Shia LaBeouf opens up on 'Ellen'
Actor Shia LaBeouf took his "I'm not famous" bag off his head, and sat down with Ellen.
The 28-year-old opened up to Ellen Degeneres regarding his crazy behavior during this past year which includes being arrested for disorderly conduct and trespassing at a New York theater, plagiarizing a graphic novel for his short film "Howard Cantour.com," apologizing for plagiarizing with a plagiarized apology, walking out of an international film premiere with a bag on his head reading "I am not famous anymore," skywriting cryptic messages, and renting a performance art space where he allowed attendees to say whatever they wanted to him.
LaBeouf told Ellen, "I went through like an existential crisis, which turned into kind of like some exploration really. I had some hiccups, you know. Some judgment errors."
He added that during his New York City arrest back in June, NYPD officers put him in a Hannibal Lecter-style mask and jacket after he spit on a cop; an action he deeply regrets.
LaBeouf, who currently co-stars in the new film "Fury" alongside Brad Pitt, told Ellen that he's doing better and that he's as good as he can be.