Shia LaBeouf explains why he turned down the role of Yorick in the film adaptation of "Y The Last Man":
"You take Sam and you put a monkey on his shoulder," said LaBeouf of Yorick's sidekick Ampersand. "I don't know if it's that big a differential. It seems like he's the ordinary guy in an extraordinary situation again."
So the only difference between "Y, The Last Man On Earth" and his character from "Transformers" is a fricking monkey. Obviously, he's waiting for that big Scorsese role that will finally make the public take him *seriously*.
See, this is why you really should hire someone with at least a rudimentary knowledge of comic books to star in a comic book movie. I mean, you don't *need* to, but it sure helps. It's nice to see Ryan Reynolds be excited to play Deadpool instead of looking "pained" like it's something he's forced to do to pay the bills.
In other news, Shia's "Transformers" co-star Megan Fox continues to expand her list of people she disapproves of: Wonder Woman for being "lame," Scarlett Johansson for showboating her IQ, men in their 20s: "immature," men who come on to her: "retards, ridiculous, pathetic," men in general: "weak puppies," actors: "gross prostitutes," and the "white trash, hillbilly, anti-gay, super bible-beating people in Middle America" (who, according to Fox, are apparently deserving of murder, Megatron-style).
Gosh, is there anything Megan Fox DOES like? Here he is:That's it.