Many celebrities who got their big break on the Disney Channel view it as the best of times and the worst of times.
Oft-troubled actor Shia LaBeouf has reached a plea agreement stemming from his arrest in Georgia earlier this year, agreeing to undergo anger management counseling, as well as 30 days of mandatory drug counseling. Ultimately LaBeouf pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and no contest to obstruction of an officer. LaBeouf must also pay a $1,000 fine for each of the two remaining charges.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Transformers: The Last Knight. If pictures speak louder than words, then Shia LaBeouf is practically screaming while re-watching his three Transformers films during his 2015 career-encompassing piece of performance art, #ALLMYMOVIES. As photos illustrated at the time, the actor grew visibly distraught while the trilogy-capping Transformers: Dark of the Moon unspooled onscreen, even getting up and leaving the theater for an hour after it concluded.
The same day that President Trump was inaugurated, Shia LaBeouf launched a protest art exhibit against him called “He Will Not Divide Us.” The participatory exhibit is located in New York City and is being live-streamed online; it will run during Trump’s entire presidency.
Madonna, Shia LaBeouf, and Chelsea Handler are drawing criticism for their anti-Trump rhetoric. Celebrities are given a unique platform to bring awareness to certain issues, and many do not take that for granted. In the case of last year’s election, stars came out in droves to support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Shia LaBeouf’s four-year protest of President Donald Trump is off to an interesting start. The artist/actor installed a webcam at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, where people are encouraged to stop by and repeat the words “He will not divide us.”
The 18-year-old appeared in front of the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City. Shia and Jaden can be seen during the stream, standing in front of a camera mounted on a wall. The site will be live 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for all of Donald Trump’s time as president — so at least four years.
Shia LaBeouf will not be lonesome tonight. He and Mia Goth were married by Elvis at the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, and the intimate event was live-streamed.
Several former child stars are turning 30 this summer. (Photo: Getty Images)
Mario Licato and his celebrity doppelganger, Shia LaBeouf. (Photo: Instagram/Getty Images) A New York man is tending to a black eye after he was allegedly punched on the subway because he looks like Shia LaBeouf, PEOPLE confirms. Mario Licato, 26, was walking down the subway stairs at the northeast corner of Essex and Delancey streets on Saturday when a man in his 20s punched him in the face, a New York Police Department spokesperson tells PEOPLE. “[He] stated, ‘This is because you look like Shia LaBeouf,’ ” an NYPD spokesman says.
Last week, Debby Ryan, who is best known for her role on Disney’s hit series “Jessie,” was charged with DUI after being involved in a two-car accident. But she’s not the only Disney darling to have experienced a bit of legal trouble.
Shia LaBeouf watches his film ‘Man Down’ (2015) over a live web cam on Tuesday afternoon. Want to go to the movies with Shia LaBeouf? For his latest performance art project, the actor is live-streaming a video of himself watching every movie he ever made at the Angelika Film Center in downtown New York City. According to the description of the video, “Visitors are invited to join Shia LaBeouf in person as he watches all his movies consecutively in reverse chronological order over the next three days, 24 hours a day (admission free).” For those who can’t catch the F train to join LaBeouf, the live feed can be viewed online here.
Shia LaBeouf’s mug shot from his October arrest in Austin When Shia LaBeouf was arrested for public intoxication last month in Austin — an incident that included him drunkenly calling a police officer a “silly man” over and over — it was the sixth time in his 29 years he had been jailed. In a new book called Prison Ramen by his Man Down co-star Clifton Collins Jr. and Gustavo “Goose” Alvarez, the Transformers star gets candid about his arrest record, including the infamous Walgreens and Cabaret incidents. Related: Shia LaBeouf Steps Out With Reported New Girlfriend in Wake of Mia Goth FightPrison Ramen by Clifton Collins Jr. and Gustavo “Goose” Alvarez goes on sale Nov. 3 (Workman Publishing) In an essay entitled “Error Breeds Sense,” which was written before his latest arrest, LaBeouf wrote, “I have been incarcerated five times.