Shia LaBeouf Is Watching All Of His Movies In A Theater For Three-Straight Days

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Right now, in New York City’s Angelika Film Center, Shia LaBeouf is DO(ing) IT. And by “IT,” I mean, for the next three days, he’s watching all of his movies in reverse chronological order. That’s his entire filmography, from this year’s Man Down to Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (it came out in Japan in 1984, but LaBeouf provided a voice for the 2005 Disney re-release). It’s egotism at its most ambitious, and although I’m sure LaBeouf considers what he’s doing an impressive art installation, he has yet to give a statement. That’s probably because Fury just started and he doesn’t want to miss the scene with the tank.

Here’s the schedule.

According to EW, “Admission is free, although attendees will have to wait in line once the theater gets crowded.” You can also check out the livestream, if you want to watch someone watching Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. (Of all of Shia’s mostly terrible movies, that would be the worst to watch with him, right? He probably hates Transformers, so you’d get some good Michael Bay stories. But I bet Shia defends Crystal Skull, and would spend 20 minutes explaining why the monkey scene was ahead of its time.)

(Via EW)

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