Actor Shia LeBeouf took to Twitter today to tease fans of a new project he's been working on. Though no exact details have been announced just yet, we do have some tasty morsels to share with you should you read on. Which you should, by the way.
Actor Shia LaBeouf has been having a ball lately after leaving the overblown world of big Hollywood epics behind. For his next project he'll be working with 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo on a film called Villain.
Another Halloween treat has made its way online, this time from The Collective and Bloody Disgusting. Up for another short film to pass the time until you engage in your trick or treating? Then we've got exactly what you need.
The film adaptation of Preacher has long been talked about by Hollywood, but for whatever reasons it's never gotten quite there. Maybe it's the subject matter. Maybe it's the scope of the story. Who knows? One thing is for sure ... this is the closest we've come to seeing it happen.
It's been a while since last we spoke of the live-action adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns, but lo and behold a leading man has been found. LeBeouf be thy name.
There will be no time spent in the fields for Shia LeBeouf as the actor has moved out of the Dark Fields for some greener pastures. In his place? Hangover star Bradley Cooper.
While we didn't officially cover Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen here at Dread Central, Trembles' Motion Picture Purgatory review was just too good to pass up sharing with you guys!
Based on the 2003 debut novel by Alan Glynn, Dark Fields is a new thriller coming our way from The Illusionist helmer Neil Burger. Variety reports this morning that Shia LaBeouf has signed on to play the main character, a loser named Eddie who takes an experimental drug called MDT-48, which immediately causes him to be ten times smarter and more attractive.