Starting off his career with the family show Even Stevens, actor Shia LaBeouf has come far since the days of his Disney past. Working his way up to being an A-list actor, LaBeouf rose to fame after getting a leading role in Michael Bay's Transformers trilogy. His fame spawned legions of fans who even started some celeb-worshiping websites. The strangest of sites was ‘Shiantology.’ Dedicated to all things Shia, the site idolized the rising star.
Since his big break, Shia LaBeouf has wanted to shed his wimpy action hero roles. In 2010, he donned on a suit to take on more serious roles in more respected movies, like the widly anticipated sequel to Oliver Stone's Wall Street. Posing for iconic mens magazine GQ, LaBeouf was featured looking handsomely dapper in some Wall Street celebtography.
The most grown-up appearance Shia has made was in a music video for Icelandic band Sigur Ros. The NSFW video featured an in-the-buff Labeouf. One can only imagine the surprises that will occur in the future of Shia's career.
From Sorrowful Psychedelic Celeb Videos to Wimpy Action Heroes
Spoof Autobot Film Trailers
The Honest Trailers: Transformers Edition is Knee-Slappingly Truthful
Sorrowful Psychedelic Celeb Videos
The Sigur Rós 'Fjögur Píanó' Video Features
Action-Filled Photo Edits
The Michael Bayifier Turns Any Photo into a Scene from an Action Movie
Celeb Worshiping Websites
Shiantology.com Dedicates Itself to Idolizing Shia LaBeouf
Mega Flick Sneak Peeks
MTV Movie Awards Give Viewers Previews of Upcoming Blockbusters
Wall Street Celebtography
The Shia LaBeouf GQ Editorial Shows that 'He's All Money'
Shia LaBeouf's DUI Injury Excludes Him From Transformers 2
Leaked Sequel Promos
'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' Super Bowl 2009 Trailer is Awesome
Flip-Flop Footwear Fusion
Sanuk Pick Pocket Sidewalk Surfer Combines Sandal & Shoe
Wimpy Action Heroes
LA Times Picks Best of the Worst
Transformers' Beloved Bumblebee Camaro to Hit Production