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Submitted by alycakes 645d ago | news

Shia LaBeouf May Not Star in Triple Nine After All

Coming Soon:
ComingSoon.net just got off the phone with Australian filmmaker John Hillcoat, talking about his Prohibitian-era crime-thriller Lawless, which comes out on DVD and Blu-ray on November 27. The movie stars Shia LaBeouf as the youngest of the Bondurant Brothers, a Virginia-based family of moonshiners who were trying to stay one step ahead of the law.

Back in May, when the movie premiered at Cannes, and again in August for the movie's release, there was talk of Hillcoat and LaBeouf reuniting for the police thriller Triple Nine, but it's looking like the actor's busy schedule may prevent the two from doing that project together. (Cinema, Shia LaBeouf, Triple Nine)

StarWarsFan  +   644d ago
How busy is Shia LaBeouf really? It's not like he has Transformers to combat anymore.

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