Snagging some frosty fuel to start their day, Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth stopped at Crave Restaurant in Los Angeles on Thursday (June 6).
The "Transformers" star wore a black T-shirt, gym shorts, and brown boots while his girlfriend sported a navy sweatshirt, black leggings, and a maroon knitted hat as they sipped on frozen coffees.
Stocking up on some healthy eats, Shia LaBeouf hit up his local Whole Foods grocery store in Sherman Oaks yesterday (June 3).
Joined by his girlfriend Mia Goth, the “Constantine” star carried their bags of food back to the car as they both smiled and chatted through the parking lot.
Getting a large cup of Joe to fuel his day, Shia LaBeouf stopped at Starbucks in Sherman Oaks, California on Wednesday (May 29).
The "Transformers" star wore a black graphic T-shirt, blue shorts, and brown boots as he made his way back to his vehicle without cracking a smile.
Taking care of his to-do list, Shia LaBeouf made his way around Sherman Oaks, California during the Memorial Day holiday on Monday (May 27).
The “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” hunk picked up some reading material at the local newsstand and nabbed a frozen beverage at the Crave Café before heading home.
Delving into directing, Shia LaBeouf created a creepy short film entitled "Haunted Love," set to the song by the same title by the band Future Unlimited.
In the short, the "Transformer" actor's girlfriend Mia Goth plays the lead female role, with Future Unlimited frontman David Miller as her male counterpart.
Possibly getting ready to add another film to his already-impressive resume, Shia LaBeouf is in talks to join Sony Pictures' "Fury."
According to a report put out by The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday (April 23), if the "Disturbia" actor officially adds to the cast he will play a crew member in a five-man American war group.
After playing another legendary actor's son in "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," Shia LaBeouf will portray Robert De Niro's progeny in the upcoming film, "Spy's Kid."
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the "Transformers" star will join director D.J. Caruso in the Paramount Pictures flick.
Stepping out for some media duties, Shia LaBeouf showed up at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City fan appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” last night (April 1).
And of course, Letterman was very interested in hearing the story of how the “Disturbia” stud got axed from the “Orphans” play with Dave’s buddy Alec Baldwin.
Stepping out in style for this week's release, Shia LaBeouf attended the New York premiere of "The Company You Keep" at the Museum of Modern Art on Monday (April 1).
Directed by and starring Robert Redford, the film follows a former Weather Underground activist who goes on the run from a journalist that discovered his identity.
He bowed out of the new Broadway play “Orphans” during rehearsals last month, but Shia LaBeouf still wanted to see how things turned out in his absence.
The “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” actor showed up at the first preview performance at the Schoenfeld Theater last night (March 27), sitting in the front row.