Shia LaBeouf's latest acting gig has left audiences in awe as he transforms into a Greek character for his role in the highly-anticipated film, "Megalopolis." The $100 million film, directed by the legendary Francis Ford Coppola, follows an architect who aims to rebuild a utopian New York City after a catastrophic event.
Unveiling the Transformation
On-set photographs of LaBeouf have recently surfaced, showcasing the actor in a striking, ethereal wardrobe. The 36-year-old actor was spotted wearing a flowing white dress, paired with a gold corset and matching heels.
The outfit was completed with costume jewelry and a small gold purse, while LaBeouf's curly locks were tucked under a gold headpiece. The actor's appearance was further accentuated by an intricate application of makeup, including drawn-on eyebrows and black nail polish.
The film boasts an impressive ensemble cast, including Game of Thrones' Adam Driver, Forest Whitaker, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jon Voight, Laurence Fishburne, Talia Shire, Jason Schwartzman, Grace Vanderwaal, Kathryn Hunter, Aubrey Plaza, Madeleine Gardella, James Remar, DB Sweeney, Chloe Fineman, Isabelle Kusman, and Bailey Ives.
Details about LaBeouf's role in the film remain under wraps, and the film's release date has not yet been announced. However, with such a talented cast and a visionary director, "Megalopolis" is sure to be a cinematic masterpiece.
Shia LaBeouf to face ex-girlfriend in a trial
According to Rolling Stone, LaBeouf will next go up against his ex-girlfriend, Grammy nominee FKA Twigs, in a civil trial over charges of s*xual violence on April 17. “The gaslighting has gone on long enough here and it’s time to hold Shia LaBeouf accountable,” Twigs’ lawyer Bryan Freedman tells Rolling Stone.
“My client wants a trial date”. “It may be surprising to you to learn that I was in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship. It was hard for me to process, too, during and after,” she said in an Instagram post that coincided with her filing.
“I never thought something like this would happen to me. Which is why I have decided it’s important for me to talk about it and try to help people understand that when you are under the coercive control of an abuser or in an intimate partner violent relationship, leaving doesn’t feel like a safe or achievable option”.