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So… they split-screened him? Or was it one of those director's commentary things?" Cate Blanchett is having some trouble wrapping her head around Shia LaBeouf's latest stunt. The actress hasn't heard about the #ALLMYMOVIES project, in which her Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull co-star spent 58...
Last week, Shia LaBeouf made headlines for sitting at the Angelika Film Center in New York City while he was watching all of his movies from his very first film to his most recent. He didn’t lock off the theater so he could watch hours and hours of his own material, but he invited the... Show More Summary
Shia LaBeouf finished his #ALLMYMOVIES marathon last week, but the jokes have only just started. …Read More
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Last week, Shia LaBeouf sat through the ultimate movie marathon for three days at New York's Angelika Film Center to watch his entire filmography in reverse chronological order! While the actor stayed pretty silent throughout most of the project titled #ALLMYMOVIES, he opened up about the experience with collaborators Luke Turner and Nastja Säde Rönkko in [...]
Shia LaBeouf has certainly tried his hardest to make himself strange and at times dislikable, but his extended public foray into performance art-level weirdness has finally broken through, thanks to a marathon of his films that he invited the public to watch in person and via livestream. Show More Summary
There's magic in the shared experience. Sometimes it doesn't matter whether said experience is good or bad.
It's been a few days since Shia LaBeouf's latest performance art stunt, #ALLMYMOVIES, came to an end. The actor started his journey one week ago today, when he quietly took a seat in a dark theater at the Angelika and began watching all of his movies in reverse chronological order. Show More Summary
He came to the Angelika Film Center. He saw all of his films in reverse chronological order. He conquered a three-day movie marathon few would seriously consider. So how's Shia LaBeouf feeling now? He explored that with his #ALLMYMOVIES co-creators...
"It felt like family."
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It would be fair to say that Shia LaBeouf's recent behavior has confused a lot of people, his fans included. In the past few years, the young former blockbuster king has taken a large step back from the types of films that made him famous and concentrated on fringe indie fare and (often bizarre) performance art. Show More Summary
Shia LaBeouf says watching the 'Even Stevens' movie was like looking at a high school year book.
Last week, actor-performance artist Shia LaBeouf broke the Internet with #ALLMYMOVIES, an installation piece in which the unpredictable celebrity took a seat in Manhattan's Angelika Film Center and watched all 27 of his movies in reverse chronological order. On Monday, three days after the credits rolled on the last movie...
It seems watching movies of himself for three days straight has given Shia LaBeouf some clarity. Surfacing from his performance-art piece last week, “All My Movies,” in which the actor took over one screen at New York’s Angelika Film...Show More Summary
Shia LaBeouf‘s #ALLMYMOVIES was quite the viral sensation last week and now he is sitting down for his first interview after the big event. “All I want to do is be liked,” the 29-year-old actor said in an interview with Newhive. “You just don’t want anyone to hate you. I walked out loving myself. Not [...]
Last week, you may have been entranced by Shia LaBeouf watching all of his own movies and reacting to them on the live stream that showcased his every emotion. It was fascinating: he laughed, he cried, he ate pizza, and now, in his first interview about the project, he is opening up about it all. Show More Summary
Most people who gazed upon images/GIFs/clips/etc. of Shia Labeouf gazing upon his Benjamin-Buttoning life via filmography in his #ALLMYMOVIES stunt had something to say. …Read More