The 30-year-old actor earned his stripes over the past month and a half after he unleashed a series of rhymes targeted at Drake, Lil Yachty and Soulja Boy.When asked to freestyle, the star unabashedly spewed bars for those willing to listen. 30 for Shia La Beouf’s road drama “American Honey.” The movie, directed by Andrea Arnold from her own script, premiered at last month’s Cannes Film Festival and won the jury prize.
A shaggy-haired Shia intermittently runs his hands over his head. “And in the end, Bukowski’s poetry saved me,” he announces at one point.
Arnold shot the entire film on location in the Midwest.
The movie’s soundtrack features E-40, Kevin Gates, Fetty Wap and Bruce Springsteen. 21 release date for “Moonlight,” based on the Tarell Mc Craney play “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.” The story centers on a young man who comes of age during the “War On Drugs” era in Miami and focuses on his quarter-life crisis, deteriorating home life and awakening sexuality.
This time, the trio camped out at the Sydney Opera House for two nights as, one by one, visitors delivered a message to them starting with the cryptic phrase “And in the end…” “As 2016 draws to a close, we are all too aware of the pervasive sense of foreboding that has come to define the year,” La Beouf and his collaborators expressed in a statement.
“And yet, we still yearn for some greater truth, for the utopias of our distant horizons, expressed through art.” The messages from the visitors were streamed online and on a giant digital screen outside the Opera House.