Was Shia LaBeouf‘s interview on “Ellen” just a piece of performance art? It was certainly weird enough to be.
“They’re like landmarks. It’s love, it’s people I love,” he described the ink. Alright.
After that, he talked about his recent wedding, which was apparently a real thing.
“And part of the package, the King Tut package, you get a live stream for free — part of the deal,” the “Transformers” actor recalled. “And I said, ‘Ya know, we don’t really need that, as a matter of fact. We’ll just take our private tape we got our Mom’s there.’ And they said, ‘No problem.'”
“We get back home and it’s like, ‘Whoa, hey listen, something changed!’ I call them up and they said somebody pressed the wrong button that sends the video to TMZ,” LaBeouf continued. “I said, I understood. I checked with my girl and she said, ‘Hey, what are you gonna do?’ and, ya know, it’s love. We’re proud of it. It was love.”
Double alright. Watch that video above.
Finally, LaBeouf described his latest performance art project, which basically allows strangers to kidnap him and two collaborators and take them anywhere. The actor said he didn’t encounter as many “weirdos” as he thought he might. Unclear if the actual drivers came away thinking the same thing.
“They were tripping with us, not against us, so it was cool,” he said, whatever that means.
He then talked about his work being all-about “empathy push-ups,” whatever those are.
Watch that video below, thank us later.