“Carey is not just an actress, she is a great human being, a sweet girl and super intelligent. Our thing came down to not having compatible work/lifestyles. We were always travelling, and had sensibility differences that weren’t conducive to living with one another. I’m harder on myself and my surroundings than she is, and we had a culture shock in terms of meeting her parents and vice versa. Sensibilities, cultures, histories. There were differences, that’s all.
“She’s happy as hell right now, and we wouldn’t have been able to make it like that. She was chasing marriage, family, kids more than I was. I’m not opposed to marriage. I just think I’m quite young. I come from divorce. I’m only doing marriage once. It’s not a game for me. I’m not a religious person, but I have ethics.”
Is it just my own personal frustrations, or is this kind of thing sort of infuriating? Shia and Carey dated for about a year, and they broke up two years ago. He’s dating another poor woman, and she’s married to the guy from Mumford and Sons. So why is he even discussing this in the first place, let alone discussing it so thoroughly?
This is the same kind of thing as when he told everyone that he slept with Megan Fox. He’s like that person that you break up with, but afterwards he keeps talking about you on Facebook and Twitter and his personal blog, and he keeps discussing intimate details about your relationship to everyone you’ve ever met, and a lot of the things he says aren’t even remotely true, but you just forget about it and move on with your life, and you get into new relationships that are actually healthy, but he still won’t stop talking about you, like after months and months he just won’t stop talking about you. STOP TALKING ABOUT ME. Uh, her. Stop talking about her. Shia. God.
September 5, 2012 at 6:30 am by Emily
Wouldn’t you be pissed if you were Shia LaBeouf‘s girlfriend? Pissed at Shia for being such a douchebag, pissed at yourself for making such questionable choices, pissed at the world for putting you in this position. It would be an unpleasant situation in many ways, for sure. But no, this time, Shia’s girlfriend has a pretty specific reason for being angry. It’s because Shia wants to have sex with other people. You know, for Art.
Despite putting on a brave face at the Lawless premiere last week, Shia LaBeouf’s “method” acting is destroying his relationship with girlfriend Karolyn Pho, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The 26-year-old actor’s volatile romance with the up-and-coming designer hit the skids after the complex actor agreed to star in Nymphomaniac, the controversial movie by daring Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier. Shia has confirmed that he is expected to perform a real sex scene in the flick with one of his co-stars and Karolyn isn’t happy with it.
“They’ve been on the rocks ever since Shia agreed to star in Nymphomaniac,” a source close to the couple revealed. “Karolyn gets that Shia likes to go method and appreciates his artistic integrity. However, she thinks performing a real sex scene in a movie is going too far. It’s difficult for her to understand why it can’t be simulated – just like in other films. She wants him to do the film, because Shia was desperate to work with Lars – he’s such a hero of his. And she doesn’t mind if he strips off completely – she had no qualms about the Sigur Ros music video. But Karolyn doesn’t want him having sex with somebody else – simple. She’s begged Shia to ask Lars if it’s possible to make the scenes appear real, rather than shoot them real,” the source revealed.
Oh, please. Shia LaBeouf is not a “complex” actor. He’s the kid from Even Stevens and Holes who went on to be the guy from Transformers. If he’s made enough money to focus on the projects that he wants to do, or if he’s going through some phase where he wants to seem really edgy or whatever, then good for him. But let’s not pretend that Shia is a Very Serious Actor with Artistic Integrity who needs to be left alone about his Craft.
But I think it goes without saying that I’m on the girlfriend’s side here. Unless you have some sort of prior agreement, or sometimes even if you do, it’s not ridiculous to be upset when your significant other announces that he’s going to have sex with someone who isn’t you. I don’t care if it’s Art (it’s not), girlfriend has a right to be upset, both with Shia and with herself for falling for Louis Stevens. I mean, honestly.
August 29, 2012 at 7:30 am by Emily
Question: is there a difference between doing a straight up porno, something with a ridiculous title like Moulin Splooge or H.R. Muff N’ Stuff or My Brown Eye, Not the Winker, The Stinker with established porn stars and the whole deal, and doing a more “legitimate” movie with a well-known director where Hollywood actors actually have sex on film? I’m just wondering, because Shia LaBeouf is doing one of those things, and it sounds a little shady to me.
See, Shia is doing a filmed called Nymphomania with controversial director Lars von Trier. The movie also stars Nicole Kidman, Stellan Skarsgård, and Willem Dafoe. And they’re going to have sex.
