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LaBeouf Talks Sequels, Acting Challenges w/ Sticks

IGN Movies has had the chance to catch up to Shia LaBeouf at the South By Southwest (SXSW) Festival where he talked about the "Transformers" sequels and acting with a "ball and stick." Mr. LaBeouf reveals that he is signed onto sequels if the studio plans on doing them.

He also talks about the challenges of working with an imaginary figure as opposed to his next movie with David Morse "Disturbia." "There's no way of telling if you and this robot — even after you've gotten your performance down, you've got animators that are going to take the robot and animate it," explains Mr. Labeouf. "So it's a 50/50 play and you don't really know how it's going to turn out."

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