Shia LaBeouf was reportedly fired from Olivia Wilde's next movie due to 'poor behavior'
Shia LaBeoufwas fired from the upcoming Olivia Wildemovie, " Don't Worry Darling," according to Variety.
- Apparently, the reason the controversial actor was axed was due to his "poor behavior" to cast and crew, including Wilde, the trade reports.
- He was replaced by
- This comes on the heels of singer FKA Twigs, LaBeouf's ex-girlfriend, filing a lawsuit against him, claiming physical and emotional abuse.
- LaBeouf told the New York Times that "many of these allegations are not true," concerning FKA Twigs and another girlfriend who detailed abusive accounts.
It turns out Shia LaBeouf's departure from the upcoming movie, "Don't Worry Darling" was not due to a schedule conflict, as previously reported.
In a report Variety ran on Thursday about the actor, LaBeouf was apparently fired from the psychological thriller, centered on an unhappy 1950s housewife, after displaying "poor behavior" to the cast and crew, including director Olivia Wilde."He is not an easy guy to work with," a source told Variety.
Back in September, LaBeouf was replaced by Harry Styles, according to Deadline. The singer-turned-actor will star opposite Florence Pugh as a couple who has their own dark secrets. Chris Pine will also star in the film.The news of LaBeouf's ousting comes on the heels of a New York Times report earlier this month that revealed LaBeouf's ex-girlfriend, singer FKA Twigs, had filed a lawsuit against him, claiming physical and emotional abuse.
The actor told the newspaper in an email that "many of these allegations are not true," concerning FKA Twigs and another girlfriend who detailed abusive accounts in the report. Still, he apologized."I have been abusive to myself and everyone around me for years," LaBeouf told the Times via email. "I have a history of hurting the people closest to me. I'm ashamed of that history and am sorry to those I hurt." After the story broke, Sia tweeted that she, too, had been burned by LaBeouf, alleging that he "conned" her into a relationship after lying about his relationship status. Days after the FKA's lawsuit was made public, Netflix removed any mention of LaBeouf from its awards campaign of his upcoming movie, "Pieces of a Woman."
Still, a source close to the movie told IndieWire that the film's campaign was never set to feature LaBeouf in the first place.
There's no word yet on when "Don't Worry Darling" will hit theaters or streaming.
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