Shia LaBeouf: ‘I Am Retiring From All Public Life’

Shia LaBeouf bananaThe manchild whose career flourished with Transformers and died once he grew his hair out says he is retiring.

After ripping off graphic novelist Daniel Clowes and paying thousands of dollars to write a “creative” apology in the clouds,  Shia LaBeouf is bowing out from the spotlight. At least we hope he is.

“In light of the recent attacks against my artistic integrity, I am retiring from all public life,” LaDouche wrote on Twitter. “My love goes out to those who have supported me.”

How faint would the memory of him ever being famous be if he wasn’t doing things like announcing his retirement, skywriting, and acting like the entire world asked to see his penis and he’s simply obliging us?

Porn Star Retires After Reading ‘The Power Of Now’

Bibi Jones, famous for her Hustler cover and dalliance with Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, made a video announcing her retirement from her job as an adult entertainer.

“It hurts my family a lot, so I’m doing it for them, I’m doing it for me,” she says groggily. “I need to look at the big picture, and everyone knows that porn doesn’t last forever.”

She cites Eckhart Tolle’s Oprah-approved self-help book The Power Of Now as inspiration for her decision.

“It’s just one of those books that you have to read a page or two, and you have to fully let it soak in for awhile to really understand what Eckhart’s telling you.” Then she reads an excerpt (watch the video below).  Continue reading “Porn Star Retires After Reading ‘The Power Of Now’”

Contributing Factors To The Cancellation Of ‘Luck’ And The Three Equine Deaths

You may have heard that the HBO drama Luck, starring Dustin Hoffman, Nick Nolte, Joan Allen and Michael Gambon (Dumbledore) has halted production after the real-life deaths of no less than three horses that were involved with the race and stable scenes.

“It is with heartbreak that executive producers David Milch and Michael Mann together with HBO have decided to cease all future production on the series ‘Luck,'” the network said in a statement.

For fans, there is hope. Mann and Milch expressed interest in furthering the show, “The two of us loved this series, loved the cast, crew and writers. This has been a tremendous collaboration and one that we plan to continue in the future.”  Continue reading “Contributing Factors To The Cancellation Of ‘Luck’ And The Three Equine Deaths”