Harrison Ford On Shia Lebouf: " ...He Was A F*cking Idiot.”
Jul 01, 2011 10:15
Looks like Shia Lebouf has bitten off more than he can chew. After dropping the bombshell on his hookup with Megan Fox, Lebouf also claimed to Details magazine that he and director Stephen Speilberg 'dropped the ball' when making 'Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull.' Wrong move.
Harrison Ford has since responded to his comments, and bluntly called his Indiana Jones co-star Shia LaBeouf a "fucking idiot" for publicly criticizing the movie. The iconic actor told Details:
"I think he was a fucking idiot. As an actor, I think it's my obligation to support the film without making a complete ass of myself. Shia is ambitious, attentive, and talented - and he's learning how to deal with a situation which is very unique and difficult."
Can you imagine these two fighting for real? Even though Harrison Ford is as old as f*ck, Shia stands no chance.
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