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Shia LaBeouf steps out for first time since he DENIED Olivia Wilde fired him

Shia LaBeouf steps out for first time since he DENIED Olivia Wilde fired him


Shia LaBeouf steps out for first time since he DENIED Olivia Wilde fired him

Shia LaBeouf Goes Out For First Time After Denying Olivia Wilde Fired Him From ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Shia LaBeouf has made his first public appearance since his public spat with Olivia Wilde.

In a Variety cover story published this week, Olivia Wilde claimed she had to fire LaBeouf from the role of Jack, which eventually went to Harry Styles, who is now Wilde’s beau.

Shia LaBeouf steps out for first time since he DENIED Olivia Wilde fired him


On Saturday, Wilde was spotted out and about in Los Angeles donning a pair of orange Adidas shorts and a black and white T-shirt.

She bared her tattoo-inked thighs at the bottom and wore black socks with messy slides. He slicked back his dark hair and sported a full beard with shiny black glasses.

It comes just a day after his exit when he wrote an unflattering email to Olivia Wilde, which was published in Vanity Fair.

In an emotional note, he claimed that he was not fired from the director’s film Don’t Worry Darling, despite what he widely believed.


Shia LaBeouf has denied being fired from Olivia Wilde’s film. Says he left her

Shia LaBeouf has denied that director Olivia Wilde fired him from ‘Don’t Worry, Darling’ just as production began in 2020.

Earlier, director Olivia Wilde revealed that she had to fire Shia LaBeouf due to the “process” of developing a role, in order to “protect” Florence Pugh.

According to Variety, Shia LaBeouf said he chose to leave the production because he didn’t feel the actors were given enough time to rehearse.

Earlier this month, Olivia Wilde spoke for the first time about LaBeouf’s departure from her film. In an interview with Variety, she says, “I say this as someone who is such a fan of his work. His process was not conducive to the ethics that I demand in my productions. He has an approach that, in some ways, requires combative energy, and I personally don’t believe that’s conducive to optimal performance. I believe that creating a safe, trusting environment. It’s the best way to get people to do their best work. Ultimately, it’s my responsibility to the production and the cast to protect them. That was my job.”

However, LaBeouf has now denied being fired, instead, responding to Variety claiming that he “left the film due to lack of rehearsal time”.

The actor forwarded two emails to Variety, which he claims he sent to Wilde on Wednesday and Thursday after Olivia Wilde said she was fired. In the emails, LaBeouf wrote, “You and I both know the reasons for my exit. I left your film because your actors and I did not have time to rehearse.

At the time LaBeouf departed, several studio sources told Variety that he had been fired from the project. Another source familiar with the situation described the split as a collective feeling that LaBeouf’s acting style did not suit Wilde’s vision as a director.

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