Shia LeBeouf Is a Huge Tool

Alright, I admit it. I used to watch Even Stevens on the Disney Channel. I know it’s cheesy and I was definitely a few years too old to be watching it at the time, but it was a silly, fun show that came on after school and I didn’t have any friends anyway so it was entertaining enough.

Had you told me back in the early 2000s that Shia LeBeouf was going to turn out to be a huge a-hole d-bag, I’d have told you to f-off, because Louis Stevens was the cutest silliest character ever. However, after reading an interview in Details magazine with the Transformers star, I am convinced he’s become one of the most egotistical, arrogant stars in Hollywood.

From DListed:

On being an asshole:

“I would like to be George Clooney– diplomatic. I just don’t have the wherewithal yet or the inner serenity. My bullshit meter is tuned very sensitive. The minute it starts kicking up, I get back to truth, and sometimes that involves, you know, ‘I don’t want to take a picture.’ And if that’s the case, am I an asshole for being honest? Or am I an asshole for being dishonest, smiling in your picture and I fucking hate being there? Which one is worse? These are the questions I ask myself that George Clooney doesn’t ask.”

On if he’s ever humped on Megan Fox:

“Look, you’re on the set for six months, with someone who’s rooting to be attracted to you, and you’re rooting to be attracted to them. I never understood the separation of work and life in that situation. But the time I spent with Megan was our own thing, and I think you can see the chemistry onscreen.”

On if she was with Brian Austin Green at the time:

“I don’t know, man. I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know. . . It was what it was.”

On Oliver Stone and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps:

“He’s trying to play nice. But for a movie like Wall Street that had so much bite the first time around to come out without fangs and preach a message of hope wasn’t what people were looking for.”

So basically, in one interview he made himself sound cooler than George Clooney, sold out a girl he might (keyword: MIGHT) have hooked up with, and threw a world class director under the bus. That is like, the jerk-off trifecta.

Look out, Louis Stevens. You’re about to be black-balled in Hollywood. And let me remind you, good sir, that THIS was your start in the entertainment industry:

UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE: When asked about his opinion on the Shia LeBeouf interview, eternal bad ass and Hollywood legacy Harrison Ford said:

“I think he was a f***ing idiot.”

BRAVO!