The “Melancholia” director’s next film is said to follow a woman throughout her sexual life. What gives “Nymphomaniac” that signature von Trier spin of controversy is that the Danish director plans to make two versions of his film, one less explicit than the other. Early talk even suggested that the hard-core version would include unsimulated sex scenes.
LaBeouf joining the cast seemed to imply that he too would participate in the explicit scenes, and he confirmed that he is willing to go as far as von Trier asks.
LaBeouf told MTV News that he knows what he’s getting into with “Nymphomaniac.” “[Von Trier] is very dangerous,” he said. “He’s the most dangerous dude that I’ve ever showed up for. I’m terrified. I’m so terrified, which is why I have to go. We’ll see what happens.”
But how far will LaBeouf and von Trier go with “Nymphomaniac”? “[The movie] is what you think it is,” LaBeouf said. “It is Lars von Trier, making a movie about what he’s making. For instance, there’s a disclaimer at the top of the script that basically says we’re doing it for real. Everything that is illegal, we’ll shoot in blurred images. Other than that, everything is happening.”
“Nymphomaniac” won’t be the first movie to show actual sex onscreen. “Intimacy” from director Patrice Chéreau famously went there in 2001, but LaBeouf said von Trier’s movie will be different, adding that he and the rest of the cast are prepared for anything. “Whatever is asked. I think we all are,” he said. “I’ve seen ‘Intimacy.’ [Von Trier is] talking about something different. … It’s going to be a wild movie.”
Yeah, this grosses me out. There’s a way to be an edgy actor without, you know, actually having sex on camera. And if you want to have sex on camera, knock yourself out, but don’t play like you’re this big dedicated genius of an actor just because you do a literal sex scene.
Also, is the world really ready to see Shia LaBeouf’s penis again?
August 18, 2012 at 2:00 pm by Emily
When I think of Shia LaBeouf, I think of Disney. I think of Even Stevens and Tru Confessions and Holes. That’s it. I saw the first Transformers movie and that new Indiana Jones and all, but Shia will forever be that goofy kid on the Disney channel to me. So no, I did not want to see him totally naked. I didn’t want to, but I saw it anyway.
See, Shia is in this new Sigur Rós music video. At one point, he’s completely naked while his hair (head hair, not pubic hair) is in a gross little ponytail. I figured some of you might be into that sort of thing, but if you don’t feel moved to check out Shia’s penis, then there are also lady nipples to be seen in there.
Do I really have to tell you that this video is NSFW?
June 18, 2012 at 4:30 pm by Emily
This post was originally going to be a ‘Love It or Leave It’ post, because normally when there’s something that I absolutely hate, I want to mock it as best as I know how. I saw these photos of boyfriend here, and I immediately went three levels past ‘hate’ and settled comfortably into things like malevolence, mordaciousness, shock, truculence, and virulence, just to name a few. A select few. I could go on, but there IS a post word-count that I try to maintain here, guys.
Anyway. The grease-monkey hair reminds me of Jesse James (or maybe it’s the grease-monkey reference, I don’t know) if Jesse James actually had more hair, and the beard reminds me of some … I don’t know. It just looks fake and I’m not happy with it, OK? I mean, honestly. He looks like the guy you used to covertly buy pot off of in college who always wanted to stick around to see if you’d smoke up him for free, but he’d never get the hint that you just wanted to go back to the sorority house and be all giggly and giddy with your sisters and leave his smelly ass behind the quad in the bush where it belonged. Get the hint, dude.
March 9, 2012 at 5:30 pm by Sarah
From Page Six:
Shia LaBeouf was escorted out of the LA opening of The Box nightclub by security Friday night after a confrontation with a pal of shock rocker Marilyn Manson. The “Transformers” star “exchanged terse words with a friend of Manson’s, who lunged over the table at Shia, and Shia lunged back. Security stepped in quickly and broke it up before any punches were thrown,” a source at the party hosted by Belvedere Red told us, adding, “Two security guards led Shia out holding his hands behind his head. His girlfriend, Karolyn Pho, was clearly upset and ran down the stairs after them. Outside, he fell onto a barricade. Swearing, he picked himself up and ran off.” Despite numerous witnesses at the party, also attended by Jon Hamm, Lindsay Lohan and Chelsea Handler, Shia’s rep said: “[He] actually left the club early as planned … he went to see one of the bands performing in the showcase and left after they finished … exiting through a crowded room was apparently misinterpreted. No altercation occurred.”
We’re supposed to be surprised that Shia lunged at some Marilyn Manson cronie and then fell into a barricade? Why is this even news? Isn’t this, like, what he does (aside from sleeping with gorgeous women, which is a total head-scratcher in itself, and then blabbing about it)?