Shia LaBeouf Says He'll Perform 'Real' Sex Scenes in Lars von Trier's New Movie

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When it comes to Shia LaBeouf, nothing is off limits -- including the explicit scenes in his new film, Nymphomaniac.

According to the Lawless actor, he's willing to do whatever controversial director Lars von Trier asks of him, even if it means actually having sex on camera.

"There’s a disclaimer at the top of the script that basically says, we’re all doing it for real," LaBeouf reveals during an interview with MTV. "And everything that is illegal, we’ll shoot in blurred images, but other than that, everything is happening.”

How does he feel about the project?

“[Von Trier] is very dangerous, you know. He’s like the most dangerous dude that I’ve ever showed up for," he says. "I’m terrified. I’m so terrified."

“It’s going to be a wild movie,” he adds, smirking.

Von Trier is already known for pushing boundaries with his 2009's Antichrist, which graphically depicts scenes of sex, masturbation and circumcision.

The famed filmmaker also made headlines when he infamously said that he "sympathize" with Adolf Hitler and professed to being a Nazi during a conference at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

However, LaBeouf isn't without shocking moments of his own.

The actor recently slammed the major studio system, telling The Hollywood Reporter, "[They] give you the money, then get on a plane and come to the set and stick a finger up your a** and chase you around for five months."

LaBeouf, who's starred in blockbusters such as Transformers and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of Crystal Skulls in the past, also went full frontal for Sigur Ros' "Fjogur Piano" music video earlier this year.

What do you think about LaBeouf's comments? Do you think he'll actually have sex on camera? Get in on the conversation, below.



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  • Colin

    Chloë Sevigny got dropped by her agent after performing unsimulated oral sex in The Brown Bunny. I wonder if this movie will cause similar consequences?

  • kpk001

    Yet another little puke who got too much too fast because he was in the right place at the right time and now believes he is as talented and indispensable as his yes sir entourage says he is. A ticking time bomb heading down Lohan Lane.

  • Chico

    Hahahahaha, people have been doing this for decades. It's called porn. Big freakin' deal.

  • dg

    you gotta draw a line in the sand and say I will not cross it. I'm sad for LeBeouff and Von Trier because, under the guise of art, they are taking their craft and views down an immoral slippery slope here. What's next? actual murder on screen because the director wants to be dangerous? This isn't art or performance professionalism at will be basic exhibitionism and (audience)voyeurism...and should not be supported by any of the theatres for viewing. In fact, it shouldn't even be made.

  • Jane

    What kind of actress would be willing to have real sex on camera. What about her husband, or boyfriend knowing that some other man had his d..k in his wife/grilfriend. People will do anything for money. This is one movie that I won't be watching.


    very beautiful.. astonishing gorgeous…