Shia labeouf talks about dating
Initially, she was timid to actually strike Shia, but the actor insisted she actually hit him: 'Shia kept saying, "No, you need to hit me as a hard as you can.It's not real until you hit me as hard as you can."'Previously, she told Entertainment Weekly about how the pair had to role around on the floor for the clip: 'We had to rehearse in the cage, so we could get used to it, and we just kept getting dirtier and dirtier.“For me you’ve always got to try and tell the story on the page.I think we have brilliantly written characters and we were put in great scenarios and we had a solid director.” In more Shia big screen news, the actor said he starts work on the third installment of the “Transformers” series next week.La Beouf later appeared in its sequels Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) and Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), both also box office successes.In 2008, he played Henry "Mutt Williams" Jones III in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the fourth film in the Indiana Jones franchise.
“She’s an extraordinarily talented actress and it was easy to play those scenes,” Shia continued.Here, the 12-year-old star talks about the physical demands of the shoot, channeling psychosis, and what she learned from a very-method Shia: When did you first hear about appearing in the "Elastic Heart" video alongside Shia La Beouf? But at the end, he kind of just, after the part where I get out and I'm teasing him and he's trying to reach and grab me, he kind of gives up. I was at rehearsal for one of the talk shows I was doing with Sia, and she was like, "Hey, so, I don't really want anybody else in my videos anymore. It was actually completely different from what everyone has been asking. So then I go back in the cage and I actually start to—I do the handstand on his back. At the end, I take his hand and try to walk out of the cage with him, but he's too big to get out. " Actually my first reaction, to be honest, was, "Wait, who is he again? One of the stranger moments at the 2015 Grammy Awards was when actor Shia La Beouf introduced Sia's "Chandelier" performance in an exceedingly heartfelt manner. If strength were made of broken pieces, you and I would always win. Love, Erik." Within the context of the Grammys, where many presenters stumbled due to the teleprompter, La Beouf's reading of a handwritten poem seemed especially odd, but given what we now know, the introduction makes a little more sense.