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Shia LaBeouf and Josh Duhamel at the Transformers Premiere

By admin on June 23rd, 2009

josh duhamel shia labeouf transformers premiere.jpg

While the whole world (ok, a bit of an exaggeration) is going crazy over Megan Fox over at Brandish our eyes are trained on the menfolk.

Josh Duhamel
and Shia LaBeouf both turned up to the Transformers première in grey suits; LaBeouf wins points for opting for a three-piece suit, while Duhamel’s jacket looks like its been moulded to his body. It’s a shame they didn’t go for some slightly more adventurous accessories, a colour block tie, pocket square or a pair of pastel suede shoes could have really livened things up. Do these guys not have stylists?!

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US GQ- June 2008: Shia LaBeouf by Peggy Sirota

By Will Reid on May 21st, 2008

shiagq.jpgThere seems to be a formula for the young star; grey, Dior Homme-style suits, Converse-style trainers and now the latest addition; faux facial hair.

Here we have Shia LaBeouf- star of the latest Indiana Jones film. LaBeouf has come a long way since his days as the curly haired, Hawaiian shirt-wearing Louis Stevens and the cover of this month’s US GQ sees him in great trench coats, nautical-inspired knits and skinny jeans.

I do, however, object to that follicle growth appearing in his mouth region (could I have made that sound any more disgusting?!) It looks like GQ have got the make-up artist to pencil in a goatee. Ugh!

Continue reading for the rest of the shoot.

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Harrison Ford and Shia LaBoeuf go macho for Vanity Fair

By ShinyMedia on January 3rd, 2008

VanityharlfairAnnie Liebovitz has snapped Harrison Ford and Shia LaBoeuf for the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair. The shoot was in honour of the latest Indiana Jones film called ‘Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull’. The film is set in the ’50s; Ford and LaBoeuf star alongside Cate Blanchett playing a fearsome but hot Russian agent.
The film has strived to keep the same aesthetic as previous Indiana Jones films,  director Steven Spielberg told Vanity Fair: "We went right back to the
blazing Technicolor style of the first three installments. … I didn’t
want to update Indiana Jones to the 1950s beyond hair, makeup, costumes
and cars. I wanted it to look very similar to the first three pictures.
I never wanted to get away from the B-movie, pulp feeling of the entire
cliffhangers era of the ’40s and ’50s, the old Republic serials."


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