Shia LaBeouf slashes face and removes tooth

Shia LaBeoufWhile getting into character for his most recent role, Shia LaBeouf, 28, took it to the extreme by slashing his face and removing a tooth. Shia stars in the upcoming war flick Fury alongside Brad Pitt and Logan Lerman. Logan recently revealed to British GQ that the makeup just wasn’t believable enough for Shia, saying, “We were in makeup and they were putting cuts on Shia and I said, ‘Yeah, yeah, it looks good.” However, it turns out Shia didn’t agree. Logan explained, “Shia was like, ‘No it doesn’t look real.’ Then he walks out into the hallway and says, ‘Hey man, wanna see something fun? Check this out…’ and he takes out a knife and cuts his face. For the whole movie he kept opening these cuts on his face. That’s all real.”

Talk about committing to a role.

Shia didn’t stop there though—he also pulled out a tooth. Logan explains, “He did go to a dentist and asked them to pull his tooth out, but yeah, what an odd request.” Even though Shia took his role to the extreme it didn’t seem to bother Logan. “I f–king love it!” he exclaimed.

Logan wasn’t the only cast member to gush to the magazine about Shia—Brad also sang his praises. “Oh, I love this boy,” he enthused. “He’s one of the best actors I’ve ever seen. He’s full-on commitment, man. He’s living it like no one else, let me tell you. I’ve been fortunate to work with a lot of great actors. He’s one of the best I’ve seen.” ~Janine Wyslobicky

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  1. David • October 9, 2014 @ 10:26 AM

    Cutting yourself in the face is not ‘commitment’. That boy has serious issues.

  2. Sharon • October 9, 2014 @ 12:37 PM

    Yes, and it’s odd that the other kid would think it was cool to have a fellow actor slash his face for a job. He will have scars there for a long time, if not forever, is that going to work for his next role? Probably not. Shia definitely has serious mental issues, he may be a good actor but he has problems.

  3. jim nonyabusiness • October 9, 2014 @ 12:47 PM

    Well,, now that’s what seperates the men from the boys. If I could I would shake his hand and compliment him of how well he dedicates himself to the industry. Keep on with the surprises Shia , and you know what they say if you cant take a joke.

  4. LeongCox • October 9, 2014 @ 1:02 PM

    It’s a character in a movie. Not real life…..Someone should take him to a shrink- quick.

  5. Tess • October 11, 2014 @ 4:30 AM

    Fifty shades of crazy…this guy needs help, not praise for his self-mutilation.

  6. Chris • October 12, 2014 @ 5:07 PM

    Who comments on these boards? A bunch of grandma’s? relax everyone, I’m sure a 6 year old boy would get just as bad of a cut on his face if he feel off his damn skateboard…

    If the guy feels that he actually needs to adjust to a circumstance for him to give a believable performance in his job…. then good for him.

    Theres too much emphasis here on the act itself rather then the commitment it represents. If everyone had this same mindset, no matter what job it is, we’d all have strong minded committed employee’s.

    Adjust your perspectives. Its a cut… he didn’t chop his damn arm off.

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