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Brad Pitt Had To Step In During An On-Set Dispute Between Scott Eastwood And

Shia LaBeouf is perhaps known as much for his acting prowess as he is for his history with scandal and legal troubles. He has been on the wrong side of the law on multiple occasions.

As well as his multiple run-ins with the government, LaBeouf has also clashed with his fellow actors a number of times. His beef with Jim Carrey is well documented, for instance, with the pair trading barbs about comedy chops and parenting skills. Carrey is not the only Hollywood star who’s taken issue with LaBeouf. In fact, a number of his past co-stars do not have very good words to say about their experience working with him.


Christy Carlson Romano worked with him in Disney’s Even Stevens, and revealed that they never got along well. FKA Twigs, LaBeouf’s castmate from Honey Boy, even filed a lawsuit against him for assault.

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That’s not to say that everyone in Hollywood despises LaBeouf. Brad Pitt enthused about his commitment during their collaboration in the movie Fury. Yet even then, the Transformers star still found a way to court controversy.

What Was The Movie Fury About?

The movie Fury is set “in April 1945, [when] the Allies are making their final push in the European theater. A battle-hardened Army sergeant named Don “Wardaddy” Collier, leading a Sherman tank and a five-man crew, undertakes a deadly mission behind enemy lines.”

This is according to a synopsis of the film on Amazon, which continues: “Hopelessly outnumbered, outgunned and saddled with an inexperienced soldier in their midst, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds as they move to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.”

Fury was written and directed by Training Day director David Ayer, who was influenced by books such as Death Traps: The Survival of an American Armored Division in World War II by Belton Y. Cooper. Ayer also borrowed from experiences of his own family members who served in the military.

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Brad Pitt played the leading role of Don “Wardaddy” Collier, with Logan Lerman playing Private First Class Norman “Machine” Ellison, the inexperienced soldier in the crew.

Shia LaBeouf’s character was Technician Fifth Grade Boyd “Bible” Swan, with Scott Eastwood appearing as Sergeant Miles.

What Happened Between Shia LaBeouf And Scott Eastwood On The Set Of Fury?

While being the son of one of the most famous actors in Hollywood, Scott Eastwood has established himself as a star of industry in his own right. That being the case, he didn’t take very well to being “needlessly” challenged by Shia LaBeouf as he executed one of his scenes in Fury.

“We almost got into a fist fight. I was in the middle of a scene with Brad Pitt, and chewing tobacco,” Eastwood said during an interview with GQ Magazine in November 2014. “[Shia] wasn’t even in the scene,…

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