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La Beouf has also found a way to express another side of himself, through performance-art projects such as #IAm Sorry, in which he invited strangers into a room to interact with him, while he wore that paper bag over his head.

The next time she saw him was in New York, on the morning after his “Cabaret” arrest, coming from jail and carrying his shoelaces in his hands. He would get a page of dialogue in the morning before each shooting day.

He prepared for the movie by spending two weeks with a real-life “magazine crew” that he knew from AA. When I got to Andrea’s set and saw what the dynamics were, it made sense to me.” But there wasn’t much of a “set.” To shoot her $3.5 million movie, Arnold constructed a seven-week road trip that started in Muskogee, Okla., and spanned a handful of states.

“Then Will [Smith] came in, and the script changed a bit. I went in to meet, and they were like, ‘Nah, you’re crazy. He’s got to get a little ballsier with his moves — he’s trying to toe the line and be James Cameron, but James Camerons are dying.

That character and Tom [Hardy’s] character [later played by Joel Kinnaman] got written down to build Will up.” La Beouf says the studio vetoed his casting. You’re a good actor, but not this one.’ It was a big investment for them.” He’s not sure if he wants to do blockbusters again, but he’d be open to reuniting with his “Transformers” director Michael Bay. I don’t know what he’s chasing, but that version of director is dead.

“I was the only white dude in that group,” he says, adding, “They f–k each other. She shot in chronological order, and the cast’s relationships (and sleeping arrangements, in cheap motels) mirrored those of the characters they played. “You do whatever is required for it to be true, for it to be honest.

I had to run this group, sort of like a pimp.” Every city brought a new adventure.

He speaks in a deeper-than-expected voice, which sounds like he’s channeling Joaquin Phoenix. After “Fury” in 2014, director David Ayer approached him for “Suicide Squad,” for a role that eventually went to Scott Eastwood.