Who better than yourself to tell your story? That seems to have asked Shia LaBeouf, before you decide that I should write his own biopic. Now, check to see if the public cares about this story. Today we have the opportunity to see the trailer of the film, titled ‘Honey Boy‘, a nickname from childhood of the star (which now has 33 years old).
The advancement advantage that the film has received some reviews enthusiasts –she has a 64/100 in Metacritic and 100% approval in RottenTomatoes– to try to convince us that we’re going to see something special. It may be as well. ‘Honey Boy’ opens in the united States the November 8; for now there is no date for his arrival in the cinemas Spanish.
LaBeouf in the skin of his father
in Addition to taking care of the script, Shia LaBeouf is acting in the film, giving life to his father, portrayed as a hard man who takes advantage of the fame of his son. In the role of LaBeouf, we find two performers to portray different stages of his life: Noah Jupe and Lucas Hedges.
To Jupe what we have seen in titles such as ‘Suburbicon‘, ‘Wonder‘ or ‘A quiet place‘. Hedges was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role in ‘Manchester in front of the sea’ and do not stop working; he recently premiered ‘The return of Ben‘, ‘Identity deleted‘ and ‘90‘.
The staging of ‘Honey Boy’ is run by Soul Har’the, who made his debut in the cinema of fiction after making documentaries and music videos. In fact, already led to LaBeouf in the music video of the song ‘Fjögur Píanó’, of Sigur Rós:
‘Honey Boy’ explores ten years of the life of LaBeouf, since he began his career as a child star, exploring the relationship with her father, a Vietnam veteran and an alcoholic. Pity that you do not include some of the most current, experimental and controversial of the actor ‘Transformers‘, since he decided to distance himself from the industry in order to find himself as an artist.
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The news Interesting trailer of ‘Honey Boy’: Shia LaBeouf writes and coprotagoniza his own biopic was originally published in Espinof by Juan Luis Caviaro .