Shia LaBeouf claims Olivia Wilde didn’t fire him from Don’t Worry Baby

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Well, this could get ugly. earlier this week, diverse Posted in-depth interview With actor and director Olivia Wilde whose primary focus was the new director’s upcoming psychological thriller, do not worry my love. During the interview, Wilde spoke openly (and candidly) about getting kicked out of her previous movie Shia LaBeouf. The main role was taken by the pop star Harry Stiles. However, in a new development, LaBeouf spoke up saying that he was not fired from the film at all.

In her statement to diverse About LaBeouf, Wilde is disavowed as “a fan of his work,” but that’sHis process was not in keeping with the spirit that I demand in my productions. Wilde refers to LaBeouf’s way of preparing for a role, which often involves some aggressive behavior, and has been taken up several times by the headlines and the actor himself. After reading the article, however, the former transformers The star was not happy with the allegations and contacted the news outlet. through emailLaBeouf said he texted Wilde saying, “You and I know my reasons for leaving.”

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In an email sent to Wilde (which he also shared with diverse), LaBeouf reveals that he is on a “journey of redemption and righteousness.” Back in 2020, the actor made headlines after his ex-girlfriend, a pop singer FKA . twigs He accused him of relentless “abuse” and then announced that he was actively seeking treatment. Now, in the email, LaBeouf mentions that he was 627 days sober and now has a “moral compass that never existed before.”

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Twigs is mentioned in the email, but LaBeouf suggests there will be a “time and place” to reveal his side of the story. It refers to the next trial of the two parties, which will take place next April. At the time Twigs sued the actor, she mentioned constant gas lighting, which the actor denied. However, when talking to The New York TimesLaBeoufs had the choice of words that seemed to confirm Twigs’ story. He said:

“I am in no position to tell anyone how my behavior made them feel. I have no excuses for alcoholism or aggressiveness, just rationalizations. I have been abusive to myself and everyone around me for years. I have a history of hurting the people closest to me. I am ashamed of this history and sorry To whom I hurt. There’s nothing else I can really say.”

Looking at the actor’s own accounts of his past behavior and Wilde’s interview with him diverseIt doesn’t seem so farfetched to think that LaBeouf’s acting process didn’t match up with the rest of the cast – especially Florence Boge, with whom he spent most of the time on the set. For now, Wilde declined to comment further on the matter. We’ll have to wait for more developments to get a clearer picture of what happened during the early production of the film.

do not worry my love It will premiere in theaters on September 23. You can watch the trailer below:

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