Shia LaBeouf has come a long way. The former Disney star can be seen on the April cover of GQ Magazaine in which he promotes his role in Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps with Michael Douglas and girlfriend Carey Mulligan.
GQ had his photoshoot in an office setting and these pics look like stills from the movie. I don’t know how Shia manages to do it; he looks mature but he also looks like he may have been too young to vote yesterday. I still think he’s cute, call me a cougar if you wanna.
On his relationship with co-star and girlfriend Carey Mulligan:
“I never really had anything in my life that was off-limits,” he says, visibly trying to control his natural inclination to share, to think out loud, to let his voice run free. “But with this, just out of respect, I just don’t want to f-ck around. She’s an unbelievably thought-provoking actress, the most talented actress I’ve ever met in my life, by leaps and bounds. Neither one of us are fame whores. It works out. It’s not like we’re the premiere couple; we’re not the red-carpet king and queen.”
On his widely-publicized car crash:
“I’d be watching the news, and they’d play my car crash, and every once in a while Kim Kardashian’s sister would jump on TV and preach to me from the red carpet about how to live my f-cking life. And I’m so upset, man. I’m so angry. Because this accident was not caused by me. I got hit. I had a green. This f-cker ran a red light. And he flipped my truck, and he shoveled it on my hand. And my fingers are in the street… they’re off, they’re under the truck door, man. This is fake, dude,” he says, lifting his newly reconstructed hand. “This is hip bone and the skin that was left over…”