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We’re living in an age of actors renaissances, Matthew McConaughey, Keanu Reeves, and now Adam Sandler and Eddie Murphy are getting the praise they haven’t had in a while, or that simply a different kind of praise than before. Though missing from most end-of-year lists and the award season conversation, Shia LeBeouf also experienced a bit of a comeback last year with his first feature-length script, “Honey Boy.”
The biographical fiction based on his own life was a critical darling out of the Sundance film festival last year, with critics and audiences praising both the script, Alma Har’el’s direction, and the performances by Shia LaBeouf as his father, and Noa Jupe’s role as a young Shia. Sadly, the film was largely missing from award season nominations, but that didn’t stop LaBeouf from having already finished his second feature-length script.
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The news was first reported by 3rd & Fairfax, the Writers Guild of America West podcast, where late last year Shia LaBeouf opened about his experience with “Honey Boy,” as well...
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