On Tuesday, serial plagiarist and "not famous" famous actor Shia LaBeouf invited the public to join him at his latest cry for help in Los Angeles. According to the press release for his new performance entitled "#IAMSORRY," LaBeouf will be "in situ" at an art gallery for six days so he can apologize for his sins.
It's hard being the child of a Hollywood dealmaker—on one hand you get to have all those cool celebrities pop in at your bat mitzvahs, but on the other, Ari Emanuel just made daddy get rid of his second assistant, so now who's going to make your scale model of the solar system for the Harvard-Westlake science fair? Luckily, the top talent agencies have all united in their quest to make the lives of poor little rich kids significantly more enriching, if only for this spookiest of days.
As the mystery feud between major agency UTA and manager Shelley Browning's Magnolia Entertainment rages on—UTA recently vowed never to work with Magnolia again, on the heels of Browning pulling almost all her clients from the agency—the lurking question remains: why do UTA and Browning suddenly hate each other? I put in some calls to get to the bottom of it, and learned that the blow-up may have come down to Browning's Svengali-like hold over her clients