march for women’s rights this past Saturday, actor Jon Voight, father of one of Hollywood’s biggest humanitarians Angelina Jolie, stayed home. TMZ caught the actor on Tuesday in Beverly Hills and he had some harsh words for the celebs who participated in the Women’s March, specifically Miley Cyrus and Shia LaBeouf.
Calling the marches “destructive,” Jon then goes on to say that because of Miley and Shia’s younger fanbase watching their every move they are in fact “teaching treason.” Jon recognizes that the act of protesting is a First Amendment right, but the actor feels the purpose of Saturday’s march was to go against the president. “They’re teaching going against the government, not accepting the will of the people on this presidency,” the actor said.
In the past Miley has voiced her opposition of President Trump, but soon accepted him as the leader of the U.S. and Shia recently launched “He Will Not Divide Us,” a live stream that will be up for the four years Donald Trump is in office.
Watch the full video of Jon on Miley and Shia below.
Do you think the veteran actor makes a good point?
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Shia LaBeouf has launched his latest art project. After tweeting the phrase, “HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US” every day for a week, Hollywood’s number one M.C. has finally revealed what it means. Shia’s latest installation piece is a webcam that will broadcast continuously for the next four years. The camera is installed on a wall underneath the phrase that gives the project its name.