Director Alma Har'el talks to VICE about the rough road to bring LaBeouf's story to life.
In the semi-autobiographical movie, the actor plays a character based on his dad, while Lucas Hedges plays a version of LaBeouf.
In an interview with 'Esquire,' LaBeouf delves into his fractured friendship with West and how he birthed Kanye's swag. "That dude has a lot of my shit."
Trump warns he'll be "angry" if health bill fails, ex-president of Brazil convicted of corruption, two US volunteer fighters killed in Syria, and more.
Also last week: Kanye launched a jewelry line and Shia LaBeouf kicked off a performance in Finland.
Also in the news: a naked man with a bloody menstrual pad strapped to his crotch was kicked out of Art Basel Hong Kong.
Plus, Leonardo da Vinci’s 'Adoration of the Magi' returned to Florence after a six-year restoration effort.
The anti-Trump performance art project was shut down after 20 days of controversy and violence, but it was still weirdly successful.
'He Will Not Divide Us' was intended to last for all four years of Trump's presidency, but was closed after becoming a "flashpoint of violence," according to the Museum of the Moving Image.