Shia LaBeouf is on my flight.
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When Avatar Tattoo Guy came into our lives, we were all like, "Avatar tattoos? What a weirdo. Those tattoos are THE WORST." But now, well, now we may be eating our words. Because HOLY SHIT.
This guy has a misspelled (and maybe mis-ethnicitized?) tattoo of Shia LaBeouf.
A person who throws hot coffee then runs away is obviously the worst. And so, it follows, that having a tattoo of the worst person makes your tattoo THE WORST.
[via Unique Daily]
Someone must have told Shia that Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps only scored a 55% on Rotten Tomatoes because he went all high school bully on their ass and threw a drink in their general direction.
Then he remembered that he's Shia LaBeouf and he can only save the world under the supervised direction of Michael Bay so he sprinted from the scene.
Badass? Or baddest ass?
Actor Shia LaBeouf shocked reporters over the weekend when he openly discussed his disappointment with his work in the fourth Indiana Jones movie, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Thanks for being so frank about the movie being terrible, Shia, but this isn't any big revelation. We saw the movie.
In fact, we've seen you in many terrible movies. We are used to you being terrible.
If someone said to me, "Hey, let's go see that movie with Shia LaBeouf in it," I would most likely respond, "Nah, I don't feel like seeing a terrible movie."
The grand irony here is he made these statements during an interview to discuss his new movie Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps — a sequel to another classic movie, Wall Street.
You just don't get it, LaBeouf! Why must you destroy everything we love from our childhoods. During his time off, I wouldn't be surprised if I found him in my house tearing up our family photo albums.
[via LA Times]