Ever since he finished filming the Transformers franchise, Shia LeBeouf has been getting pretty serious.
You can watch him play a Prohibition era bootlegger in Lawless this weekend and he's about to start bangin' on film in the next Lars von Trier movie, The Nymphomaniac. To add to his new image, we'll get to see him play an investigative journalist who exposes fugitive members of militant protest group The Weather Underground!
The 26-year-old stars alongside an incredible cast consisting of Hollywood veterans like Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Nick Nolte, Stanley Tucci, Julie Christi and Terrence Howard in The Company You Keep.
The first trailer for the drama (above) features LeBeouf in the center of it all after a story he writes causes Redford's character to go on the run from the law after 30 years in hiding.
It looks like a top-notch political thriller if U ask us and should definitely make the world take Louis Stevens a little more seriously.
Robin Williams must love playing dead presidents. Or he's just really good at it.
The actor portrayed Teddy Roosevelt in both Night at the Museum flicks, but now he's taking on Dwight Eisenhower's persona too.
Williams has been cast as the 34th president of the United States in Lee Daniels' The Butler, which is based on the true story of a butler who worked in the White House for three decades' worth of administrations.
He's not the only talented actor
It looks like we’ve officially got another slashie!
Sports Illustrated model Anne Vyalitsyna just scored her second major film role!
The Russian beauty is set to star in Lullaby, alongside Jennifer Hudson, Terrance Howard and Garrett Hedlund among others.
Anne will make her silver screen debut in A Good Day To Die Hard, which is scheduled to hit theaters in February.
We’re so excited that Anne V is moving on from her very public breakup from Adam Levine.
On to bigger and better things girl!
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You go Alex Pettyfer!!
The seksi-sexfaced actor has joined the cast of Lee Daniels' latest film, The Butler!
It's really an honor for Alex to be cast, considering Daniels (aka the dude who directed Prescious) can get pretty much whoever he wants to be in his films.
The flick is already overflowing with-top notch award-winning cast members, including: Forest Whitaker, David Oyelowo, Alan Rickman, Jane Fonda, Oprah Winfrey, Minka Kelly, Cuba Gooding Jr, Terrance Howard, and… Lenny Kravitz.
This sounds like the perrrrrfect way for the yummy star to get some respect for his acting, and not his de-lish body!
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Terrence Howard has terrible luck with woman.
On top of navigating a bitter divorce from his estranged wife, whom the actor calls a conniving racist, the Iron Man star got attacked by an ex-girlfriend at his Pennsylvania home recently!
Cops were called to his residence at 11pm on May 6 after a former flame named May Seng Yang showed up, rang the doorbell, then socked him in the face when he answered.
Ouch! Love really does hurt. Ha!
As a result, the jaded ex has been charged with
Terrence Howard sure knows how to multitask!
The actor just settled a lawsuit with a former manager while in the middle of a nasty divorce from his wife.
Victoria Fredrick filed the suit last year that claimed she was owed $137,500 in unpaid commission for various movie projects he worked on, but Howard told the judge she was his "personal manager".
He argued that she had no part in shaping or maintaining his career and was simply a glorified assistant. Ultimately, we're not sure who was telling the truth because they settled out of court last week and the case has been dismissed.
One down, one more bitter legal battle to go! He's on the home stretch! Ha!
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We bet Terrence Howard continues to HATE his ex-wife more and more.
The actor was in El Lay Superior Court this morning, where a judge ordered Terrence to fork over $50,000 to Michelle Ghent Howard as holding money until their divorce is fully settled.
The $50K is distributed in the following ways: