Shia LaBeouf Exclusive Interview TRANSFORMERS REVENGE OF THE FALLEN

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Shia LaBeouf image (3).jpgShia LaBeouf and I have some history. That’s because back when he was promoting “Surf’s Up” in Hawaii, I surprised him with an “Indiana Jones” question on a red carpet and his reaction was priceless. Here’s the interview. Since then, he’s always remembered me and been extremely friendly. He’s never acted like the movie star he is.

So when I walked into the interview room to speak with him about “Transformers Revenge of the Fallen” as a reporter for our partners at Omelete, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Would he remember me? Would he tell his publicists to escort me out? Or would he be the same Shia that is willing to talk about anything.

Thankfully, it was the Shia that I’ve always encountered and he greeted me like a friend. Before the cameras rolled we talked briefly about his hand (he said it’s doing well) and caught up a bit. I then told him I had a few surprises to ask him and he said he not only expected them, but was ready for whatever I could ask.

What he didn’t know is…I’m friends with someone he grew up with, and the first two questions came from our mutual friend Bo Barrett. Once again I surprised Shia and his reaction is great. Same with his answers.

So after the jump watch Shia talk about his childhood, Michael Bay, traveling the world to promote the movie, and “Y: The Last Man”.

Shia LaBeouf

  • I surprise him with some stories from his past…and he tells a funny story about his childhood
  • Since Shia used to read all the online sites, how has that changed in recent years
  • I ask what’s changed about Michael Bay from the first film to the sequel
  • Pros and cons of traveling the world promoting the movie
  • If he could pick one city to go back to tomorrow for one day…which city would it be
  • Y The Last Man talk




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  • Denise

    can’t wait for the movie :D
    love the interview!

  • Denise

    can’t wait for the movie :D
    love the interview!

  • David

    Shia LaBeouf can only play one role… that of a hysterical male always in a state of panic and confusion.

    This is probably due to watching his parents having sex when he was a child.

  • David

    Shia LaBeouf can only play one role… that of a hysterical male always in a state of panic and confusion.

    This is probably due to watching his parents having sex when he was a child.

  • Killian

    Steve, he’s name checked you on IESB when he was promoting the first Transformers- all the websites that know far too much.

  • Killian

    Steve, he’s name checked you on IESB when he was promoting the first Transformers- all the websites that know far too much.

  • sun

    love this interview, love the fact that it’s not same old same: your hand, steven spilberg, kissing megan fox, blah blah
    way to go (:

  • sun

    love this interview, love the fact that it’s not same old same: your hand, steven spilberg, kissing megan fox, blah blah
    way to go (:

  • Hey Shia, WWII ended over sixty years ago. Germany is no longer under Nazi rule. Infact I think you’ll find the Germans have less tolerance for racism than many other European countries as evidenced by the recent EU parliamentary elections.

  • Hey Shia, WWII ended over sixty years ago. Germany is no longer under Nazi rule. Infact I think you’ll find the Germans have less tolerance for racism than many other European countries as evidenced by the recent EU parliamentary elections.

  • viewit

    He is just so adorable!

  • viewit

    He is just so adorable!

  • Guest

    I have great respect for you, Shia LaBeouf, really.
    I admire your filmography and defend you most of the time.
    However – please try to open your mind up a little about Germany – at least when Talking about Germany.

    I think you’ll quickly realize that it isn’t Nazi Germany. Why? Because that ended almost Seven Decades ago. Also, I think you’ll realize that there are more neo-nazis and fascism in The United States of America than in Germany.

    Sorry. I’m German, and I am proud of it, and I just had to rant.

    Peace.

  • marco Margaritoff

    I have great respect for you, Shia LaBeouf, really.
    I admire your filmography and defend you most of the time.
    However – please try to open your mind up a little about Germany – at least when Talking about Germany.

    I think you’ll quickly realize that it isn’t Nazi Germany. Why? Because that ended almost Seven Decades ago. Also, I think you’ll realize that there are more neo-nazis and fascism in The United States of America than in Germany.

    Sorry. I’m German, and I am proud of it, and I just had to rant.

    Peace.

  • caroline

    I love how he mixed it up with this interview as in not asking ALL the same questions
    Shia was awesome of course
    I love that kid.

  • caroline

    I love how he mixed it up with this interview as in not asking ALL the same questions
    Shia was awesome of course
    I love that kid.

  • Double A

    Who gives a crap about Germany! Love it, Hate it! Who care people!?!?

  • Double A

    Who gives a crap about Germany! Love it, Hate it! Who care people!?!?

  • Because he is in a position to speak to many people and in some cases even help influence their opinion on subjects so he should be more careful with what he says. That’s why Double A.

  • Because he is in a position to speak to many people and in some cases even help influence their opinion on subjects so he should be more careful with what he says. That’s why Double A.

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