Shia LaBeouf is at it again.
The police aren't involved this time. (His lawyers and agents must be grateful for that, at least.) But it's almost as weird as his infamous outburst at a June 2014 performance of "Cabaret." LaBeouf has parked himself in a seat at New York arthouse cinema Angelika Film Center to watch all of his own movies in reverse chronological order, a feat that will take nearly three days. He's allowing anyone else to join him in the theater for free. USA Today reported that one other person joined him a few minutes after he started the screening, but many more have filed in since then.
Anyone who can't make it to downtown Manhattan can watch LaBeouf watch himself online, though the website has been unresponsive since news of the gambit started to break.
A Gothamist reader tweeted out the schedule of the screenings:
LaBeouf is putting on this project, which he's calling #ALLMYMOVIES, with his "art collective" LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner. The other two members of the group are Finnish artist Nastja Säde Rönkkö and British artist Luke Turner. According to their website, the group has previously staged eight other performances, including the memorable #IAMSORRY, in which LaBeouf sat in an LA art gallery with a paper bag over his head.
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